C3 - #DEIRetention

by Gary Loke

  • Gain practical solutions that extend beyond mere discussion, transitioning organisations from conversations about diversity to actual implementation of sustainable DE&I strategies.
  • Learn how leaders encourage genuine engagement in DE&I, effectively combatting “diversity fatigue.”
  • Build long-lasting DE&I values and plans that yield long-term outcomes that align with your ESG goals.
  • Implement a reliable framework and develop appropriate KPIs for monitoring progress and evaluating the effectiveness of DE&I strategies.
  • Equip your people with the necessary skills to actively shape a more inclusive, fair, and sustainable organisation.

What is the #DEIRetention programme?

Explore the transformative power of LLM’s #DEIRetention programme and understand how our comprehensive tailored workshop, followed by deep-dive assessments, mentoring and coaching can drive innovation, foster a sustainable and inclusive culture within your organisation.

What are the objectives?

We aim to underscore the crucial importance of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) in your organisation’s ongoing success and sustainability. We focus on long term values-based culture change and developing, Cultural Intelligence (CQ), and embedding DE&I initiatives within your teams to foster a conducive and inclusive work environment. Using real-life examples, we will demonstrate the tangible benefits of strong DE&I practice and outline the role of CQ in driving innovation, creativity, and sustainability.

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Our proven methodology for sustainable success

Our #DEIRetention team workshop covers crucial DE&I methodologies to support the delivery and design of your ESG goals, including:

  • Leadership and Sustainable Diversity Management: We present methods for leaders to effectively guide diverse teams, with an emphasis on the role of authentic leadership and cultural intelligence in advocating for sustainable equity and inclusion.
  • Fostering Inclusion, Belonging and Well-being: We detail actionable steps that organisations can follow to nurture an inclusive and receptive environment, thereby supporting employee well-being and fostering an ethos of innovation, creativity, and sustainability.
  • Diversity Conflict resolution: Using human centred approaches to manage diverse and sometime conflicting views so as to create an open and inclusive environment.
  • The Correlation between DE&I, Sustainability, and Performance: We underscore the link between DE&I and sustainability initiatives and their impact on performance, elucidating how these initiatives enhance job satisfaction, meet consumer expectations and contribute to ESG targets.
  • Measurability:

    LLM will work with organisations to agree clear KPIs tailored to your needs and the course objectives.

  • Format:

    Our #DEIRetention workshop offers personalised one-on-one sessions tailored to your specific needs. You can choose between in-person or online Zoom sessions, ensuring flexibility, accessibility, and effectiveness.

    Our comprehensive #DEIRetention program includes three months of team coaching. Alternatively, it can be offered as six months of personalised, one-on-one coaching.

  • Size:

    Our workshops accommodate up to 20 participants to ensure quality interaction. For larger groups, we recommend extra sessions.

About the consultant

Gary Loke, Diversity, Inclusion and Education Consultant

Gary Loke is renowned for his expertise in advancing equality and creating inclusive environments within international organisations. With over 20 years of experience, he leverages his deep understanding of the subject to help LLM’s clients embed diversity and inclusion into their operations. Gary offers visionary strategies that exceed compliance and genuinely celebrate diversity, enabling individuals to thrive. His international experience ensures clients receive innovative, custom solutions for their diversity challenges.

Alternating his base between London and Singapore, Gary has extensive expertise in gender equality and social inclusion, providing technical advice for the UK’s Skills for Prosperity program in 9 countries and leading both an equality review and strategy development for the British Council East Asia partnerships across 12 countries. His consultancy work includes contributions to Skills for Health and Eurydice.

Employing his prior experience as the Director at Advance HE, and Deputy Chief Executive at Equality Challenge Unit, he has supported education and research bodies, such as the Gender Equality Commission of the Swiss National Science Foundation and Coventry University’s Centre for Global Learning. Additionally, Gary’s academic tenure includes a stint as visiting researcher at the University of Chester’s law school.

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