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  • 29th October, 2021

Looking forward to a diverse and digital future

The past 18 months have been very busy for Global Diversity Practice.  Inequality and injustice have been rife in several parts of the world and stories of hate and prejudice have dominated the news. This has heightened the existing focus on diversity and inclusion policies within workplaces, as organisations look to support teams and promote […]

  • 8th June, 2020

Black Lives Matter.

Global Diversity Practice is an organisation committed to eliminating hatred, injustice and inequality. Our vision is a better world through unlocking the power of inclusion. The senseless and tragic loss of George Floyd’s life has filled us with sorrow. It’s important that we call this out for what it is; institutional racism, brought about by […]

  • 2nd June, 2019

How virtual environments can boost organisational learning and development

Global Diversity Practice has partnered with The FutureWork Institute to offer customers a wide range of virtual environments that boost diversity and inclusion by engaging employees across multiple locations. The partnership means businesses working with GDP will now be able to access FWI’s suite of five virtual e-learning platforms as part of their D&I programmes. […]

  • 4th April, 2019

Is your gender pay gap stagnating?

With the deadline for reporting gender pay gap right now, almost every UK organisation with more than 250 employees will have already calculated their gender pay for the past 12 months. No change may feel like a win, especially if you’re aware that some businesses are posting figures that are up on last year. But [...]
  • 18th March, 2019

Your company’s gender pay gap is increasing – what next?

For the second year, organisations with more that 250 employees are expected to publish their UK gender pay gap data by 4th April 2019. We know this is a big issue for larger employers. Even businesses who have a positive story to tell have reservations about revealing their data. So, what if your organisation is [...]
  • 30th January, 2019

Advocates, detractors…. and invisible saboteurs

Advocates, detractors…. and invisible saboteurs Why businesses should welcome their advocates and outspoken detractors – and fear their invisible saboteurs One of the many collateral benefits of diverse and inclusive working cultures is that they foster advocacy. This is because employees who feel engaged and empowered at work will generally be positive about their employer. [...]
  • 27th November, 2018

How to plan diversity & inclusion programmes in large organisations

To what extent can large global businesses operating across culturally diverse regions design a single global plan to increase diversity and inclusion? Global Diversity Practice consultant Kamaljit Poonia, a specialist in diversity and inclusion for over 15 years and previously an advisor to the Department for International Development (DFID) and the Cabinet Office, outlines some [...]
  • 20th November, 2018

GDP brings Virtual Reality Diversity & Inclusion eLearning Platforms to UK through FWI Partnership

The Global Diversity Practice (GDP) and US-based FutureWork Institute (FWI) have agreed a transatlantic partnership that means UK businesses will now be able to access its suite of five virtual e-learning platforms. The partnership will see the two organisations combining their global consulting reach to over 100 consultants on five continents in order to provide […]

  • 18th July, 2018

How can research benefit diversity and inclusion initiatives?

Research is often the first step in an organisation’s journey to cultural transformation. Global players especially want to harness the power of new d&i initiatives and research is essential in ensuring they are adapted to different geographies and organisational challenges. The question is: how? GDP Head of Consultancy Theresa Stearn specialises in the creation of […]