How do you know where to start with diversity and inclusion?
If you know your organisation needs to do something about diversity and inclusion, but you don’t know what, our inclusion audit is for you.
To move forward, you need to know where you’re starting from. We review every aspect of the way your organisation currently works to find the opportunities for growth and development, to give you a clear roadmap for progress.
What is an Inclusion Audit?
“Mo and Allegra have provided us with some excellent ideas of how we can make ourselves more inclusive than we currently are […] the level of service we’ve received has been great and it’s reassuring to know that they are there to discuss ideas if we want. The audit was money well spent so thanks Mo and Allegra.”Jaci Baker, Brighton Students’ Union
The inclusion framework
Our unique inclusion framework enables us to look at diversity, inclusion and belonging holistically, taking into account all aspects of an organisation and how it works with and for leaders, staff, clients, customers, contributors, other stakeholders, and the wider community.
We use data analysis, surveys, interviews, performance evaluation and reviews of processes, policies and working methods to determine:
- your gaps and opportunities for growth
- your internal and external reputation
- goals and objectives for inclusion and belonging
- short, medium, long-term and transformational actions required
Your inclusion roadmap
The analysis from your audit will enable us to create a roadmap with step-by-step actions and timeframes to take you from where you are to where you want to be, and beyond.
We include key milestones and a measurement framework to allow you to track your progress and celebrate your success.
This will be a live project plan, shared with you as a working document for you to use along your inclusion journey.
We also provide guidance on communicating and implementing change, so that everyone feels involved and motivated to drive change.
“Watch This Sp_ce took the time to really understand how we work and our priorities, which gave us confidence that the output would be comprehensive, informed and useful – which it absolutely was. The process worked to our timeframes, was not overly demanding on our time, and everyone felt comfortable and a part of the process. The end result is a comprehensive, accessible and really action-focused assessment of where the charity is now and what we could (and should) be doing in the short, medium and longer-term. Allegra took the time to walk us through the report in detail and answer any questions we had. She has shared really useful tools, frameworks, links and ideas.Charly Young, The Girls’ Network
Overall, the process has been completely on brief, timely and engaged. The output is exactly what we needed. It has also given us the framework, process and confidence that this will become an embedded, data-driven and ongoing pursuit across the organisation. Thank you!”
Choose your starting point
This is an introductory version of the inclusion audit, designed to give you a quick initial sense of your current situation and what areas you need to focus on.
You will receive:
- Summary of key findings
- Key recommendations
- Action list for your first steps
This is the full audit that we outlined above. This is where we head into the heart of your organisation to chart the territory and draw your map.
You will receive:
- Breakdown of findings and recommendations
- Inclusion Score to benchmark your situation
- Suggested goals for the next five years
- A measurement framework to track your progress
- An action list with priority levels and timescales
- Best practice guidance to take this work forward
Cost: from £5,000