The growing body of research into diverse workforces shows that it’s the environment created by an organisation’s leadership that enables its employees, irrespective of their differences, to perform to the best of their abilities.
Organisations that nurture inclusive cultures, where all voices are heard and all perspectives considered, are enjoying improved levels of productivity, customer satisfaction and employee engagement.
Improved Performance and Productivity
Improved Innovation and Creativity
The global market place creates a need for a more diverse workforce – one that can maximise its collective experience to create competitive advantage. This in turn places fresh demands on leaders to create a working environment where difference can flourish and everyone can bring their best game to work every day.
“Diversity is the mix,
Inclusion is making the mix work”
– Andrés Tapia
Inclusive leaders must commit to the development of diverse talent pipelines and, above all else, have the moral courage to challenge and break down barriers. Our workshops will help you explore how to:
- Value difference in the workplace
- Role-model inclusive behaviours
- Initiate and drive change
Talk to us about how we can help you develop the qualities needed to make your organisation more inclusive.
Our practical approach to changing behaviour will help your leaders find new ways of working that will break down barriers and maximise the investment you make in your people.
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Johanne is responsible for designing and delivering development solutions to our clients across the globe.
She has spent her career developing expertise in the improvement of performance through people both as an Army Officer and a Senior Leader in the world of Organisational Development. Johanne is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst and served as an officer in the Royal Military Police for 10 years.
Her civilian career in retail, the media and professional services comprises senior management appointments in Talent Management, HR, Learning & Development and Consultancy. She has an MBA and is qualified to use the Judgement Index™ and EQ-i 2.0 profiling tools.
Kathie is a consultant experienced in delivering leadership and management skills development and emotional intelligence to a range of blue chip organisations across the globe. She was awarded an MBE for her work on Training Needs Analysis and project design of the Military Annual Training Tests, which have successfully been used worldwide supporting soldiers in operations for the past 10 years. Kathie has 20 years’ military experience as a training and educational specialist, including Governmental training support to the Defence Forces of Brunei and Jamaica.
Kathie was HM Sultan of Brunei’s Training Design Advisor for 2 years, delivering and designing his No 1 Defence Priority, the Defence Academy. MA ‘Educational Technology’ Research on Emotional Intelligence, with Distinction. She delivers Training in Project Management and Emergency Relief with recent work in Kenya and Haiti.
Kathie also has a role as Deputy Chair of the NATO Gender Committee, enables working cross Governmental and cross Nation States. The role in Gender brings an understanding of the Gender Perspective, involving delivering Conferences on behalf of UK Government (Foreign Secretary/Defence Secretary). Work published in Journal of Gender and Development.