We are the world’s first disability owned and led disability leadership development organisation.
The DLI provides leadership programs that consider your disability as an asset, while surrounded by a supportive community of disability leaders. The DLI promotes our members when they are in the news or appointed to positions. We like to share what disability leaders are up to.
As a fully virtual organisation, we offer membership to disability leaders all over the world. Membership is open to all disabled people everywhere and at all levels.
The DLI also offers Entrepreneurs Membership to disability entrepreneurs. Be part of a supportive community while learning and growing our businesses together.
Check out our online courses and programs.
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Our range of specialist consulting and training is designed to support you to support your emerging and established disability leaders.
DLI Consulting uses only disabled people, across the broad expertise of the DLI membership, to work with your organisation by delivering workshops, specialist coaching, and organisational change management.
The DLI also supports disability led organisations in good management and governance practices. Supporting the success of our disability community, we are here to provide discreet support and advice on ways forward for your organisation.
The DLI is home to the National Register of Disability Leaders – share your opportunities with disability leaders to find the leader you are looking for.
C Moore (they/them) is a human rights advocate living and working in Canberra, Australia. They provide consulting services on diversity and health policy in the disability, LGBTQIA+ and gender spaces. Their services include research, policy writing, submission writing and focus group facilitation.
C is also a public speaker and speaks at conferences and corporate events on diversity in leadership and issues for LGBTQIA+ and disabled people.
Contact C directly to discuss your opportunity!
Providing bespoke consulting services to raise awareness around disability and inclusion, as well as helping businesses remove invisible barriers to ensure consumers have a holistically accessible experience.
I have experience providing awareness training, facilitating discussions, setting up support networks and engaging with people at all levels to challenge stereotypes and think more broadly about what inclusion might look like in your organisation.
At BONROS, they strive for better outcomes, bona fide integration, and meaningful opportunities for professional development. As consultants, advocates, speakers and contributors at executive and Board levels, BONROS demonstrates the potential for corporate and economic growth within every organisation – both locally and nationally