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Diversity and Inclusion – the route to progress

However, companies are struggling to make ‘better workplaces for everyone’ a reality... which is increasingly concerning when we know that changing workforce demographics, globalisation, government policy and increasing employee expectations all play a part.

To respond to this challenge, Fleur and I spent a lot of time discussing what currently wasn’t working for employers, what were they missing and why progress wasn’t being made although a lot of time, energy and resources were placed…

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How can good #inclusiveleadership support ‘the future of work’? Join us to discuss with @PWNGlobal via webinar… https://t.co/c3Dc0qXVK0

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

RT @McKinsey: #LGBT inclusive societies are good for business and economic growth. See more here: https://t.co/nmQl8XpFFE #OpenForBiz @OFB_LGBT

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

An increasingly diverse and multi-generational workforce is leading to a new breed of workers. https://t.co/FnDAbUcQMZ #futureofwork

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017

RT @HarvardBiz: When we step away from the traditional carrot or stick approach, we can have a more meaningful dialogue about work https://t.co/imHHrq363w

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017