What we do

Understanding why diversity and inclusion are important doesn’t mean it’s easy to alter the structures which prevent inclusive environments, which is why for many organisations it falls into the ‘too hard pile’. But with the advent of Gender Pay Gap reporting and campaigns like #MeToo and #TimesUp, businesses can no longer afford to leave inclusion on this pile – and that’s where we can help, in those organisations where we’re confident we can add genuine value.

 

We have experience working across the inclusion landscape, and can support you across all facets of the diversity spectrum, including gender balance, LGBT+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender +), multiculturalism, disability and carers, age, social mobility and mental health.

 

We can work with you to challenge barriers to an inclusive culture, through:

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Culture change 

Creating and sustaining a truly inclusive working culture takes more than a quick fix: it takes a proactive, consistent approach and concerted effort. We partner with our clients to understand where you are now, and work through the change with you, side by side.

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Hiring

We’re experts in inclusive hiring. We can help with everything from designing the right kind of job ads to shaping the way you go about recruitment, training your hiring managers, and developing a seamless on-boarding experience for both new starters and returners.

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Training

Unconscious bias and a lack of knowledge about inclusion are two of the biggest blockers of a truly inclusive organisation. We run engaging, interactive workshops to help people understand these topics, and the actions they need to take to create an inclusive workplace.

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Communicating Change

Once you’ve made the change,

then shout about it!

 

We have extensive experience in designing and implementing communications strategies to showcase and maximise the impact of your inclusion work, both internally and externally.

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