Your company’s gender pay gap is increasing – what next?
Advocates, detractors…. and invisible saboteurs
How to plan diversity & inclusion programmes in large organisations
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 […]
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 […]
Inclusion in the age of the glass box brand
The truth is, all businesses, irrespective of their age, sector and employee make up struggle with diversity and inclusion, and need help on their journey to ensure that the behaviours, biases and cultures that result in exclusions, discriminations and ‘we think’ are eliminated. It is easy to get exasperated by the fact that industries led […]
Everyone is a leader
There isn’t yet a Wikipedia page for inclusive leadership, though the presence of ad words in a browser search tells us that this is now very mainstream. Concepts around inclusive leadership are widespread. Arguably, they are becoming commoditised, repeatable. Commonplace. The Wikipedia page is therefore really only a matter of time. This was very much […]
Artificial inclusion: why tech needs to get D&I right
Over the past six months, I’ve had the pleasure of speaking at two diversity in technology conferences, both of which were attended by several giants of the tech world (Microsoft, Google, Uber etc.) as well as start-ups and SMEs looking to benefit from the sharing of best practice. In both events I observed a clear […]