In an environment where diversity flourishes and inclusion is core to the corporate culture, all individuals can bring their true selves to work. A diverse workforce means that an organization has access to an abundance of experiences, perspectives, and opinions that enrich their decision-making, increase understanding of their customers and society, and ignite innovation. Employees feel valued, empowered, and energized – resulting in higher commitment, performance, and fun at work. It is in this melting pot of points of view that the true power and advantage of a diverse and inclusive business comes to life.
Today’s organizations recognize the power that lies in diversity and inclusion and have set up D&I programs and initiatives. Others are in the process of entering into their diversity journey.
Amrop’s “Diversity Journey Program” supports our clients in building a focused roadmap to move towards increased diversity and anchor inclusiveness as a core aspect of their organizational culture. And it evaluates and re-energizes their existing initiatives to move the organization to the next level.
As diversity is defined by the context and inclusion results from the interaction of context and individuals, our “Diversity Journey Program” always considers both aspects – the individual and the organizational.
“Amrop’s Diversity Journey” is a modular and highly customized program, bespoke and to your needs.
Latin America Board-Ready Women: Win-Win For Global Boards
Latin America has been the cradle for a host of notable professionals. From Nobel Prize-winning scientists, to award-winning writers, musicians, artists and politicians.
How is the region’s unique DNA reflected in its corporate leaders?
Boardroom Talent: How can Executive Search do better?
Executive search consultants are extremely discreet; their clients and candidates need them to be. For Amrop’s Eelco van Eijck, one undesirable consequence is that clients lack a clear view of their profession. And that the sector feels insufficient incentive to apply professional and behavioral rules, or develop its quality standard.
The New Shape of Work: Why the Only Way Up is No Longer Up
Any credible career should follow an uninterrupted, upward trajectory, or so the assumption goes. Many hiring organizations, executive search firms, and leadership candidates still exercise this kind of ‘up or out’ thinking. Yet a growing number of successful executives are seriously questioning What’s Next.