Benchmark your organisation’s culture against the global diversity and inclusion best practices. Develop your organisation throughout the certification process, which analytically provides measurable indicators of excellence and room for improvement.
The well-known phrase – What gets measured, gets done – also applies to us. With advanced data analysis and machine learning tools, we get to know employees, record management and organisational behaviours. Once we do that, we take all these inputs and get benchmark results that help us set a company’s future goals and develop new management practices.
The introduction of new data-based management models improves gender balance and communication, opens up space for different perspectives and increases engagement. Systems are more organised and productive, and employees are happier overall – both businesswise and personally.
Diversity and inclusion are much broader than gender, but in addition to age differences, it is precisely gender differences and gender stereotypes that are the most common cause of unconscious biases in the workplace. With gender equality, we think in both directions because we are aware that dads often fall victims to the expectations of the environment. The MAMFORCE standard covers a wider range than just moms and women (madam and mam), however, for responsibility towards dads, we have developed a special standard – DADFORCE.
It is easiest to agree to the status quo. We encourage you to be a change and part of the solution. We help you develop conscious management practices tailored both to employees and business. Part of the measures we propose will become a legal obligation in most countries. However, changing the legislation is not enough, culture is the key. Be among the first to adapt your business culture to the demands of the next generations. Be the torch bearers of change.