Measuring Inclusion: A Data-Based Approach (EMEA)


Many inclusion initiatives struggle with questions such as where to begin, what to prioritize, and how to ensure sustainable progress. The Inclusive Behaviors Inventory (IBI) has now been in use for more than five years by tens of thousands of employees working in numerous industries in business locations around the world. Our latest analysis of IBI survey data holds important implications for domestic and global inclusion initiatives.

For example, did you know that employees give lower ratings to key inclusion items such as how well they know others in their workplace, or their knowledge about what motivates their colleagues? There are also highly significant differences between the responses of people from different countries, genders, educational backgrounds, generations, and functions with important implications for almost every inclusion effort.

Join us for a 75-minute webinar where we explore key learnings to inform your inclusion efforts on both individual and organizational levels.

Participants will receive:

  • A brief overview of the five IBI survey dimensions, along with key indicators focused on psychological safety and prejudice reduction
  • Demographic comparisons based on region, gender, education, age, and job function
  • Seven key takeaways for inclusion initiatives and training programs
  • A copy of our report, “Measuring Inclusion: Data from the Inclusive Behaviors Inventory
  • A recording of the session

Participants who register and attend will also receive free trial access to the Inclusive Behaviors Inventory and a preview of our next research steps as more data becomes available.

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Simone-Eva Redrupp
Director of Consulting, EMEA

Simone-Eva Redrupp assists executives from around the world in developing global leadership skills and building on their company’s leadership competencies. She has partnered with companies in the fast-moving consumer goods sector as well as the pharmaceutical, automotive, and luxury industries. Ms. Redrupp holds a BA from Rice University and has completed courses at the University of Freiburg, Germany. She also holds an MBA/MIM (Master’s in International Management) from the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Arizona.

Ernest Gundling, Ph.D.
Co-Founder and Managing Partner

Dr. Gundling has worked with numerous Fortune 500 firms and is a sought-after keynote speaker and executive coach. He has lived in Asia and Europe, including six years in Japan. Dr. Gundling holds a Ph.D. and M.A. from the University of Chicago, and a B.A. from Stanford University; he also serves as a Lecturer in the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of seven books, the latest titled, Inclusive Leadership, Global Impact.