We're dedicated to building inclusive workplaces where the best people will want to work, and can thrive.

Driven by data, we use behavioural analytics to tailor effective D&I strategies that can scale globally and across the talent life-cycle.

The MESH Diversity Intelligence™ approach empowers organizations with the roadmap and tools to bring D&I into their business DNA.

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We have 3 ways to MESH your D&I needs with your business goals. Not sure where to start? Get in touch with our team and we will help guide you.

Diversity Intelligence™
Digital Platform

  • Our rich interactive platform allows your organization to extract accurate and appropriate metrics to improve your culture.
  • Recognize baseline inclusion scores, identify clusters of strength and growth opportunities in your D&I strategy.
  • PLUG your existing systems in and extract metrics to curate powerful inclusivity intel.
  • Build a supportive work environment leveraging existing power dynamics.

Train the Trainer

  • Empowers your D&I professional with a fresh, six module curriculum tailored to your organization.
  • Delivers powerful relevant training, easily accessible and supported.
  • Trained by Dr. Leeno Karumanchery through both in-person exercises and our digital platform combining over 25 years of D&I expertise.

Leadership Training

  • Interactive and engaging training, coaching and keynotes designed for leadership, executive and professional development.
  • Implements a D&I strategy that enhances your current organizational model without disruption.
  • Empowers Leadership with the knowledge, impetus, skills and data to drive productive and sustainable D&I programs.

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Forbes Human Resources Council

12 Ways to Help Remote Workers Feel Included in Company Culture.

MESH/diversity is happy to announce that our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery is featured on the Forbes Human Resources Council in the recent Forbes article, “12 Ways to Help Remote Workers Feel Included in Company Culture.”...
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Coming Up

Place card for Voices of Change event
FACL Ontario Annual Conference and Gala

Taking place on February 8, 2020, our own Naveen Mehta will be speaking at the FACL Ontario 13th Annual Conference and Gala. Naveen will be speaking on the panel “Voices of Change: How to be an Ally to Racialized Women in Law” discussing the barriers racialized women face and how they can make their voices heard.

MESH/diversity empowers D&I professionals with the strategic support, tools, metrics and data needed to drive the success across their organizations.

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