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Build out comprehensive tools to help make internal trainings and initiatives more impactful and sustainable. 

Many Hands Make Lighter Work.

When organizations conclude their data analysis and planning phase, they often pinpoint specific needs within their workplace, necessitating the development of concrete policies, resources, and tools. These needs can vary, from addressing department-specific challenges to crafting comprehensive onboarding initiatives. For clients with lean HR or DEI departments tasked with managing these projects alongside their regular responsibilities, our team offers invaluable support. We provide not only the necessary expertise but also the manpower to assist with instructional design, template creation, and the establishment of accountability metrics. This ensures your projects not only get off the ground but also evolve seamlessly, leaving you with tangible and impactful outcomes.

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Liz Salomon

Director of Programs, Primary Care Progress

 "Having a clear mind and clear space allows you to think and act with purpose."


What this Looks Like in Practice

One of the most challenging things we can do is turn learning into long-term sustainable change. We are focused on making sure the work can continue long beyond our contract with an organization. One of the biggest challenges is that not all parts of our organizations need the same kind of support and intervention. 


Example: Single Branch Support

Perhaps one department or branch of the organization is acutely affected by turnover or toxic culture. We can help you address immediate needs in effective ways.


Example: Management Gaps

What if you've realized that some of your managers are all struggling with discipline around microaggressions? We can provide targeted training and support to make sure your managers have all the tools and skills needed to lead their teams. 


Example: Pilot Programming

Say your organization is debating a new hiring and onboarding policy and procedure. We can help you design the launch, custom-branded materials, and evaluation of a new program to try out before wide-scale adoption. 

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Concrete Deliverables

Internal initiatives frequently demand tangible materials and products, spanning from training modules to standardized operating procedures (SOPs). At Integrative Inquiry, we empower you to develop top-tier, tailored templates that cater to your diverse organizational requirements. Our expertise extends to crafting the essential tools necessary for the seamless execution of large-scale projects.

Moreover, we offer comprehensive Train-the-Trainer programs, ensuring your team is not only equipped to create but also proficient in delivering internal workshops on these critical subjects. This strategic approach ensures that your organization retains the capacity to drive DEI efforts forward autonomously, even after our partnership concludes.


I'd say the experience was absolutely inspiring. From one professional to another, I felt absolutely inspired, equipped to move forward with my own vision of what I wanted to see produced in this program."

Alisha Elliot

Program Director

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Aurora, CO

We work within a variety of design software and learning management systems (LMS) for larger scale educational projects, and we can design custom templates, modules, and course syllabi, and can use our own expertise or partner with subject matter experts (SMEs) to create content specific to your needs.   

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Understanding Equity Resource Toolkit
Primary Care Progress

This toolkit was developed by Int Inq in 2018 to provide additional resources for participants in PCP's leadership program. 

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Courageous Dialogue Session Outline
Maine Boys to Men

This session outline was for a training program delivered in 2020. 

“I always begin with a quick explanation of what dialogue is and isn't. It isn't saying 'everyone is equally right' and it isn't debate or argument. It is a chance to hear one another out and seek to build understanding while acknowledging that we still want to change each other's minds."


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