Creating a Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Strategy
A Diversity and Inclusion Strategy can make a concept that appears nebulous and abstract, concrete and tangible. For even the smallest companies this is relevant and doable. Download our helpsheet, which includes information and tasks to help you create your own D&I Strategy for your company, by clicking on the yellow box.
Why create a Diversity and Inclusion strategy? Sameness can be dangerous. It can lead to blindspots, group-thinking and missed opportunities. Diversity is an ingredient of creative output but it doesn’t just happen. We need to proactively factor it into our decision making, especially in terms of recruitment, promotion, retention and interaction with clients and stakeholders. A strategy can make a concept that appears nebulous and abstract, concrete and tangible.
Stephen Frost - Diversity and Inclusion leadership
Diversity and Inclusion Strategists
You don't have to complete your D&I Strategy on your own. If you would like support, there are specialists out there who can help you to work on your Strategy and create something which truly reflects the values and aims of your business.
Stephen Frost, Leading Diversity Strategist - Frost Included
Stephen Frost is a leading diversity strategist who designed, led and implemented the inclusion programmes for the London Olympic and Paralympic Games. Stephen has worked for KPMG and serves as an advisor to the British Government, The White House and Buckingham Palace. From theory to actions, this workshop will help you design an inclusive leadership strategy.
Brook Graham Limited
Brook Graham specialise in the strategic management of Diversity and Inclusion in global companies. Clients include leading-edge, multinational corporations for whom they have worked on a very broad range of Diversity and Inclusion projects and assignments in many countries around the world. They also provide Unconscious Bias training.