We believe that one size fits NONE
Our claim is to base our consulting services on evidence. In other words: We generate data which we use to deduce strategies in the field of D&I management. Or as a wise person once said: If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.
This is why we have developed the Inclusion Indicator, the most extensive tool currently available on the market to ensure the analysis of the current state of D&I in your organization.
We believe that one size fits none.
Whether you are a large corporate, SME or fresh start-up, our consultancy will find the tailor-made solution for you in order to push your D&I agenda forward.
We offer monthly retainers and various service packages according to your individual needs and are happy to work as one team with your D&I managers, ambassadors and stakeholders.
You lack the internal resources and expertise for D&I management that will truly incite and drive change?
We have both and will take it from here. And it doesn’t matter where you are starting from, as long as you want to head into the right direction.
We offer initial evaluations, the development of strategies, roadmaps and KPI sets, ESG positionings, paths to cultural change and meaningful content and communication.
The Inclusion Indicator measures diversity & inclusion in 4 areas. The maximum achievable score in each quadrant is 90, summing up to a 360 degree assessment of your organization.
01 | Data Base & Transparency
How is data already being worked with, what data is available? What happens with the data?
How transparent is the organization?
02 | Processes & Structures
03 | Brand & Communications
How inclusive is your company’s external and internal communication? Is diversity a topic at all? How attractive is the organization’s (employer) brand?
04 | Culture & Values
Julia’s passion is her family, including 3 kids, 2 cats, a dog and an American quarter horse. With the two-legged members of the crowd, she loves to travel the world by caravan and spend hours together at the campfire. Born in Vienna, Julia lived in New York and Paris and will eventually move to New Zealand when retired (the exact date is not set yet).