Significant change is under way in workforce and stakeholder attitudes to equality and diversity, behaviour thresholds and organisational activity affecting gender, race, equality and ethnicity. GED provides the largest video and podcast platform for updating research and managerial knowledge in the field.
Understanding, measuring, analysing and responding with solutions to that change will continue at pace in 2018.
The GED programme was one of the first to identify the power of transparency and new data. GED is tracking, publishing, cataloguing and celebrating insight, innovation and achievement throughout the year on line and at the major GED Conference and Awards on Thursday 22 November 2018.
Topics covered will include:
Creating inclusive business models for staff and clients
Benchmarking ‘improving diversity and inclusion’ in different industries
Adapting to new transparency legislation impacts
Case studies of staff and service processes and policies which are providing measurable progress
Research insights into trends in equality, diversity and inclusion practice, in the UK or internationally
Case studies of the challenges related to devising and implementing equality, inclusion and diversity policy in organisations
Public and big data sets, benchmarks and metrics to inform policy and practice in service and goods delivery
Understanding how individuals perceive and respond to equality, inclusion and diversity measures in their own workplace