Disrupting the narrative
of disability to cultivate
an empathetic and
Ready or Not Media, led by Lori Frisher, is a company dedicated to disrupting traditional narratives of disability and promoting equality, and empathy. We push boundaries and revolutionize the way disability is perceived by showing leaders what disability confidence looks like. We help foster a culture of success, creating positive change and breaking down barriers in both the workforce and communities.
Ready or Not Media offers corporate executives and management teams a tactical approach to leadership, combined with empathy, personal storytelling, and innovation, empowering them to become role models of inclusive leadership and cultivate a sense of belonging among all employees.
People with Disabilities
Global Purchasing Power
1 in 7 People
Of The Global Population
Ready or Not! Media offers companies a direct pathway to engage and support a large, yet often overlooked, workforce of individuals with disabilities. We provide the tools and strategies to connect, impact, and capitalize on programs that tap into this vast market.
We offer experiential and immersive sensibility training along with invigorating, tailored events for company leaders and staff. led Our disability experts and business specialists, to advance the conversations around empathy and access.
Lori Frisher is a disruptor. Born with severe hearing loss, but gifted new experiences through technology, she now wears two cochlear implants. She is revolutionizing the conversation surrounding disability, by showing what disability confidence looks like.
Lori changes the narrative of disability with a tactical leadership approach and unmatched empathy delivered through her immersive speaking engagements.
Ready or Not! Media enhances corporate culture and business outcomes through strategic consulting. We demonstrate how to become role models of inclusive leadership, where employees, customers, vendors, and stakeholders feel like they are included.
Proactive strategies to engage the buying power of 1.8 billion people with disabilities.
* Empathy, or the ability [for a business] to understand and share the feelings of [its customer], is an important (yet overlooked) business superpower. In 2013, a prominent market research firm found emotionally engaged customers to have a 306% greater lifetime value (ROI), over those who are not emotionally engaged.