Lean In’s research-backed DEI training programs help companies create inclusive workplace cultures and connect women with the peer support they need to reach their goals.
Women are still not equal at work. We can change that.
Every year our Women in the Workplace report—the largest study on the state of women in corporate America—tells a clear story. Women, and especially women of color, remain significantly underrepresented in senior leadership. The majority of women continue to experience day-to-day bias and microaggressions in their workplaces. And it doesn’t have to be this way. Our data points to simple, concrete steps companies can take to address these inequities head on.
We rely on real-world workplace data to identify barriers holding women back, and we design our training programs to target critical issues that are often overlooked or underestimated.
Easy to implement
We provide free training and step-by-step guides to help you run engaging programs, hold employees accountable, and customize content to meet your needs.
No cost to your team
We believe all companies, regardless of size or budget, should have the tools they need to advance women and create an inclusive workplace.
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Grounded in research
We rely on real-world workplace data to identify barriers holding women back, and we design our programs to target critical issues that are often overlooked or underestimated.
Developed with experts
We partner with respected academic experts and DE&I practitioners to ensure our programming advances proven best practices.
Our programs specifically address the unique barriers facing women of color, LGBTQ women, women with disabilities, and women with other marginalized identities.
Why Lean In?
Hear what companies have to say
“The Allyship at Work Program is a natural ‘next step’ for companies truly committed to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion within their organization.”
“When I introduced the 50 Ways to Fight Bias program to my sales team, I was blown away by the level of engagement and the quality of conversations from all levels within the department.”
“My Circle is a space where I can be proud of my accomplishments without coming across as bragging, [and] I can also talk about my kids, all at the same time. You have a unique space that doesn’t exist anywhere else . . . You can be fully you,”
We’ve helped thousands of companies create workplaces where everyone is empowered and supported.
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Women in the Workplace 2021
Lean In’s 2021 Women in the Workplace report finds women—and especially women of color—are having a worse experience and burning out at higher rates than men. Despite the stress and exhaustion, women are stepping up as the leaders this moment needs, but companies risk losing them if they don't take bold diversity, equity, and inclusion action. Read the full report to learn about the challenges women are facing and the steps companies need to take to help.'