5 ways to change your DE&I culture and start making a genuine difference
A guide to how you can build a DE&I culture to support your bottom line.
It’s a complex, constantly changing and emotive landscape: diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I). This makes it difficult for leaders to remain on top of everything. We’re at a time of a great need for an organisational reset. Sally Earnshaw, Managing Director, Culture Change at Gallagher says: “Leaders tell us they are struggling to navigate the complexity of this change and this is sometimes leading to a ‘collective lean-out’ where people with good intent are not engaging with the organisational reset due to lack of clarity”.
Around two-thirds of jobseekers consider workplace diversity an important factor when considering employment opportunities, according to a recent Glassdoor survey, and over half of current employees want their workplace to do more to increase diversity.
Global events such as racial justice movements, gender equality activism, the worldwide campaign for LGBTQIA+ rights and the growing environmental justice movement have driven this shift, according to a report from the World Economic Forum.To access please sign in.