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, increases understanding of their customers and society and ignites 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 views that all 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.
Gender diversity is also a regular topic of Amrop studies. At Amrop, we define ourselves as pioneers in our industry when it comes to promoting women: With Annika Farin as Global Chair and Brigitte Arhold as Chief Operating Officer, two women are forming the top of our global group of companies. Amrop Turkiye is a woman led organisation and strongly supports the women empowerement in business life.
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 includes evaluating and re-energizing their existing initiatives to move the organization to the next level.
As diversity is defined by the interaction of organizational 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.
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