• Two colleagues, an older White male and a younger Black male are working together at a computer smiling at something they are looking at on the screen.
    Reverse Mentoring
    Two colleagues, an older White male and a younger Black male are working together at a computer smiling at something they are looking at on the screen.
    Reverse mentoring guide

    Reverse mentoring creates new opportunities for learning, breaking down barriers and developing more open and inclusive cultures. Download our guide to find out more and including how to start your own reverse mentoring programme.

  • Three colleagues sitting at a desk - two are interviewing the third who is sitting on the opposite side. The interviewers are smiling encouragingly at the person being interviewed
    Inclusive Leadership
    Three colleagues sitting at a desk - two are interviewing the third who is sitting on the opposite side. The interviewers are smiling encouragingly at the person being interviewed
    Inclusive recruitment – a guide for employers

    Learn what inclusive recruitment is, the business case for implementing it and techniques and advice to make it happen.

  • Global Inclusion
    Global Inclusion strategies – a guide

    There are many benefits to focusing on inclusion from a global perspective, but there are challenges to overcome when doing this. Our resources are designed to support you to understand and overcome these challenges and develop inclusive cultures every where that you operate around the globe.

  • Different hands, some wearing blue gloves and white sleeves, coming together to make a heart shape with their hands
    Equality, Diversity & Inclusion StrategyInclusive Communications
    Different hands, some wearing blue gloves and white sleeves, coming together to make a heart shape with their hands
    Connecting frontline colleagues factsheet

    Communicating your inclusion strategy to frontline colleagues can be challenging, but not doing it will negatively impact engagement and understanding of inclusion across the organisation. This factsheet highlights key challenges and advice for adapting your inclusion work so you can connect with frontline colleagues.

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