- What is Goal Mapping?
Goal MappingTM * was created by internationally acclaimed speaker and author, Brian Mayne. It’s the process of setting and achieving goals in any area of life, and in any endeavor. We use Goal Mapping to help businesses appreciate their capabilities, helping them unlock their full potential by achieving SMART goals (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time-based.
*Goal mapping was devised by Brian Mayne of Lift International and a number of our specialists are Certified Practitioners.
- What does the free Health Check include?
This is an initial exercise that a member of our team will carry out when we begin discussing your goals and the challenges you face together. We’ll ask you questions about how well Equality, Diversity and Inclusion is managed and practiced within your organisation, and we will then instantly analyse your answers to help you understand ways in which you can improve and become more progressive.
- Who have you helped become C2E Certified?
As one of the most experienced C2E Accreditation providers, we’ve helped countless companies in the UK become certified, including Borras Construction, Recroot and Care Support, Financial Ombudsman, Wates Construction and Glenrock Construction.
- What Does Equal Opportunities Mean?
‘Equal opportunities’ means that every individual is treated fairly throughout the recruitment and employment process. For example, all similarly qualified employees should have equal access and opportunity to all training and advancement facilities regardless of sex, gender, age or disability. Our goal is to help businesses ensure they are treating staff as individuals, so that they feel understood, appreciated and valued for their own set of skills.
- What are the characteristics set out in The Equality Act 2010?
The characteristics that are protected by the Equality Act 2010 are:
- Gender reassignment
- Marriage or civil partnership (in employment only)
- Pregnancy and maternity
- Religion or belief
- Sexual orientation
- What are the advantages of a diversified workplace?
In addition to helping your organisation or brand build a positive reputation, workforce diversity can play a major role in increasing productivity, expanding language skills and contributing more creative solutions. All of these can help you maintain a competitive advantage and develop a team that’s happy, appreciative and motivated, with an attitude of openness and inclusion.
- What behaviour is unlawful?
Under The Equality Act 2010, you are not allowed to discriminate, harass or victimise another person because they have any of the protected characteristics.
- Discrimination means treating one person worse than another because of a protected characteristic. You’re also not permitted to place a rule or policy that has a worse impact on someone with a protected characteristic than someone without one.
- Harassment includes unwanted conduct related to a protected characteristic which has the purpose or effect or violating someone’s dignity. This can also create a hostile, degrading, humiliating or offensive environment.
- Victimisation is treating someone negatively because they have taken (or might be taking) action under the Equality Act or supporting somebody who is doing so.