DEI InsightsHear from the experts themselves
One size certainly doesn’t fit all
Throughout the years, we have built an extensive network of over 2,800 specialists worldwide. It is their extensive expertise on various subject matters and on their local culture that enables us to respond to our clients’ wide range of briefs. Our ambition is to only put forward the best and most expert profiles to tackle your strategies with the greatest level of care and granularity. Here are a few snippets of key insights they’ve shared with us from inclusive language to the status of gender equity in Mexico and patriarchy in India.
A few thoughts from our experts on various panels and workshops for you to explore.
The misconceptions of diversity, equity and inclusion in Japan
Kohtaro Kosugiyama, Head of SDGs, Japan at The Adecco Group
Why South Africa's history should be at the heart of DEI initiatives
Seth Naicker, Managing Director, indiAfrique training & development
Why Equity matters in DEI
Seth Naicker, Managing Director, indiAfrique training & development and Pepper Miller, President, The Hunter-Miller Group
Patriarchy and castes in India
Rashmi Mandloi, Managing Partner and Head of D&I at BeyonDiversity
Why gender equity is a pressing matter in Mexico
Beatriz Peña, Founder and CEO of SSPARK Human Innovation
How innovation and localisation can lead to powerful global DEI initiatives
Beatriz Peña, Founder and CEO of SSPARK Human Innovation and Anna Reutskaya, Manager Talent, Performance, Inclusion & Diversity at Philip Morris International
5 steps to a sustainable DEI strategy for black and ethnic minority groups
Oris Ikomi, Diversity and Inclusion Consultant, Coach and Facilitator
How inclusive language is paving the way to behaviour change
Ana Ribeiro Olson, Transcreator and Cultural Consultant
Explore our DEI Insights
We regularly interview experts and clients who share their experience over a 20-minute podcast interview. Hear from our DEI experts here below.
LOCAL INSIGHTS ON DEI
Countries around the world are at different stages of their DEI journey. Trying to push a global DEI agenda without taking into consideration local cultural sensitivities can backfire and bear long-term consequences for the organisation. When developing a global strategy, remember to always sense-check your work with local experts or points of contact. Here are a few local insights we've gathered along the way. More are available on demand.
HOW CONFIDENT ARE YOU ABOUT YOUR DEI STRATEGY LOCALLY AND INTERNATIONALLY?
In the current climate, ensuring sensitivity, appropriateness and inclusivity is more important than ever, but developing internal processes around DEI can be a struggle. Take our survey to compare your approach to DEI with that of your peers, and receive a personalised report with key takeaways and insights.