Jade Fraser, Mercedes Jenkins and Somar Ibrahim discuss how to work with data to strategically support marginalised groups in the face of economic, political and social turbulence.
Creating real change in diversity, equity and inclusion often comes down to how well we identify and understand problems within the cultural ecosystem of our organisations. As we face the impact of the current economic downturn, as well as global legal restrictions on sexual orientation and gender identity, applying an intersectional lens is integral to shaping DEI strategies that are informed by the multidimensional experiences of identity in the workplace. Our ability to navigate data can also affect the quality of our solutions.
This session covers:
- Understanding the different forms of data and analytics used to explore gaps to DEI.
- Exploring guidance to process data contextually and inform meaningful actions.
- Discovering practical ways to prepare and equip your organisation to act on data efficiently. - Learning how to apply an intersectional lens to capture important experiential insights.
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