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Diversity Management That Works

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Manchester Metropolitan University

Business School Room 3.15

All Saints Campus, Oxford Road

Manchester

M15 6BH

United Kingdom

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Evidence into practice programme recommendations on how to implement diversity management that works.

This event is recommended for Chartered Fellows FCIPD and senior HR leaders (Head of HR, Director of HR, CPO) Chartered members working in the Diversity and Inclusion field will also find this event of interest

A common challenge when designing diversity and inclusion (D&I) interventions is knowing where to start.

  • Should people professionals tackle recruitment bias through training programmes?

  • What about building an inclusive leadership culture?

  • How about plugging the vast gaps in monitoring data?

Diversity and inclusion issues can present themselves in many ways, so knowing what to fix can seem difficult or even impossible, and the result can sometimes be practices or interventions that are disconnected or even ineffective.

Practitioner expertise and stakeholder views are crucial for diagnosing issues and identifying potential solutions. However, managers need to combine this with insights drawn from research and organisational data to help them make better-informed decisions and avoid bias from their own opinions.

This event looks at an evidence-into-practice programme, which brought together professional expertise on D&I with insights from scientific research.

Our lines of enquiry came from a group of D&I professionals discussing the challenges they faced in their work and the concerns raised by their stakeholders. Combining these with a review of scientific literature, we present a series of recommendations on how to implement diversity management that works.


Jonny Gifford, Senior Advisor for Organisational Behaviour


Jonny Gifford is CIPD research adviser for organisational behaviour. His interests include employee voice, social technology, workplace conflict and the application of behavioural science to HR. Previous research roles were at Roffey Park Institute and the Institute for Employment Studies.

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Manchester Metropolitan University

Business School Room 3.15

All Saints Campus, Oxford Road

Manchester

M15 6BH

United Kingdom

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Refund Policy

Refunds up to 7 days before event

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