Diversity Dilemmas Newsletter - Issue #2

14 Nov 2022

Diversity Dilemmas Newsletter - Issue #2

Catch up on the second issue of our monthly Diversity Dilemmas Newsletter here.

Our second issue focuses on leadership engagement and cultural change. Ensuring leaders and stakeholders foster a sense of urgency for I&D across organizations, as well as how to embed a suite of new workplace behaviors around the globe. These ideas come from UK based E, D&I professionals at our Diversity Dilemmas events.

This is a newsletter a bit different from the norm, we want to focus on sharing with you creative solutions and ideas to solve your organization's Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Dilemmas.

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Dilemma 1: Engaging Senior Leadership

A UK based energy utility organisation has been working on I&D for a while, with a number of highly energetic employee resource groups in place, and an I&D steering committee. They are looking to further engage senior leaders to accelerate I&D progress.

THE SOLUTION

 

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Dilemma 2: Globally Embedding Inclusion

A multinational professional services organisation is looking to use their newly launched set of behaviours to improve the company’s culture of inclusion. With more than 100 offices globally, embedding these throughout the breadth and depth of the organisation is proving challenging.

THE SOLUTION

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Sue Johnson
Inclusion & Diversity Consulting by Odgers Berndtson is led by Sue Johnson. Sue is the former Head of I&D for the Nestle Group, and former I&D Practice Lead for PwC Switzerland.

 

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