We often work with business leaders from blue-chip organisations who have set their Diversity & Inclusion Strategy in motion but find, whilst they can attracted and recruit amazing, diverse talent, they can’t retain them or aren’t seeing the results they aimed for. A lot of this can be due to the company’s leaders lacking the necessary skills to create an inclusive culture for diverse talent to thrive.
Coaching skills for inclusive cultures
Research shows diverse teams only outperform homogeneous teams if they are well managed. Our coaching skills programme designed to break down barriers, equip leaders with the tools to connect with different people, and give them a coaching method that helps the coach enable the coachee.
Since 2006, we have worked with thousands of young professionals from diverse backgrounds and more than 500 business leaders. We know what works and how to equip businesses and team leaders with empowering and enabling team, and to be more open and aware of talent from different backgrounds. Inevitably, participants become diversity champions for the business.
Participants are trained in our unique CAUSE coaching model. The model was designed to help people with different backgrounds and life experiences connect and perform.
The results are more confident, open leaders who can effectively manage and coach a diverse workplace culture to produce results.
Empower your managers with the skills to become more effective and the know-how to manage diversity in the workplace and unleash the potential of exceptional diverse talent.
Attract and hire the brilliant diverse talent your business needs to succeed with the help of our network of inspiring young professionals who want to work in companies like yours.
CSR & social impact
Take part in CSR and social impact events that create positive real changes in the lives of young adults from disadvantaged and diverse communities.
“Working with Arrival Education has had a marked effect on the way I embrace different individuals and coaching. It has helped me see that the difference in people is highly positive and something we should nurture.”