A transformational Diversity and Inclusion learning experience is an art, not a science. Science with all its theories, metrics and data is an important component, but not the be all end all. CMFC programs have three objectives: activate critical thinking, expand awareness, and initiate growth. All in the spirit of working better together, seeing talent in all of its forms and maintaining a competitive edge among your peers.
Using interactive theater methodology as a foundation, the CMFC Team creates opportunities to enhance awareness, strengthen empathy and improve collegiality across difference. As diversity continues to evolve, the ways in which organizations leverage difference and create inclusion will have to continue to evolve as well.
Too many factors and variables demand a dynamic and granular approach to learning experiences about diversity and inclusion, in order for them to be beneficial. Drawing from over 15 years of experience of workshop design, facilitation, as well as the performing arts, the CMFC Team understands what it takes for D&I trainings to be effective and have lasting impact.
Christian Felix is an executive and leadership development coach who specializes in diversity, equity and inclusion. Christian has worked around the world, across a wide variety of industries including Media, Legal, Finance, Technology, Manufacturing, Big Pharma, Advertising, Professional sports leagues and some of the top business schools around the county.
With 15+ years’ experience and a specialist in implicit bias, his approach utilizes interactive programs to activate awareness and produce inclusive outcomes. He has led companies through crucial conversations about race and ethnicity, gender, language and culture, LGBTQ+, socio-economic inequity, mental health and neurodiversity.
Whether conducting research, designing content or facilitating programs, Christian is focused on strengthening cultures, supporting company values, and enhancing inclusion within organizations. Christian received a BA in English and Theater from Dartmouth College. He is originally from Chicago and now resides in New York City.