Inclusion Week Impact
Cinven wanted to launch employee resource networks and engage all its people during National Inclusion Week.
We held a kick-off keynote and then a series of network-focused conversations to catalyse the formation of staff networks.
Over half the company attended, and three employee networks have since been launched.
“Cinven Inclusion Week was a great success, largely due to the engaging and thought-provoking keynote address and daily webinars delivered by Raafi-Karim Alidina at Included. The talks were evidence-based, rich in content and in practical application. Despite running during Covid-19 lockdown, Raafi‘s sessions were interactive, entertaining and challenging, generating hundreds of conversations between colleagues across different teams and offices. Included definitely helped us raise awareness and capture people’s commitment around diversity and inclusion, paving the way for an increase in our activity and driving real progress.”
Caroline Rawes, Chief Human Resources Officer, Cinven
University of Exeter Medical School
Working towards an inclusion strategy with The European Centre for Environment and Human Health, University of Exeter Medical School
In collaboration with Included, the Centre applied for and received short term D&I funding from the UK Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to carry out the Reflections from a Centre of Environment and Human Health (REACH) Project.
Training in a Global Sports Equipment Company
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