Wanda T. Wallace 9 November 2016

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Creating an Inclusive Culture – Key action points

In her closing presentation at CRF masterclass - Creating a Truly Inclusive Culture - Wanda reviews the research, summarizes the conclusions, actions and takeaways. We also take a look at the roles and responsibilities of four key stakeholder groups : individuals, line managers, senior leaders and HR.

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9 November 2016

Is a Truly Inclusive Culture Possible?

In this interview with Dr. Wanda Wallace we discuss whether creating a truly inclusive culture at organisational level is possible, particularly in light of global events observed in 2016. Wanda provides examples of organisational practices where inclusivity has been achieved, as well as tips on what organisations can do to embrace inclusive culture.

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9 November 2016

Inclusivity at GSK

This presentation by Liz Burton, Global Inclusion and Diversity, and Kim Lafferty, Global Leadership Development, explores what inclusion means to GSK and how the organisation achieves diversity and inclusion goals.

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9 November 2016

Creating an Inclusive Culture - What did we discover?

In this opening presentation during CRF masterclass - Creating a Truly Inclusive Culture - Wanda clarifies the definition of diversity versus inclusion, addresses the key issues and why this matters, reviews the highlights of the CRF member survey and identifies where organisations should focus their attention when it comes to inclusion.

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16 November 2016

Creating a Truly Inclusive Culture - Post Meeting Review Notes

A summary of our recent 'Creating a Truly Inclusive Culture' event lead by Wanda Wallace.

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2 November 2016

Executive Summary: Creating an Inclusive Culture

Progress towards diversity has not always met the promise of investments made. One of the underlying reasons for this is that organisations have focused on increasing the number of employees from underrepresented groups, rather than addressing the organisation culture that determines whether people feel included, and thrive. This research report explores what an inclusive culture looks like, and sets out practical recommendations for improvement. It focuses on two key aspects that shape the culture: the values and attitudes of leaders, and the systems and processes that define how organisation operates.

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2 November 2016

Creating an Inclusive Culture

Progress towards diversity has not always met the promise of investments made. One of the underlying reasons for this is that organisations have focused on increasing the number of employees from underrepresented groups, rather than addressing the organisation culture that determines whether people feel included, and thrive. This research report explores what an inclusive culture looks like, and sets out practical recommendations for improvement. It focuses on two key aspects that shape the culture: the values and attitudes of leaders, and the systems and processes that define how organisation operates. CRF members can access the report freely by logging in on the website.

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