Your organisation wants to take the next step towards becoming more diverse and inclusive, but where to start? The more you get the organisational foundations right the higher the added value from diversity and inclusion will be, stretching far beyond the limitations of organic diversification. Research shows that well-managed heterogeneous teams clearly outperform homogeneous teams.  


This workshop focuses on: 

  • The critical success factors to build a diverse organisation
  • The steps towards creating an inclusive company culture
  • Revealing unconscious bias towards diversity in your processes and team/individual behaviour.

The workshop can be run as an inspiration session of 90 minutes up to a full-day workshop (in combination with the workshop: “Why and how to get multicultural diversity on the agenda”

Target audience for this workshop: 

  • Senior management 
  • Recruitment / HR business partners / L&D
  • Hiring and line managers 
  • Diversity and inclusion teams / taskforces 

The workshop can be run separately for each stakeholder group or in mixed teams to stimulate cross-functional and cross-level ambassadorship and knowledge/experience.  



Want to get inspired? Download our free e-book on building a diverse organisation and getting the foundations right:


This guide and a complementary learning module is developed with the support of the European Social Fund and the Flemish goverment and co-created with Vlerick Business School. All info on the development of the guides can be found on our blog.

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