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The Cohort Model™

Enneagram of Bias Anti-Racism & Leadership Training


Our cohort-based training and development initiatives serve individual leaders or whole teams from small businesses, nonprofits, and startups of up to 20 people who would not otherwise be able to afford end-to-end DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) and Inclusive Design services.

Using a human-centered, trauma-informed, and research-backed framework, LTHJ Global will lead a handful of chosen leaders and whole organizations through a 6-month individualized group experience like none other.

You’ll join your fellow cohort members in our proprietary Enneagram of Bias Anti-Racism and Leadership Training™ and continue with a guided program which includes:

  • Organizational measurement and analysis of DEI practices in place… that addresses root cause conflicts & solutions
  • Diverse hiring and recruitment… that’s finally NOT about tokenism
  • Genuine team and culture building… that lets you bring your real self to work, even through a screen
  • Revolutionary leadership training and development… that we put into practice together right away

These seasonal cohorts are the best opportunity to experience top-tier DEI training & consulting at a price you or your team can afford.

Cohort sessions are currently scheduled for the first Friday of each month @ 2 pm Pacific / 5 pm Eastern. Registration is limited to 5 organizations.

🧐 Interested? If you sign up for our free public Meet & Greet, or book a private Discovery Call by September 14th, your team will get a 10% limited time discount!


👋🏾 Join our group workshop on Wednesday, Sept. 22nd to get your questions answered!


⬇ Schedule a 1-on-1 discovery call with us! ⬇

Don’t worry, it’s free… and fun 😉

Who Should Participate

This Cohort could be the right choice for you if:

1) Your budget for DEI organizational development & action is less than you’d like it to be
2) You’re in a small- to mid-sized organization
3) You are looking for more than a one-off workshop

4) Your leadership (and business) style lights up from learning & receiving support from other leaders working on the same problems and opportunities

The upcoming October 2021 cohort is for leaders who are ready to do the work they’ve been talking about. Harnessing the challenge and safety of community, we’ll learn how to turn anti-racism and DEI training into actionable insights and inclusive systems.

Need to hear more? Let’s chat!

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What's Included

Month 1 [October ’21]:

  • Enneagram Of Bias Training (learn more 👇)
  • 1-on-1 Executive Coaching
  • Cohort Session: Welcome!


Month 2 [November ’21]:

  • Enneagram Of Bias Training [cont.]
  • 1-on-1 Executive Coaching
  • Cohort Session: Rolling Out Your Organizational DEI Survey 


Month 3 [December ’21]:

  • 1-on-1 Executive Coaching
  • Cohort Session: Organizational Survey Analysis, Reporting, and Insights

Month 4 [January ’22]

  • 1-on-1 Executive Coaching
  • Organizational Design – Focus on the 5 Main Systems
  • Cohort Session: Inclusive Organizational Design Deep-Dive #1


Month 5 [February ’22]

  • 1-on-1 Executive Coaching
  • Organizational Development – Development of Training Pathways
  • Cohort Session: Inclusive Organizational Design Deep-Dive #2

Month 6 [March ’22]

  • 1-on-1 Executive Coaching 
  • Organizational Development – Create Individual DEI Strategy & KPIs
  • Cohort Session: Inclusive Organizational Design Deep-Dive #3
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The Enneagram of Bias Model™

The Enneagram of Bias Model™ reveals our personal barriers to taking action on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at work and throughout life, based on our individual Enneagram type.

The Enneagram is an ancient typing practice that has long been used by individuals, organizations, leaders and practitioners to harness the best skills of each individual within the group and promote understanding of biases that limit excellence.

LTHJ Global founder Lindsey T. H. Jackson was the first to connect the Enneagram to the work of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Action. The resulting framework has enabled people to identify their individual and collective blocks to genuinely embracing a culture willingness to learn and implement DEI initiatives.

“Ennea” meaning nine, and “gram” meaning picture, the Enneagram points to nine different emotional intelligences. Unlike other well-known typing structures, the purpose of working with the Enneagram is to better understand not just what we do, but why we do it — and where we’re open to change.

Empowered with this information, individuals and organizations are ultimately able to free themselves from their “type”, in order to make better decisions that align with personal and organizational goals.

Super curious? You can learn more about the Enneagram of Bias Model™ here.

Still have questions about the cohort?