Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging (DEIB) in the workplace


This 10-point checklist will help you better understand what DEIB in the workplace means, why it’s important, and how to start authentically building programs.

To help talent retention, organisations need to evolve their approach to building community, cohesion, and a sense of belonging at work.

Embracing DEIB in the workplace can create a positive work environment, foster innovation, and allows businesses to attract and retain top talent. Importantly, it can also improve innovation, decision making, strengthen customer relationships, providing real and positive impacts on the bottom line.

The overall impact of DEIB is now widely recognised as a key driver of success in today’s diverse and interconnected world.

About the Author

TEC Chair Sandra Poon is a strategy advisor, transformation specialist and a certified Advisory Board Chair and business coach, working with SMEs and business owners to grow their businesses, providing practical and actionable advice.  

Sandra’s secret super-power is her ability to understand an organisation’s landscape quickly and identify ways to make it better.

Get to know more about Sandra Poon and the benefits of TEC membership here.

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