Speaker - Consultant - Corporate Trainer

Executive Consultant

Building Organizational Excellence

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Experienced Global Executive Consultant


Craig B. Clayton, Sr. is an experienced international consultant who has worked with CEO's, Corporate Boards, Executive Teams and Organizational leaders to improve corporate culture, build productive inclusive teams.  

His focus is on building the top-line (revenue growth) reducing the bottom line (cost reduction) and leveraging the pipe-line (recruiting, retention and talent management.)  

He  has been the Director & Diversity Strategist with the University of Houston's International Institute for Diversity & Cross Cultural Management since 1999.  He is also the CEO & Founder of the Spartacus Group.  His areas of expertise include:
  • Building Respectful Organizational Cultures

  • Working with CEO's & Leadership Teams

  • Develop Strategic 'Best In Class' Approaches

  • Becoming Culturally Competent is a Requirement!  

Highly Sought After International Expert 

Recent Projects Include:

  • World Bank - MEG2003 Gender Equity Certification

  • Global Diversity Summits: Central & South America

  • Traveled to Over 25 Countries

  • Met with Government Ministers & Executives

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           Experienced Corporate Trainer


Craig has conducted training workshops for thousands of employees in numerous countries. He has enhanced competencies for leaders, provided insights about the need for inclusive leadership and demonstrated the importance of teamwork when building respectful workplace cultures.

 

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The Diversity Profit Equation (d/PE) ROI for Diversity
New Article Released in eJournal The Diversity Factor
(Rutgers University)
http://www.diversityfactor.rutgers.edu
A New Way to Build the Business
Case for Diversity Based on the Numbers