You better know what you’re talking about
How measuring Diversity & Inclusion facts and perception helps make it better
Speakers: Dr. Christine Solf | Innovation Lead for Industries, Functions & Convergence, Accenture
Nora Heger | Principal Director for Leadership & Culture, Accenture
Time: 12:30 – 13:30
Target group: I&D leads or team members, leaders responsible for D&I or with D&I KPIs
While there are so many arguments, why to work towards more diversity, inclusion and equity – most organisations ponder or even struggle to move ahead to impactful actions. We suggest leveraging data & insights a bit more to get going with your diversity activities – not without proper sensemaking of that input and creative solutioning building upon it.
We’ll bring practical experience with tools capturing an organisation’s reputation & perception when it comes to diversity to the table as well as other measurement methods – and some pragmatic hints. As a sneak preview: these tools are able to analyze diversity outside-in just building on publicly available unstructured information applying advanced neuro-linguistic algorithms. A comparison to other companies might help the solutioning as a second step.
About the event format:
In our Insights, experts provide knowledge impulses on diversity, equity and inclusion. Participants receive an in-depth overview of the topic and are sensitized to its challenges. In a Q&A session, the presented content is reflected upon and discussed using practical examples.
About the speakers
Dr. Christine Solf is a sociologist, artist and drives innovation and transformation at Accenture Europe.
For a long time she has been researching and exploring how the New emerges – in organisations, people and society. How does leadership make a difference? Which distinction is drawn by differences of any kind? How might we change perspective(s)?
With passion, persistence and humor she works to make “the New“ happen. It involves more innovation, better processes and collaboration, new ways of leading and working with diversity and inclusion at the heart of it. She acts as a partner in crime for all clients and co-creators. Right now she explores and experiments with cognitive diversity and it‘s magic effect on innovation and business.
Nora Heger is a psychologist and coach. She consults global organizations and supports leaders to make a difference for themselves and others.
Modern and responsible leaders often ask „how to get inclusion & diversity right“ to create an empowering working environment – and this goes far beyond reaching quotas. Nora is convinced that diverse and inclusive organizations need new work models, including part-time also for top positions, shared leadership, job rotation between companies and public authorities.
From own experience, Nora knows the power of data as well as challenges the resistance to „business as un-usual“. That is why she campaigns for emotional skills in the digital age and works with leaders on building emotional intelligence for themselves and their teams.
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