Our foundation lies at the intersection of applied research and a desire to see individuals reach their potential.
We believe that people are the most valuable asset within an organisation and that individuals should be given the opportunity to reach their potential within the workplace.
We are committed to supporting organisations that want to help their people to unleash their potential and drive performance through inclusive practices.
Your employees are the most valuable asset in your organisation.
Worry about engaging minority groups?
Diversity and inclusion initiatives can exclude the people they are intended to benefit because most initiatives are often concerned with changing the behaviours of decision makers within an organisation. This can lead to high turnover of staff which is extremely costly to a business.
Struggle to develop a culture of inclusion?
Organisations that don’t create a culture of inclusion struggle to get their employees to reach their potential. This lowers productivity and therefore lower profitability meaning that the business doesn’t reach it’s potential.
Have a compelling business case for diversity ?
Many organisations do not have a compelling business case for diversity for their specific organisations. This can be recognised when employees can’t articulate how diversity benefits their organisation. This often leads to the perception that diversity and inclusion doesn’t help the business.
Employee resource groups are voluntary groups of employees within an organisation whose members share a common social identity or interests.
Employee resource groups are powerful because they can help people to unleash their potential and drive performance within an organisation.
More and more businesses are recognising the value of employee resource groups, the number of employee resource groups in organisations has dramatically increased over the past 40 years.
Reasons you need employee resource groups in your company
Jonathan is the Managing Director of Resource Groups Company. He is known for his research exploring the experiences of minority groups within the workplace.
Our research driven approach is based upon his PhD thesis conducted at the London School of Economics .
Jonathan is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and has worked in media organisations including The Walt Disney Company and Channel 4. Jonathan combines his professional expertise with academic rigour to deliver high impact solutions to our clients.