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The business case for diversity is simply overwhelming. The best and most informed commercial decisions are made by harnessing a variety of views and opinions. In this period of global connectivity, diversity can no longer be considered as something that is “nice to have”, it is essential.

Companies must recognise that by encouraging a diverse and inclusive work environment they are, ultimately, gaining unparalleled benefits that go far beyond what they might expect.

Businesses now have the power to bring transformative change to working culture. But this can only come from within. By now, we already inherently know that diversity is good for business and the argument for it becomes more powerful every year – and getting there begins with every one of us.

This year, the theme for International Women’s Day is centred around this very notion. Championing the idea that an equal world is an enabled world – organisers are calling for us all to broaden our perceptions and empower each other.

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Diversity and inclusion

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Championing a better working environment

In today’s globalised world, the business case for diversity is simply overwhelming. The best and most informed commercial decisions are made by harnessing a variety of views and opinions. In this period of global connectivity, diversity can no longer be considered as something that is “nice to have”, it is essential.

Companies must recognise that by encouraging a diverse and inclusive work environment they are, ultimately, gaining unparalleled benefits that go far beyond what they might expect.

Businesses now have the power to bring transformative change to working culture. But this can only come from within. By now, we already inherently know that diversity is good for business and the argument for it becomes more powerful every year – and getting there begins with every one of us.

This year, the theme for International Women’s Day is centred around this very notion. Championing the idea that an equal world is an enabled world – organisers are calling for us all to broaden our perceptions and empower each other.

Growth for business through growth for women

RSM's global Diversity and Inclusion Leader, Candice Eaton-Gaul joins CEO and founder of Women Who Lead, Frances Rios in a discussion on how middle market organisations can harness growth for business through growth for women. This powerful conversation explores the benefits of harnessing diversity and inclusion initiatives to improve the business bottom line.

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The courage it takes to #ChoosetoChallenge inequality

The courage it takes to #ChoosetoChallenge inequality

In this personal, thought-provoking blog, Candy Eaton-Gaul discusses the actions of important figures that have demonstrated bravery in challenging inequality. Ahead of International Women’s Day, Candy explains why courage, compassion and commitment can help us to achieve the unachievable.

 

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5 best practices for cultivating a diverse and inclusive business culture

Businesses that offer an inclusive working environment, for a diverse blend of employees stand ready to transform, grow and outpace their competitors. But how can organisations work to unlock these benefits? Senior figures from across the RSM global network discuss the ways that organisations can shape their approach to diversity and inclusion.

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How can we unlock the benefits of a diverse and inclusive business environment?

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Driving equality - Voices of RSM

Hear from members of our global network as they explain the importance of driving a diverse and inclusive working environment, as well as how to achieve it - particularly when it comes to providing equal opportunities for women.