How to take your inclusion strategy to the next level

How to take your inclusion strategy to the next level

Move beyond basic compliance and implement an effective, impactful diversity and inclusion strategy

Evidence shows that greater diversity is good for employees and good for business. But nearly one in four HR professionals we surveyed said that diversity in their organisation "could be better", with senior-buy in a particular issue. Tune into this webinar to learn how to ensure you're taking inclusion seriously, and acting on it.

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Webinar One hour Employee engagement Employment law

It's been decades since the UK introduced equality legislation but many organisations have failed to move beyond basic compliance with the law despite the clear evidence that greater diversity is good for employees and good for business. As many organisations with an effective approach have found, diverse teams are more representative of customers and bring a range of experiences and viewpoints that foster greater innovation and ultimately boost the bottom line.

Nearly one in four HR professionals we surveyed said that diversity in their organisation "could be better", with senior-buy in a particular issue. So how do you ensure inclusion is taken seriously, and acted on?

In this webinar, in partnership with CIPHR, we examine how to create and implement an effective diversity and inclusion strategy, and how it impacts on other areas of the organisation.

Through this case study, you'll learn:

  • How to move beyond a focus on compliance with the law
  • Why diversity and inclusion should be embedded in the DNA of your organisation
  • Why diversity initiatives fail without a focus on inclusion
  • The broader benefits of an effective approach to diversity and inclusion
  • How to tackle the challenges of a more diverse workforce

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Cathryn Newbery Cathryn Newbery Multi-channel Editor People Management Bio
Danny Kalman Danny Kalman Talent Management Consultant and Executive Coach Bio
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