The Mix approach

You know your people. We know DEI. That’s why collaboration is key.

Mix has been trusted to design and deliver DEI training for some of the best-known brands in the world.

We don’t tell you that to brag, but so that you can be confident we know what works and doesn’t work when it comes to DEI learning. We bring you fresh ideas and measurable results to support your inclusion and belonging aspirations.

Each learner is diverse and your organisation, unique. That’s why we spend time understanding your culture and establishing what you want your people to know, feel and do as a result of their learning experience. This is particularly important with a topic like DEI, which can be emotive, but can also leave people unsure of what to ‘do’ on a day-to-day basis to be more inclusive.

We’re not interested in simple knowledge transfer. Nor are you. Together, we’re inspiring behaviour change.

What you’ll get


Solutions for real situations.

Need an onboarding eLearning on your organisation’s values? What about bite-size learning on how to manage an employee’s paternity leave? Or an intervention for casual sexism? Want to upskill your managers in inclusive hiring? We provide solutions to real D&I situations you’re facing and we love a challenge!


We regularly translate our bespoke eLearning in to as many as 36 languages. And because we are a DEI consultancy, we ensure ‘cultural translation’ too, so that your training lands well around the globe.

Flexible formats.

From bite-sized videos to full-length courses. From expert-led video content for senior leaders, to short animations for all staff. We’ll find the right format for your people. We also put accessibility at the heart of how we design learning.

Premium online learning options.

Our online learning platform MixLEARN packs decades of DEI consultancy experience into off-the-shelf, premium learning content that gives you access to the DEI information and tools you need, on-demand. Find out more.

We cannot thank you enough for a terrific session. I’ve been stopped by numerous people who mentioned how worthwhile they found it.
John Carroll
Site Head
“One senior executive said the Inclusive Recruitment module was the best he’s ever taken! These are having a tremendous impact.”
Director, Textron
"I just wanted to say thank you for an excellent training session. It was really engaging and you naturally captured the attention of everyone in the room! Feedback has been really great and there is a lot of follow up action happening already with our leadership team."
Rebekah Holbrook
Head of Human Resources

Some of our most popular DEI Training

Other training

If it’s DEI – we have a solution for you

  • Prevention of Sexual Harassment
  • Anti-Racism & Inclusion In the Workplace
  • Disability Awareness in the Workplace
  • Neurodiversity and neuro-inclusive workplaces
  • Finding Your Voice – Speaking Confidently
  • Respect at work
  • The Equality Act & Protected Characteristics
  • Fostering Belonging in the Workplace
  • Inclusive Recruitment Practices
  • LGBTQ+ Inclusion in the Workplace
  • Allyship
  • Bullying & Harassment
  • Cross-Cultural Leadership
  • Gen X, Y & Z leadership
  • Inclusive Leadership
  • Leading Quiet People
  • Unconscious Bias
  • Women’s Development
  • Women in Leadership


Tell us what you need

Drive behaviour change and meet your DEI goals with training designed and delivered by experts


of learners would recommend Mix training to a colleague


the number of languages our e-learning has been translated into


of learners felt "very confident" or "confident" to be actively inclusive after Mix training, compared with just 34% before the training

Frequently Asked Questions

We’ll tailor the training to your organisation’s needs, but a typical DEI training program may include:

  • Understanding the concepts of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  • Recognising and addressing unconscious bias.
  • Building cultural competency and awareness.
  • Developing inclusive leadership skills.
  • Promoting equitable hiring, promotion, and compensation practices.
  • Fostering an inclusive workplace culture.
  • Understanding the impact of microaggressions and how to address them.
  • Strategies for creating and sustaining Employee Resource Groups (ERGs).

We deliver DEI training through various formats, including in-person DEI workshops, virtual sessions, webinars, cross-company training and MixLEARN – our premium, off-the shelf online learning solution. We can customise every aspect of training to meet your organisation’s precise needs and where you are on your DEI journey. Contact us to find out more. 

DEI training is beneficial for all employees within an organisation, from entry-level staff to senior executives. Mix recommends a tiered approach, starting with leadership and management teams to ensure top-down commitment and support. Following this, training can be rolled out to all employees, with specialised sessions for HR personnel, hiring managers, and other key stakeholders. This comprehensive approach ensures that everyone in the organisation understands and contributes to DEI goals.

The duration of DEI training can vary depending on several factors, including the depth and breadth of the content, the format of delivery, and the specific needs of you organisation. Typically, DEI training sessions can range from a few hours to multiple days. Here’s a breakdown:

Short Workshops or Seminars: These sessions typically last anywhere from 1 to 4 hours and cover introductory topics such as understanding unconscious bias, fostering inclusive communication, or promoting diversity awareness. Short workshops are ideal for introducing employees to basic DEI concepts and sparking initial conversations.

Half-Day or Full-Day Training: DEI training sessions that span half a day to a full day allow for a deeper dive into a broader range of topics. These sessions may include interactive exercises, case studies, and group discussions to explore issues such as privilege, systemic biases, and creating inclusive workplace cultures.

Multi-Day Workshops or Retreats: For organisations looking for more intensive and immersive DEI training experiences, multi-day workshops or retreats may be conducted. These programs typically span 2 to 5 days and offer comprehensive training on topics such as inclusive leadership, cultural competency, and equity-centered practices. Multi-day workshops provide participants with ample time for reflection, skill-building, and action planning.

Ongoing or Series Training: Some organisations opt for a series of DEI training sessions spread out over weeks or months to allow for sustained learning and development. These sessions may be structured as weekly or bi-weekly meetings covering various DEI topics in-depth, with opportunities for continuous engagement and application of learning.

We’ll always work closely with you to design customised DEI training programs that meet your specific needs, ensuring that the duration and format are optimised for maximum impact and engagement.

Mix will support you in measuring the impact of DEI training through various methods, including pre- and post-training surveys to assess changes in knowledge and attitudes, feedback forms, and focus groups. Additionally, we’ll help you track key metrics such as employee engagement scores, diversity in hiring and promotions, and incidence of reported biases or discrimination cases. We provide ongoing support and follow-up sessions to ensure that the training leads to sustained behavioural changes and measurable improvements in workplace DEI.

DEI training that makes a difference

All of our training can be delivered as in-person workshops, Virtual Classroom or E-Learning. Speak to our team.

Thought leadership

Resources and news on everything DEI

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Is The DEI Backlash A Genuine Concern?

Mix CEO and co-founder Hayley Barnard takes a deep-dive into the ‘DEI backlash’ and asks – why do leading politicians and cultural figures seem to be targeting DEI? And how do we respond?

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Understanding the Models of Disability: The Importance of Reasonable Adjustments

The models of disability help us understand how society defines and talks about disability. There are four main models we will discuss: the medical model, the charity model, the social model, and the celebratory model. Find out more in our quick guide.

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“I Don’t Care Who You Are, I Just Need You To Do Your Job”

DEI consultant and speaker Tom Crawford explains why not caring who your employees are is a problem for leaders. And how understanding employee motivations, self-awareness and role-modelling makes for a more inclusive workplace.

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