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Designing for Inclusion

 

Brilliance Realised podcast series

In this episode, join Catherine de la Poer as she delves into the future of work with special guest Danielle Harmer, Chief People Officer at Aviva. Get ready for a deep dive into the strategies and insights that are shaping the way organisations approach inclusion in the workplace.

Danielle kicks things off by highlighting the crucial difference between fairness and equality, revealing how personalised approaches pave the way for genuine inclusion. Plus, discover the power of language in job postings and why gender-inclusive messaging is key to attracting a diverse talent pool.

But it’s not just about diversity for diversity’s sake, Danielle reveals the tangible benefits of building an inclusive organisation. From incorporating inclusion measures into executive incentives to winning over investors, she proves that diversity drives success.

Danielle champions transparency in everything from salary discussions to reward reviews, advocating for a level playing field for all employees. And with the rise of internal talent marketplaces, she shows how technology is empowering individuals to take charge of their careers like never before.

Don’t miss out on a great episode!

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