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Puzzles: Engaging Adult Learners

May 17, 2019 – 10:27 am | Comments Off12 views

At DiversityCLUES, we utilize creativity and challenge conventional adult-learning methods not only in the curriculum design. We experiment with learning tools for training participants. Crossword puzzles are proven to be simple and creative tools to activate learning and increase engagement …

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Diversity News

Latest news weekly headlines on diversity in Canada about the many obstacles to equal opportunity in education, business, and culture.


IMHO or In My Humble Opinion is a blog where Olga Shcherbyna shares her thoughts and ideas about what she sees, reads and feels.

Diversity Events

Here you will find local and international PD learning opportunities: intercultural communication, fair hiring practices and inclusive workforce.

Our Research

In this section you will find samples of research papers, both opinion and academic studies and other materials peppered by our professionals.

Our Projects

This section covers our projects, which should give you an idea of how we use different communications tools, solutions, and the results that they bring.

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Knowledge Transfer Tools : Quick Studies

April 30, 2019 – 6:17 pm | Comments Off15 views

Diversity CLUES Consulting produces quick studies on a variety of topics. From key facts about Local Immigration Partnerships to key dates in the history of Corporate Social Responsibility, we believe that well-organized ‘quick studies’ and graphically-engaging infographics greatly improve readers’ understanding of comprehensive topics .


Over 66% of population are visual learners; meaning that they best remember information presented through visual illustration. Additionally, knowledge transfer tools, such as ‘brief summary’ or plain language synopsis that provides key facts or findings have proven to enhance readability of the content and engage ‘non-specialist audience’.

Quick studies produced by Diversity CLUES Consulting aim to make our research and learning more accessible to broader audience. We believe in the power of knowledge translation and knowledge mobilization and invite you to learn with us.

Quick Study 1: CSR – History At-A-Glance










Quick Study 2: Social Purpose 4 Businesses



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Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach

April 6, 2018 – 11:07 am | Comments Off0 views

Olga Shcherbyna, along with Nora Angeles and John Foster, co-authored a chapter in a new Canadian planning textbook which brings together a collection of essays and studies covering a wide array of planning topics. Edited by Ren Thomas, the textbook includes a range of practice and research based cases in eight areas: community and social planning, urban form and public health, natural resource management, housing, participatory processes, urban design, urban redevelopment, and transportation and infrastructure planning. They include examples from urban, rural, and Aboriginal communities across the country.

Planning Canada: A Case Study Approach is intended to introduce undergraduate students in planning, geography, and urban studies to the planning discipline in Canada, but the case studies offer enough depth to be used in graduate courses as well.

Chapter 2.1: Promising Practices in Social Plan Development and Implementation: Applying Lessons Learned from Canadian Urban Municipalities in the City of Richmond, British Columbia 51 John Foster, Olga Shcherbyna, and Leonora Angeles

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Creating a Diverse & Inclusive workplace

May 2, 2019 – 9:04 pm | Comments Off35 views

Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace can be difficult to navigate. This course will help professionals in the workplace to understand how to support your team with creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. Topics that are covered are: What is Diversity?, What is Inclusivity?, What is equity? How to bring Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity in the workplace?.

Drew Fockler, M.Ed, EdD (candidate) is the Founder of Corporate Trainers. Drew has over 12 years of experience working within the private and public sector and conducting regular in-house training workshops on diversity and inclusion as well as receiving an award for his contributions to the LGBT community.

  • Nov 25, 2019 8:30 AM – 4 PM
  • Victoria BC

Email: Customersupport@corporatetrainers.ca | Toll-free 1-833-793-7229

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The Importance of Culture, Diversity, and Inclusion in the Workplace

April 25, 2019 – 8:39 pm | Comments Off19 views

In the midst of social movements around equity, diversity, and inclusion, we find ourselves asking how important it is for us to be diverse and inclusive at work and what that really means for organizations. …

SFU Public Square presents 2018 Community Summit – Brave New Work

February 24, 2018 – 9:35 am | 730 views

The 2018 Community Summit, Brave New Work, invites us to consider how we can all thrive in the changing world of work.
Technological growth is happening at an unprecedented rate and scale, and it is fundamentally …


February 14, 2018 – 7:19 am | 601 views

Listen. Learn. Vote.
Experts dispute the future of our region. You decide.
Teams of experts argue competing visions for solving Metro Vancouver’s biggest challenges. Audience members vote before and after each debate, a prize awarded to the …

Art, Science & Spirituality: An integrated, holistic approach to diversity and social change.

March 17, 2015 – 5:29 am | 1,847 views

About: “Diversity and social change efforts are essentially, well … about change. And those that take on this work are often passionate committed people who give 110% of themselves to the cause. …

Newcomers to Canada Employment Dialogue by SFU-TD Engagement Centre

February 28, 2015 – 8:28 am | 2,381 views

The Dialogue will be held on March 24th from 5:30pm – 7:30pm at SFU Surrey. City staff from Parks and Rec and Human Resources Department will present at the event. Additionally, members of the …