“Strength lies in differences, not in similarities.”
Stephen R. Covey
What does Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) mean? (Note: many people refer to ‘Equality’ when they talk about EDI, but we prefer the term ‘Equity’.)
EDI should never be thought of as an ‘add on’ or a ‘nice to have’. It should be woven into every touchpoint, action and decision.
Make EDI a business priority, and you’ll reap the benefits:
Businesses with high inclusive engagement have an operating profit almost three times higher (27%) than those that don’t. – Towers Watson, 2012, (Global workforce study)
We have wide-ranging expertise and experience in the field of EDI, and can provide you with the following:
Every organisation needs a comprehensive EDI Strategy. But for it to be successful, it’s critical that those who are responsible for its implementation are involved from the start. They need to see the value in it and feel inspired to own it and action it.