Iceberg Cultures of Inclusion


To create a culture of inclusion that enable us to leverage diversity requires a systemic approach. 


  • Business case for your industry and organization
  • Strategy, objectives and action plan to create an inclusive culture
  • Plan to involve, empower and hold leaders accountable
  • Formation of diversity committees and networks
  • Diagnosis of current status, indicators and metric to measure progress
  • Diversity, equity and inclusion communication plan



All our actions are thought based on global standards of diversity, equity and inclusion.


Shirley Saenz, partner and director of Iceberg Cultures of Inclusion, is one of +100 expert panelists of this research worldwide.




KPMG Colombia needed to launch its inclusion and diversity committee in order to have a structure to generate and carry out an action plan to promote a culture of inclusion by integrating regional offices in the process. We designed and facilitated a kick off session for the committee, made up of executives/directors of the firm, in which the attendees understood what the creation of a culture of inclusion implies, what was expected of them and what their role would be, and how to ensure the sustainability of the committee.




Ternium needed to develop a supportive argument for why to work in inclusion and diversity in an integrated and strategic way in the organization. (necesitaba construir un argumento y justificativo del por qué trabajar en inclusión y diversidad de manera integrada y estratégica en la organización.) We have analysed their organizational targets, business priorities, and purpose. In this manner, we have found that the key reasons why working on inclusion and diversity is essential for Ternium have to do with maximizing its ability to innovate, its commitment to a sustainable future, and the strengthening of a culture of industrial safety.


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