Civil Treatment® Workplace

Inclusion NOW


In Civil Treatment® Workplace: Inclusion NOW, your organization’s leaders will be equipped with tools to build highly inclusive teams and honor peoples’ differences to maximize results.

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Civil Treatment®

The award-winning training program

Civil Treatment®, ELI’s flagship training program, helps organizations prevent, detect, and correct inappropriate behaviors and build productive, inclusive cultures.

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Explore our delivery options

At ELI we offer three unique delivery options for our training and learning services including instructor-led, virtual instructor-led, and online training.


A proven record of success

See why industry-leading organizations trust ELI to address lost productivity, turnover, and damage caused by incivility.

As a result of the Civil Treatment program, our overall litigation costs have decreased 65% in two years, equating to a 74% reduction in costs per employee.



Building a Diverse, Inclusive Workplace

In this eBook, we’ll explain how your company can avoid discriminatory and unwelcoming behaviors that destroy profits and invite lawsuits.

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ELI’s learning solutions help clients obtain their best results in line with their mission and values. Since 1986, public and private employers have used ELI programs to realize their commitment to building enduing Civil Treatment® Workplaces staffed by diverse, respectful and engaged team members. Together, they do their best work connected by a commitment to their organization’s objectives, guiding principles and standards.

On behalf of all of us here at ELI, we are anguished by the awful events we have seen in Minneapolis and elsewhere and the stain of racial injustice, intolerance and inhumanity that remains embedded in our society and nation in all quarters and levels. It affects and damages all of us carrying special harms, dangers, risks and pain for our African-American friends, neighbors, and coworkers, much of which are borne silently by them unknown or not understood by so many of the rest of us.