Organizational Development serves as Visceral Change's calling card and, thus, we require a long-term commitment from our organizational partners. It is our commitment to diversity and inclusion that guarantees you effective and transformative results through our Multicultural organizational Development model.
Visceral Change is founded on the belief that social justice intersects with all that we do. We aim to deliver basic principles and education around the Core Five Components in hopes of participants identifying ways to connect these concepts to their everyday lives - whether it be personally, professionally, academically, or otherwise. To the best of our ability, we will work with you to design a training program that fits the overall goal(s) of your institution or organization.
Visceral Change offers workshops that vary in length. We will work with you to help you select and establish a time frame that best fits the learning outcomes your organization is hoping to achieve. We offer opportunities ranging anywhere from one hour presentations to day long training sessions.
Visceral Change conducts workshops and seminars at your location of choice (workplace, institution, etc...) making all materials and workshop accessible to your needs.
Grounded in Theory and Research
All Visceral Change workshops and seminars are original works, derivative of empirical research and grounded in academic theory. Pulling from disciplines such as Higher Education, Feminist Studies, Critical Race Theory, Legal Scholarship, Africana Studies, Sociology, etc....
Safe and Brave Spaces
Vulnerability and transparency sit at the root of your learning. At Visceral Change, we aim to provide alternative perspectives to organizations and institutions who are seeking growth and development opportunities. We do this through creating symbiotic learning environments.
At Visceral Change, we will work with you to make our trainings and workshops as feasible as possible. Please fill out the contact form below to receive more information on pricing. Sliding scale fees are available for organizations with substantial financial challenges or a limited budget. Sliding scale fees will be considered on a case by case basis.