Creating workplaces  

that work for all

Candour works with leading organizations to develop strategies that create diverse teams, inclusive cultures, and promote equity and access for all.
 
It's the right thing to do.
And it's also good for growth and innovation.

66%

Of companies do not have gender-balanced leadership teams. 

20%

Of organizations do not have a single woman in a leadership role.

15%

Gender diverse companies are 15% more likely to financially outperform their peers.

35%

Companies with racial diversity are 35% more likely to outperform their peers.
"Organizations, leaders, teams, and communities all benefit when everyone has a seat at the table.
Let’s make it happen together."
 
- Ruchika Tulshyan
Founder and CEO
Candour
Inclusion on Purpose
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“By centering women of color, workplaces can begin to tangibly accomplish meaningful inclusion for all. Luckily for us, Tulshyan has written this guidebook to help us get started. “
—Ms.

Tulshyan explores how leaders and organizations can meaningfully foster diversity, equity and inclusion by taking action to address and prevent workplace bias, while centering on the workplace experience of women of color, who are subject to both gender and racial bias.”
—Publishers Weekly

“Ruchika Tulshyan, CEO of consulting firm Candour, debunks a number of recent workplace self-help theories (like “leaning in” or establishing a “level playing field” or hiring someone because they fit within the preexisting office culture), while offering a guide to dismantling workplace bias, with a focus on the experience of women of color, who are subject to both gender and racial biases.”
—Fortune

 
Hear Ruchika Speak
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In the Press
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