Case for Change video 8
What gets measured gets done and outlining clear responsibility and accountability for progress ensures that you're are achieving gender diversity aligned with your strategic outcomes.
Your commitment to diversity helps to challenge traditional thinking around gender stereotypes in sport and recreation, reinforcing that sport and recreation is for everyone in the community.
Consider appropriate communication channels for announcing your targets to the public. Your organisation could adopt a multi-channel approach through a number of these options:
Communicate your results against your targets within your organisation on a regular basis. Your organisation could take the opportunity to celebrate your success, for example with your sponsors, members and within the industry.
Create actions plans and assign accountability to the right people within your organisation to ensure positive progress in achieving gender diversity is realised.
Throughout the course of these videos, we have shared with you the eight key steps that your organisation needs to do in order to improve gender diversity. To recap, the eight key steps are to:
We also discussed the key benefits that gender diversity can bring to your organisation and provide you with a strategic advantage. These key benefits, detailed within our research based case for change can be broken down into four key areas:
Remember, a gender diverse Board and workforce generates tangible benefits, such as increased efficiency, productivity, innovation and employee engagement –irrespective of sector or size. It is up to all of us to keep gender on the agenda in order to improve gender diversity for senior leadership roles in sport and recreation.
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