Diversity & Inclusion Survey Guide
Diversity and Inclusion projects can be challenging, especially if you're tasked with the first such project within your organization. So where do you get started?
How about this step-by-step guide on how to successfully conduct a D&I survey? Download this FREE guide to find out how you can gather the data you need to lay solid foundations for making your organization more inclusive.
Fill out the form and explore:
- How inclusive your organization is
- How to gather clear and actionable data for your D&I initiatives
- How you can make your workplace more welcoming and inclusive for all
The business case for D&I
White, heterosexual men are 13% more likely to say that their day-to-day work experience is free of bias compared to employees with diverse backgrounds (Harvard Business Review).
The implication of this research is that your organization may have inclusivity blind spots that affect your employees and your overall business. After all, companies with a diverse workforce are 35% more likely to have better financial returns (McKinsey) and up to 32.2% higher IPO/acquisition success rates (Harvard Business Review).
But how do you determine if action is needed, and how do you plan your next steps?
Conducting your D&I survey
In this guide, we explain how to conduct a Diversity & Inclusion survey that will grant insight into the inclusivity of your organization. We also explain the difference between diversity and inclusion, and explore the many benefits of building an inclusive organizational culture.
Conducting a D&I Survey in 5 Steps:
- GET BUY IN
Make sure that you get the right stakeholders on board with convincing data.
- CREATE THE SURVEY
Ask the right questions to get the data you need for an effective D&I strategy.
- DISTRIBUTE THE SURVEY
Make sure your data is reliable while avoiding survey fatigue among your employees.
- ANALYZE THE RESULTS
Dive into your data to find out where you’re doing well — and where you can improve.
- FOLLOW UP
Plan your next steps and effectively communicate them with the organization.
And so much more! Download our free guide and kickstart your D&I initiatives today!