How You Can Use An Evidence Based Approach to Diversity and Inclusion

I talk a lot about my PhD, it’s genuinely not to brag its part of my evidence-based approach that you need to understand

Get your pen and paper ready because I’m going to explain the importance of an evidence-based approach to your inclusion efforts

In todays show I discuss several things including:

  • Why I’m always talking about my PhD
  • The Meaning of an Evidence Based Approach
  • The problem with received wisdom

Here’s some of what I share in the show:

We promote an evidence-based approach to Inclusion

“My bio says that I combine academic rigour with commercial expertise

I lean heavily on this combination as part of an evidence-based approach”

An evidence-based approach has 4 key sources of evidence

“He talks about this and describes Evidence-Based practice as a conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of the best available evidence. That’s what we need to do”

An evidence-based approach has 6 key steps to use

“The underlying principle here is that that the more informed our decision, the more likely we are to get the outcome we want. This is what we need to create an inclusive workplace”

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The Basics of Evidence-Based Practice

The Triple Threat That Makes Minority Groups Sabotage Diversity & Inclusion [Research Breakdown]

How Favouritism Threat Turns Diversity Advocates Like You into Diversity Opponents [Research Breakdown]

The Elements of Inclusion #4