LCW's On-Demand eLearning Courseware

LCW has taken its highly successful experiential learning model and applied it to our new, interactive e-learning format, transferring 20 years of insights and best practices into our e-learning programs. Developmental learning is fostered using relevant videos and case studies that illustrate common workplace scenarios and check lists and assessments that help learners set goals for self-improvement.

LCW’s new e-learning programs offer an interactive, self-paced learning environment that can be available 24-7. Programs are customizable to your organization’s specific needs and can be hosted on your LMS or intranet. 

Got 8 minutes? Check out LCW's free "Cultural Iceberg" eLearning module for a demonstration of our capabilities! 

For a demo of any module listed below or for further information about how our library can be customized, please contact us. 

Let us help you choose the optimal mix of course delivery between face-to-face and e-learning, and then drive behavior with microlearning and tools such as videos, mobile-ready job aids, and resource guides.


Introduction to Managing Unconscious Bias

This module introduces the core concept of unconscious bias, including the brain science behind it and the impact it has on everyday decisions and interactions in the workplace. Learn more

Culture & Identity

This module introduces the core concepts of culture and identity and explores the ways they are intertwined into the concept of cultural identity. This course provides the foundation necessary for any long-term learning focused on intercultural competence, diversity, or inclusion. Learn more

Foundations of Diversity & Inclusion

This module presents and explains the business case for why D&I matter to the organization, its employees, and the broader marketplace and sets the foundation for further learning and development in the area of D&I. Learn more

Managing with Intercultural Competence

This module explores key models for intercultural competence and the science behind how unconscious biases can impact managers and their ability to be effective in a diverse environment. Learn more

Practicing Inclusion

This module explores the ways in which our language and our behavior can impact our attempts to be inclusive. Concepts such as microinequities and micro-affirmations are used to help learners understand the complexities and practicalities of truly being inclusive. Learn more

Fostering Collaboration

This module explores a range of issues that affect collaboration in a diverse environment, including ways to understand and manage team conflict through a deeper understanding of cultural trends. Learn more

Evaluating Talent Inclusively

This module helps managers recognize and challenge their unconscious biases while evaluating performance, providing feedback, and judging potential. Learn more

Hiring and Promoting Top Talent

This module explores the hidden biases that can negatively impact an inclusive hiring or promotion process, including how key topics such as “cultural fit”, mentoring and coaching, and key assignments can impact an organization’s diverse pipeline. Learn more

Embedding Inclusion

This module examines how managers can embed inclusion into systems and people processes across the organization, run more inclusive team meetings, and leverage and acknowledge the diversity of their own team. Learn more

Building Better Relationships with African-American Co-Workers and Guests (Restaurant/Hotel version)

Building Better Relationships with African- American Co-Workers and Guests is a sample course (designed specifically for the food and hospitality industry) that equips managers and supervisors with insights into the African-American community and unique aspects of their cultural identity. These insights, in turn, enable them to better manage employees and better serve customers who are African-American. Learn more

From Microinequities to Inclusion

From Microinequities to Inclusion provides an introduction to the concept of microinequities: small, often subtle expressions of bias and exclusion. Participants explore microinequities across national cultures as well as cultures related to gender, ethnicity, language, generations, and sexual orientation, learning how to identify and respond to specific scenarios. Learn more