Using data to establish a baseline and track progress
Diversity, Equality and Inclusion workshop: 8th December 2014
This workshop was arranged for diversity champions and staff leads seeking to increase their understanding of data collection and use in a diversity context, for identifying priorities and tracking progress
Event chair: Caroline Waters OBE – Deputy Chair, Equality & Human Rights Commission
Introduction to Benchmarking & Monitoring (Plenary)
An overview of the case for benchmarking and monitoring, and how to use data to prioritise action, identify barriers and demonstrate progress.
- Sandra Kerr OBE – National Director, Race for Opportunity BITC (Business in the Community)
- Peter Hall – Member Engagement Manager, enei (Employer’s Network for Equality & Inclusion) – Download presentation (PDF)
- Sandie Maile – Equality & Research Officer, Prospect – Download presentation (PDF)
Practical Aspects of Benchmarking & Monitoring (for staff leads)
Data collection from a membership perspective and database management, case studies of organisations who have successfully implemented monitoring. What benchmarking data is available and how might it be used.
- Gill Thomas – HR Manager, BT
- Jenny Young – Head of Diversity, Royal Academy of Engineering – Download presentation (PDF)
- Melissa Black – Business Intelligence Executive, Royal Society of Chemistry – Download presentation (PDF)
Inclusive Leadership (for Diversity Champions)
How to ensure your leadership is inclusive.
- Peter Hall – Member Engagement Manager, enei – Download presentation (PDF)
How might the Science Council support benchmarking? (Plenary)
An overview of benchmarking data available through the Science Council and discussion of further benchmarking opportunities.
- Diana Garnham – Chief Executive, Science Council – Download presentation (PDF)