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What is your organisation’s Return on Inclusion?

Dawn Hurst, D&I Master Practitioner Programme
September 17, 2021

According to analytics consultancy Gallup, 51% of engage employees perceive their organisation as perfectly inclusive, yet nearly all employees who are not engaged or who are actively disengaged do not view their organisation as so.

As organisations around the world look to embed Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) in all that they do, practical and measurable D&I training is more important than ever.

Distinctive Learning Ltd, part of diversity and inclusion specialists Group, EA Holdings, has developed a unique D&I tool which provides tangible results for ROI - “Return in Inclusion”.

Launched in 2021, the Master Practitioner Programme offers both in-person and virtual cohorts, which have welcomed delegates from around the world to create and lead impactful D&I strategies.

Designed for leaders, people managers and HR and Diversity & Inclusion professionals, the globally accredited programme is delivered by a team of business leaders, inclusion and diversity experts and psychological professionals, providing practical application to yourself and your organisation, as you develop your measurable strategy and action plan to maximise success.

Dawn Hurst, programme mentor and co-developer of the ROI tool, said: “The Master Practitioner Programme does not promise imprecise results; our tried and tested techniques are shared by our D&I professionals having over thirty years’ experience.

“The tailored programme provides practical tools to embed D&I as a business imperative to impact EBITDA performance directly. 100% of our delegates would recommend.”

Former delegate, Shelley Caton, Global Director Diversity & Inclusion at Royal BAM Group nv, said: “Dawn and Craig have this fantastic ability to squeeze every drop of potential out of you, and you quickly realise you’re already applying the learning after day one and benefiting from it. It’s been like having my eyes opened to the possibilities.”

Master Practitioner Programme calendar:

• October cohort (virtual) – start date: 19th & 20th October 2021

• November cohort – start date: 9thand 10th November 2021

• January cohort (USA/Canada –virtual) – start date: 25th & 26th January 2022

• March cohort – orientation meeting scheduled for 21st February 2022

 

Find out more about becoming a Master Diversity& Inclusion Practitioner and what this could mean for your organisation: https://future.masterinclusionpractitioner.co.uk

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