Locking in Your Leadership: Toolkit for Developing a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.

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Business CaseRelease Date: September 16th, 2014

Does your organization have a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy? When trying to tackle such a complex challenge as creating a more inclusive organization, it’s absolutely imperative that you have a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy to help everyone in your organization understand what needs to be done.

We are pleased to present the second in our Locking in Your Leadership series of toolkits: the Toolkit for Developing a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.  Like the first Locking in your Leadership toolkit, which provided a framework for a Diversity and Inclusion Business Case, the contents of this Strategy toolkit are derived from a truly collaborative effort—this time with input from over 180 diversity, inclusion, equity and human rights professionals across Canada.

At our Community of Practice events in January and February of 2014 – hosted in Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal – we presented the results of the Diversity Business Case Toolkit, and asked participants to contribute to the second part of the process: developing a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy.   We were delighted with the level of engagement and enthusiasm amongst the participants at our COP Events, and thank everyone who contributed to this toolkit.

Authored by Cathy Gallagher-Louisy, the purpose of this toolkit is to give you the framework for creating a D&I Strategy document that can be easily customized to suit any type of organization whether large or small, whether public sector, non-profit, or private sector companies.

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