IMF: How to generate inclusion in an (already) diverse workplace
An inclusive, more equitable organization is an intrinsically healthier organization. So, if this is the case, how can we focus on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in a way that fosters a true sense of belonging?
In this latest episode of the exciting new series, Rewilding Work with Paul Miller, DWG’s Founder and Chief Creative Officer, Paul Miller, is joined by Petra de Bruxelles, Diversity and Inclusion Advisor at the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Petra’s own personal experiences have nurtured both her interest and a successful career in the area of diversity, equity and inclusion. In this discussion, she shares observations on the IMF’s steps to recruit and develop a workforce that mirrors the organization’s membership and on its sponsorship pilot. Petra also talks about how better represented groups can benefit from a broader DEI approach.
“If we’re not inclusive and our employees don’t have a sense of belonging, and that they’re being treated equitably, then the diversity doesn’t work, right? So, I think it’s more important that we focus on the inclusion and the equitable work environment.”Petra de Bruxelles, Diversity and Inclusion Advisor at the International Monetary Fund
Joining Paul too are industry experts Dr Nicola Millard, Principal Innovation Partner at BT, and Shimrit Janes, Director of Knowledge at DWG. Together, they reflect on these fascinating real-life insights and on whether large organizations can really be agents of social change.
With the bonus of three seeds of wisdom to plant in your own organization, watch today and further grow your knowledge of DEI.
DWG’s new series features examples of how major organizations are bringing the living system approach to life through innovative approaches to sustainability, inclusion, wellbeing and purpose. For more on how senior leaders and change-makers are transforming and evolving the world of work across their organizations, like and subscribe to Rewilding Work with Paul Miller.
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