WOOHOO! THE RESULTS ARE IN AND YOUR ACTIONS WILL ADD TO A WORLD WHERE PEOPLE ARE CELEBRATED NOT JUST TOLERATED !

The Inclusive Organisation Where Everyone Belongs is less than 90 days away, here's how to implement the ACTION stage in the next 30 days 

Once the inclusion strategy has been designed, it is important to allocate adequate resources for its implementation. This includes ensuring that there is enough time and capacity available to implement the initiatives. Furthermore, it is important to have a team in place who are responsible for championing inclusion within the organisation. This team should be responsible for monitoring the progress of inclusion initiatives and making adjustments where necessary. Finally, inclusion efforts must be continuous in order to be effective. This means that once an inclusion strategy has been implemented, it should be reviewed on a regular basis and updated as necessary. By taking these steps, organisations can ensure that their inclusion efforts are impactful and lead to lasting change.

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Your 3 Step Action Plan 

Step 1 

ROI from your Initiatives 

When it comes to inclusion, businesses often struggle to get started. There are many different ways to approach inclusion, and it can be difficult to know where to begin. The first step is to get clear on the business needs. What are the specific goals that you want to achieve? Once you have a better understanding of the goals, you can begin to develop an inclusion strategy that is in alignment with your mission, values, and purpose. By taking the time to get clear on the business needs, you can ensure that your inclusion strategy is much more likely to be successful. When everybody is working towards the same goal, true belonging can begin to take root.

Action To Take:

Impactful Inclusion Interventions

In this video I take you through 

STEP 1: watch this first [TURN OP CAPTIONS]

Your 3 Step Action Plan 

Step 2

Get Your Squad!

The implementation of diversity and inclusion initiatives can vary greatly depending on the organization, its size, culture, and industry. However, a good starting point for implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives is to have a dedicated team or task force that is responsible for carrying out these initiatives. This team can be responsible for developing and executing policies and programs that promote diversity and inclusion within the organization, as well as monitoring their effectiveness and making necessary adjustments. Additionally, it's important to have buy-in from key stakeholders within the organization such as executives, managers, and employees in order to ensure that these initiatives are successful.

Action To Take:

Complete Your Elevator To Performance

In this video

STEP 2: don't skip this

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Your 3 Step Action Plan 

Step 3

Become obsessive about optimising 

The implementation of diversity and inclusion initiatives can vary greatly depending on the organization, its size, culture, and industry. However, a good starting point for implementing diversity and inclusion initiatives is to have a dedicated team or task force that is responsible for carrying out these initiatives. This team can be responsible for developing and executing policies and programs that promote diversity and inclusion within the organization, as well as monitoring their effectiveness and making necessary adjustments. Additionally, it's important to have buy-in from key stakeholders within the organization such as executives, managers, and employees in order to ensure that these initiatives are successful.

Action To Take:

Complete Your Reality Analysis

In this video I take you through 

STEP 3: fundamental foundations

Ruth-Ellen Danquah

Instructional designer, trainer, author of The Rejection Sensitivity Journal for ADHD & creator of The Intersectional Inclusion Roadmap™

Hey hey hey

Thanks for taking the assessment. I’m so happy you’re here and I can’t wait to see you cultivate more belonging in the workplace!

I’ve been on this wild inclusion journey for over 10 years, but it hasn’t always been fun, purposeful, or impactful in the slightest. In fact, it’s been full of ups and downs—can you relate?

I finally created The Intersectional Inclusion Roadmap™ which takes those that struggle with confusion and and take them into inclusion.

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What happens next?

I’ve sent this 3-step action plan to your email, so that you have all the resources and links available any time you need them. I’ll also be sending you a free workbook to help you create your 90-day inclusion plan so that you can make more progress over the next few months with your inclusion than ever before, so keep a lookout for that!

Remember labels are for jars and not for people, here is to helping people be more celebvated not just tolerated!

Ruth-Ellen 🙂

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