Be Inclusive: A DEI Card Game Better Conversations, Better Culture
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HOUSTON - Txylo -- Line 25 Consulting is an inclusive marketing firm that has created a facilitation deck tackling diversity in a creative way.

Be Inclusive: A DEI Card Game is a facilitation deck to help improve communication and engagement by building trust, empathy, and people skills. Be Inclusive comes has two decks with 50 prompts, Company Culture and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI).

The primary objective of the Be Inclusive cards is to help:
  • provide structure on sensitive topics such as diversity and organizational structure.
  • enhance communication and develop trust and empathy among employees.
  • work through blindspots and biases with creative thinking that leads to healthier employee engagement.

Be Inclusive Company Culture Deck is centered around organizational structure exploring values, goals, purpose, and identity among employees.

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Be Inclusive DEI Deck promotes the understanding of diversity, belonging, cultural awareness, and allyship.

Overall, Be Inclusive is a great team-building activity; in addition to icebreakers or strategy sessions. This encourages teams to collaborate, improve communication, enhance problem-solving and creative thinking.

Be Inclusive Cards may be purchased separately, as a bundle, or you can hire a facilitator. For more information visit Be Inclusive products.

About Line 25 Consulting

Line 25 Consulting is led by Michelle Ngome, an award-winning inclusive marketing consultant. L25C helps organizations how to develop more diverse and inclusive marketing strategies through auditing, consulting, and training. Michelle has presented to AIG, Ad Age, and Content Marketing World, as well as been featured in numerous publications including LinkedIn Ad Blog, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes.

Contact
Michelle Ngome
ngome@line25consulting.com
7132985851


Source: Line 25 Consulting
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