Diversity of Thought
ALL CULTURES | ALL AGES | ALL GENDERS
Human Capital Redefined by Systems and ISO Diversity and Inclusion .
ISO Diversity and Inclusion Accreditation
Inclusive Leadership 360 Index
Cultural Awareness and Sensitivity
Diversity and Inclusion Audits
Diversity is even more relevant due to the inter connectivity of global markets. The world no longer operates in silos, nor do businesses. To remain competitive, organisations must understand the preferences and needs of their diverse customer base, which go beyond simply race and gender. The intricacies of knowledge necessary to serve a wider market share require that leaders be open to all possibilities and ideas, ideas that can only come from people with widely diverse backgrounds.
Recruitment Bias Assessments
At a Human Capital / Talent Management level, an understanding of “unconscious bias” is an important new facet with the level of engagement required to manage diversity and inclusion issues and how they impact on talent management decisions in organisations every day.
Respectful Workplace Program
The Respectful Workplace Program provides individuals, work teams and Departments with healthy options to address the issue of workplace conflict. This program offers confidential coaching and consultation on specific conflict situations; mediation, facilitation and problem solving supports; workplace assistance when conflict affects an entire group; learning and development in conflict management and building a respectful workplace environment.
Gender Equity Parity Programs
This workshop aims to build unconscious bias awareness and inclusive leadership practice that actively seeks and values the full contribution of diverse people, skills, perspectives and experiences.
Health and Wellbeing
Wellness is the state of being in good health in all aspects of our lives. We use a global assessment tool called Cognexity which measures the key elements on a week by week basis, which accurately reflects employees’ everchanging wellbeing. www.cognexity.com
Workplace Bullying Audits
Employers should take all reasonable steps to prevent bullying before it becomes a risk to the health and safety of its workers and others in the workplace. This is best achieved through a risk management process audit. This Workplace Bullying Audit process should include:
- identification of bullying risk factors;
- assessment of the likelihood of bullying occurring from the risk factors identified and their potential impact on the workers or workplace;
- eliminating the risks, as far as reasonable practicable, or controlling, or minimising, them as far as reasonable practicable; and
- reviewing the effectiveness of the control methods put in place and the process generally.
Inclusive Leadership Audits
Our discovery and diagnosis audit looks at organisational performance through an Inclusion lense focusing on Innovation, Creativity and Business Perfoirmance. Our framework offer firms the most comprehensive example of how your Leadership Circle functions and how we support them to help them to become more effective leaders. www.inclusiveleadership.com.au