Can you help us going beyond political correctness, because we speak the right words but still have the wrong actions?
We need to become more innovative as an organization and want to use our diversity more effectively. Can you help?
How does dilemma reconciliation helps us to create a more inclusive environment?
We help our clients to go beyond recognition of what type of diversity they are facing. We connect viewpoints and enrich their existing differences towards inclusion through respect. The dilemmas that are resulting from the tension between diverse demands need to be reconciled to get the organization into better performance and more innovation.
Did you know that?
According to Glassdoor, 67% of job seekers consider workplace diversity an important factor when considering employment opportunities, and more than 50% of current employees want their workplace to do more to increase diversity
(source: CNN Money)
The millennial and Gen Z generations are the most diverse in US history: only 56% of the 87 million millennials in the country are white, as compared to 72% of the 76 million members of the baby boomer generation.
(source: CNN Money)
Our approach to Diversity & Inclusion
Increasing awareness of organizations of the power of diversity and the importance of including diverse viewpoints
By diagnosing the dominant 7D score, we map the different types of diversity: nationality, gender, generation and team roles
Building on the strength of diverse viewpoints and enrich them with their opposites
Translating diversity issues into dilemmas that include and respect the opposite viewpoints
Introducing the power of connecting oppisites as a way to include diverse viewpoints
Through constructive dialogues we take advantage of the different viewpoints by including participants to build solutions
Supporting in implementing the innovative organization by rooting systems and processes into the organization’s culture in a systemic way
We support the client in the concrete implementation and rooting of the suggested reconciliations of the diversity dilemmas
Our publications in D&I