aT THE FOREFRONT OF ADVANCING DIVERSITY, equality and inclusivity
Through our collective experience, we have developed diversity and inclusion benchmarks for a variety of sectors including Charities, trusts and foundations, Horticulture, Social Investment, Tech, Education, and more. We have worked with senior leaders nationally and internationally to publish diversity and inclusion data as well as developing best practices for a number of sectors.
At Inclusive Boards, we pride ourselves on the delivery of world-class reports that act as strong evidence-based reporting to support organisations as they develop their strategy. We collect data using a mixed-methods approach ensuring that organisations and sectors can measure distance travelled. We produce internal reports and accept external commissions. If you have research you would like us to help you with we would love to hear from you.
Inclusive Finance Report
WOMEN IN THE UK ENGINEERING SECTOR
Women in the UK Tech Sector
INCLUSIVE FINANCE REPORT
The term financial resilience is defined as the “ability to cope financially when faced with a sudden fall in income or unavoidable rise in expenditure.” Given the collective hardship of the pandemic, such a term is of particular salience, as people lost their jobs due to the impact of the virus. Closely associated with financial resilience is financial inclusion, where individuals, regardless of their background or income, have access to useful and affordable financial products and services. For institutions and service providers to be financially inclusive, all customers must be treated fairly and not be denied access.
ENGINEERING A BETTER FUTURE: SOLVING THE UNDERREPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN THE UK ENGINEERING SECTOR
The UK engineering sector is currently facing a crisis. Women are grossly underrepresented in the sector compared to men, currently accounting for just 12% of engineers and 15% of engineering undergraduate students. We conducted a detailed quantitative survey of the top 500 engineering firms operating in the UK by revenue. We examined the diversity make-up of their Boards and executives by analysing their gender, ethnicity, age profiles and socioeconomic backgrounds.
At Inclusive Boards we pride ourselves on the delivery of world class reports that act as strong data driven evidence bases for both organisations and sectors looking to make measurable progress. We produce numerous internal reports and accept external commissions. If you have research you would like us to help you with we would love to hear from you.
DISABILITY IN LEADERSHIP TOOLKIT
Inclusive Boards Disability in Leadership Toolkit is aimed at increasing the representation of disabled people at Board level and within senior leadership. The toolkit provides insights, guidance and recommendations for Boards and senior teams across different sectors to help improve their disability diversity, covering best practices for engagement and recruitment of disabled candidates as well as retention of Board members and senior leaders with impairments. We will be releasing annual updates to the toolkit, so please get in touch if you would like to partner.