Help to move the dial when it comes to EDI…

How important is EDI, Equality, Diversion and Inclusion, to you and or your business?

Employers are increasingly coming to recognise the strong business case for improving the level of diversity and inclusion within their workforce and across all levels of their senior leadership.  A more diverse and inclusive workforce delivers higher levels of engagement, creativity and innovation.

Latest research carried out by McKinsey on why diversity matters, found that companies in the top quartile for gender or racial and ethnic diversity are more likely to have financial returns above their national industry medians.

In their latest report, Diversity wins: How inclusion matters they state that they have seen ‘a stronger business case for diversity, but slow progress overall’. Since 2014 the data has seen uplifts from 15-20% on executive team female representation in the US and UK, yet globally, just a one percentage point from 2017 to 2019, with over one third of the companies having no women at all on their executive teams.

We are very excited to soon be launching a collaboration with a business and individuals committed to helping business leaders and organisations, move the dial when it comes to EDI.

We are looking for expressions of interest from business leaders, and or HR Directors who are about to start or, are already on their diversity journey who may benefit from a series of roundtable events and or webinars. There will be no charge for these initial sessions,  This is something both I, the team at Douglas Jackson and our partner are extremely passionate about and we want to offer a confidential platform and opportunity where you can learn, share and hear about best practice developments.

There will be three potential categories of interest.

An Introduction to Diversity for:

  • Organisations wanting to start their journey
  • Organisations who have just begun

Help with EDI Leadership, looking at the EDI ecosystem and the commitment required to positioning EDI culture as a win-win for all for:

  • Senior management teams, executives and EDI sponsors and those in the early phases of their EDI journey or, who are looking to accelerate progress of an existing initiative.

Finally Designing your on-boarding for Diversity & Inclusion for:

  • Organisations wanting to support diversity recruitment practices and to improve their ability to retain talent.

If you would like to register your interest for any of the above, please click on the button below and we will be in touch with details of future events as they are released, or if you would like to learn a little more, feel free to contact me on, or Tel: 01543 231071.



About Douglas Jackson Diverse Impactful Leadership

A high-end retained executive search firm exclusively focused on consumer centric business, delivering high performance, diverse, impactful leadership. Top CEO/C-Suite, Board Executive Search – Inclusion/Diversity for Digitally Native Brands E-Commerce, Insuretech, Fintech, Fast Growth and Transformation. Operations, Revenue, Product, Digital, Data, Customer, Strategy, Planning. What challenges, or goals do you have right now? Talent is everything. The talent you surround yourself with is everything. The talent that leads your business and your people is everything. High performance talent is what makes you and your business exceptional/extraordinary… When Exceptional Leadership Matters...A brand you can trust. A truly consultative approach. Dedicated to working in partnership to achieve the right outcome.
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