Diversity Equity Inclusion (DEI)

The Why: A Compelling Case for Change

Despite the fact that many organizations acknowledge the business case for DEI and embrace the necessity for change, many are pursuing planned interventions that have little impact on the key elements of their DEI objectives because the interventions are not grounded in empirical evidence or data.

The How: The InclusionIndex Assessment and Process

Organizations now have the opportunity to base DEI interventions on an evidence-based methodology, that has been fully tested and scientifically validated.

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In collaboration with Aephoria, Fénix Leadership & Development is offering the InclusionIndex in the United States. The InclusionIndex is an evidence-based measurement of Diversity and Inclusion practices and culture, grounded in the behavioral and cognitive sciences, that enables organizations to measure D&I and then use the insights gained to realize their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion goals:

The InclusionIndex has been deployed by over 50 organizations and reached over 55,000 employees and stakeholders globally across public and private sectors.

The assessment survey was first launched in 2004 and has been subjected to rigorous evaluation regularly to ensure its high validity and reliability, psychometric properties which overcome the limitations of many standard employee opinion or engagement surveys.

The InclusionIndex is survey-based, easy to use, and can be completed in 20 to 30 minutes.

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KEY D&I FACTORS*

The assessment measures existing values, perspectives, experiences, and feelings of participants, in the following key areas:

*Eight factors comprise the original InclusionIndex. Organizational Belonging serves as an outcome measure. Employee Wellbeing assesses the emotional mood of participants.