No matter what the driving force behind your diversity and inclusion activity, what’s important is that you are consistent, authentic and confident.
It’s only by diving head first into exploring diversity and the benefits that an inclusive culture can offer that you can communicate the topic meaningfully. That’s something we can help you do effectively, with sincerity and warmth.
We can help you answer questions like:
Many organisations are reaching new levels of maturity when it comes to communicating their diversity and inclusion (D&I) programmes.
By celebrating how people are different and encouraging everyone to be more open and accepting, they are aiming to remove the barriers that previously held people back. In doing so, they hope to enable everyone to perform at their best, unlocking new levels of creativity and productivity in their businesses. But research shows that this isn't necessarily happening.
So, we asked ourselves why D&I programmes might not be delivering the outcomes they are supposed to. In this guide, we explore an idea – based on a psychological model – that could explain why.