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Nick 'LuvServed' Daily

A Life Motto. Applied.

LuvServedDaily Consulting is a consulting firm that provides training, workshops, coaching, leadership, assessment, and evaluation services for colleges, corporations, community organizations, churches, and more. LuvServedDaily is the consistent pursuit of happiness for self and others. We operate with the belief that love is at the core and that elevating the dignity and humanity of all is essential to the work that we do. We are a collective of individuals highly skilled in organizational change management, anti-racist and equity-minded leadership, and DEI capacity building.

Throughout life and career, Nick Daily, Founder & CEO, carries this philosophy throughout the style and content of the diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging workshops and training we provide to organizations throughout the country.

 
 

Custom Virtual and   In-person Workshops

People in all organizations today have needs as diverse as their individual and social identities. Between adjusting to contemporary language and upholding organizational values, the last thing community members need is to experience marginalization, aggressions, and dehumanization. Our diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging consultation and training work to restore the humanity of all through authentic engagement, intentional personal reflection, skill development, and action planning. 


Workshops prioritize participant engagement and contributions. After a combination of activities, prompts, and discussions, each workshop is then assessed to determine participant growth and workshop effectiveness. Below are two of the most requested workshops from LuvServedDaily. Have different learning outcomes or topics in mind? No problem!

Introductory Level Sessions

Most Requested

The Bystander Imperative Series

"The Joy of Considering What Can Be..."

College Student Orientation

  • ​Living our Values of Social Justice

  • Multiple Dimensions of Self and Community​

Training General Trainings

  • Our Roles as Allies, Advocates, and/or Activists

  • Stereotype Threat, Imposter Syndrome, and Class Privilege & Oppression

  • Not Getting It: Building, Practicing and Fostering Vulnerability

College Cultural Center Student Staff

  • Inclusion in Social Justice Communities

  • Anti-Blackness in the AAPI Community

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Professional Development

Divisional, Organizational, and Cabinet 

  • Identifying and Dismantling White Supremacy Culture In Leadership

  • Creating Inclusive Communities in the Workplace

Staff and Faculty Trainings​

  • Social Justice and Burnout

  • Trans Inclusion in the Classroom

  • Black Student Inclusion in the Classroom

  • Creating Equitable and Anti-Racist Classrooms

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Nick led a great discussion in our queer seminar. Nick's emphasis on helping students preserve their spirit and optimism was most welcome. Nick's workshop in our community meeting was really terrific, especially since folks who rarely say a word participated fully.

Daniel - English Faculty Member at a small private institution

(Nick provided a) wonderful, thought provoking and action provoking training. Nick took the time to deliver the workshop with such intelligence, grace, humor and conviction - so that we could all engage in the material and learn.

Robin - Training Director at a small private institution

Nick’s visit included three tailored engagements to fit our campus climate developed through pre-visit needs assessment. Nick’s approach is refreshingly honest, vulnerable, inviting, and funny. I wouldn’t hesitate to bring Nick back to campus to help guide us in deepening our commitment to equity and inclusion!

Katie - Associate Director of Multicultural Affairs at a mid-sized public institution

"This was the best workshop I've been to all year. Nick is a really talented facilitator, and I am definitely going to look at hiring them for future workshops." 

"The Bystander Imperative: Moving Beyond Midwest Nice was a really engaging, personal, and informative experience. I definitely wish that we could have hosted him in person!"

Anonymous Participants

"Nick's workshop was an incredible learning opportunity. They made me feel seen, heard, and appreciated. I would absolutely attend another workshop led by Nick Daily!" 

"Before the training, I was a little nervous about sharing with the group, but he made everyone feel very comfortable, and was really engaging to listen to. I enjoyed all the interactive activities!"

Anonymous Participants