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The FTSE Women Leaders Review is an independent, business-led framework, supported by the Government, which sets recommendations for Britain’s largest companies to improve the representation of Women on Boards and in Leadership positions.

Mentore has been a long-time supporter of this review formerly known as the Hampton-Alexander Review, and are privileged to count Denise Wilson, CEO, Hampton-Alexander Review , as one of our mentors.

An introduction to celebrating gender diversity in the workplace looking at inclusive language and best practice inclusive workplaces.

This report looks at how best to incorporate new DEI initiatives to foster strong employee relationships and increase organisational success
The universe of skills is expanding and required skills are changing rapidly. AI is driving the evolution of skills by replacing the repetitive tasks in some talent profiles and by elevating and augmenting human behaviour. Strategically redesigning roles based on potential AI impact will help HR leaders build the workforce of the future.
This article looks at why diversity programs fail, taking into account different organisational and cultural contexts and looking through the lens of different stakeholders.
The global Covid-19 pandemic has shown the wider societal importance of reducing inequality. These reports informed by CIPD research (conducted between Nov 2019 and 10 Jan 2020) discuss the ways which employers and the HR community can act to eliminate racism in the workplace. Employers are in a strong position to make an impact through actions such as reducing discrimination, training line managers, establishing employee network groups and build trust with people from all ethnic minority backgrounds.
Inclusive leadership is emerging as a unique and critical capability helping organisations adapt to diverse customers, markets, ideas and talent. For those working around a leader, such as a manager, direct report or peer, the single most important trait generating a sense of inclusiveness is a leader’s visible awareness of bias. But to fully capitalize on their cognizance of bias, leaders also must express both humility and empathy. This article describes organizational practices that can help leaders become more inclusive and enhance the performance of their teams.
Shavon Lindley, CEO of Mentoring Method, recently interviewed Mentore Consulting CEO Emma Avignon for Forbes on what makes success in the workplace and how to measure it. Avignon explains how she learned to establish her value while exploring different corporate roles and how she found her true purpose by aligning work with her core values and embracing change. Avignon also shares a series of questions that have allowed her to ensure measurable success.
On Sunday 29th April 2018, BBC Radio 4 “In Business” aired an episode on sexual harassment in the workplace, which featured one of our mentors, Jan Babiak. Jan shared her personal story and suggested initiatives, such as bystander training, to combat the issue.
Mentore has contributed to the CMI Women’s ‘Broken Windows’ campaign, which reveals the gender bias that still exist for many women in the workplace today. Fixing these ‘broken windows’ of bias is the most urgent challenge facing any manager trying to support gender balance in their organisation. The campaign encourages men and women to call out, challenge and change behaviours.
Achieving gender equality in the workplace.