The business case for DEI has been proven but progress across industries and countries remains slow. Join our webinar where we discuss why.
The business case for DEI in the workplace has been continuously reaffirmed with countless examples of companies delivering higher revenue, generating faster innovation, and attracting a better talent pool.
Yet overall progress remains slow.
Management consultancy McKinsey & Co recently reported that despite there being a “stronger case for diversity” there is a “lack of material progress across all industries and in most countries”.
The consultancy goes on to state that DEI is no longer a “nice to have”, companies that lead on DEI initiatives will not only be better positioned to attract a wider pool of candidates, but they will be better positioned to survive turbulent times such as now.
Meanwhile, those that consider it a “luxury we cannot afford” – in the most extreme case scenario – may risk losing their right to operate.
But valuable conversations any organisation can have with its employees about inclusion are likely to be uncomfortable. They call for mutual openness and for everyone’s courage to ask tough questions and to provide and hear tough answers.
Watch the first episode of our webinar series to learn more about:
Chisom is an Economist, Organizational Design and DEI Strategist, and a 3 times founder of impact driven companies. Chisom is a thought-leader in Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) and as the founder of Diversify, Chisom works with companies, governments, and civil society to facilitate measurable diversity and inclusion initiatives in the workplace and society.
In 2020, she founded HerSpace, a diverse and inclusive co-creation community for all genders, with particular focus on women. HerSpace recently launched a Women in Tech incubator called HerTech, for women-led companies, with a focus on the inclusion of diverse founders and scaling women-led tech-enabled businesses.
Chisom has over 13 years of experience working with organisations like the European Commission, The United Nations, ExxonMobil and The Economist Group.
Mette de Nully's long career in HR spans over multiple roles and industries. Mette is passionate about HR transformation, digitalisation, and securing the best possible work methods and frameworks for each employee to perform and succeed.
Mette has previously worked as Senior Manager of Global HR Operation & Data Analytics at GANNI and was HR Director in DKTV. Both these places had DEI agenda as a top priority, giving Mette solid experience in implementing concrete initiatives in recruitment and retention strategies. These experiences have also given Mette great insight into the challenges and why it can be so difficult to push for change.
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