Equality is good for society and good for business
Evidence tells us time and again that more diverse teams make for more productive, profitable and innovative organisations (McKinsey, 2018) not to mention improvements in reputation and the likelihood of being considered an employer of choice. Diverse research teams, managers and educators all create better outcomes for society as a whole. Increasing the number of individuals from under-represented groups is simply the economically and socially right thing to do.
We work with clients to take action and create inclusive workplaces and learning spaces which recruit, retain and progress all women, from all backgrounds. Whether you are a business looking to attract the best talent or an educational organisation working out how to embed equalities work within faculties or schools, our experts can support your equality, diversity and inclusion activity.
Clients tell us our training is accessible, relevant, down to earth and practical, whilst also being challenging. We have delivered 100’s of high quality training and development sessions and we continue to receive excellent feedback
- 97% of those trained over the last 12 months stated they felt better informed about equality related issues.
- 95% of those trained stated they felt more confident in taking steps to create change.
- 90% of those trained rated their session 8 or more out of 10.
We are here to work with you to make real, positive and sustainable change. Get in touch with us today.
Clients value the flexibility of our offering and we are happy to design a package to meet your development needs, budget and time frame. We also have a range of free resources to help you get started on gender equality work.
Working with us supports women in STEM
As a not-for-profit organisation, all income generated from our training and consultancy is invested in development opportunities and one to one support for women studying, working in or looking to return to STEM sectors. By choosing us as your training partner you are supporting the STEM careers of women in Scotland.