Diversity and Inclusion Masterclass

250.00 for 1 year

Organizations can no longer consider DEI as outcomes, rather as metrices driving goals and outcomes.

Organizations are increasingly adopting broader definitions of diversity that focus on additional areas such as neurodiversity, cognitive diversity, social mobility and socio-economic diversity. Employers are likely to find themselves being challenged by stakeholders to demonstrate that they are thinking beyond a limited set of protected characteristics. While organizations used to largely focus on measuring diversity, employers are now asking how to measure inclusion. This is more complex than measuring diversity alone, which is largely quantitative. Determining the level of inclusion, by contrast, requires qualitative analysis too. Having expert guidance on measuring inclusion can be helpful to demonstrate that change is happening.

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