Finding your “Why of D&I” and the relevance to you…

Thursday 25th February, 2021

Diversity and Inclusion isn't just a box to check, diversity is in all of us, and we all want to feel included and have that sense of belonging.

What we all would benefit from is a world, a society and a workplace culture where everyone, no matter what their background, is treated with fairness, respect, equality and dignity plus has agency over their opportunities – for us all to be able to show up as our whole selves and to not have to cover or mask a key part of our identity in order to conform and ‘culture fit’.

Surely, that’s all you’d expect for yourself, is it not?

The benefits are clear:

  • You better understand your customers
  • Your people and teams perform at their peak
  • There are greater levels of innovation and creativity through empowerment
  • It’s easier to hire and retain talent because you are trusted
  • It will boost your relevance and alignment with the communities in which you serve and operate

Yet… we know the facts don’t change people – why aren’t organisations leveraging this power and still propagate performative actions, tokenistic hiring and not truly owning their own D&I playbook.

In this session, Joanne Lockwood will explore these points, challenge the way you are thinking about D&I and elevate it to a cross-business function.

Outcomes of the “Why of D&I” event:

  • Why vision and values matter as a starting point
  • How to align your trajectory in terms of vector and velocity to achieve your D&I goals
  • How to measure success, and know when to course-correct…

And most importantly – finding your own “Why of D&I.”

Spaces to our complimentary event are on a first-come-first-served basis so please click the Zoom link below to register your interest now.

Joanne Lockwood is the founder and CEO of SEE Change Happen, an Equality Diversity & Inclusion Practice specialising in providing Transgender Awareness and support to organisations and businesses. Her mantra is Smile, Engage and Educate and she passionately believes that “people are people” and, no matter who they are, deserve to be treated with dignity and respect.