The goal of the Together for Diversity Initiative is to promote and develop best practices in managing diversity in a dynamically changing economy.
The aim of our activities is to:
- Improve the competitiveness of enterprises
- Increase innovation
- Overcome stereotypes
- Improve the agility and speed of the organization
- Attract and keep the best talents
Our success will contribute to develop a modern society in Poland.
We build a Consortium of companies that implements, fosters and promotes a culture of diversity in business.
Together, we create a comprehensive program for sharing best practices and proven solutions form both the Polish and the global market. We are effectively changing the job market!
We organize workshops, meetings, debates, conferences, during which we share knowledge and best practices.
We build a knowledge base in the area of diversity, prepare publications, research and a social campaign.
Demographic changes taking place in Poland make the skillful management of teams diverse in terms of age a necessity.
Cultural diversity is present in almost all aspects of our lives. Globalization and ongoing migrations have resulted in the penetration of cultures living in the same area. Therefore, the key task of managers in organizations is to manage transculturality and use all its advantages. Multiculturalism is definitely the company’s potential.
Integration of people with (dis)abilities
Restrictions are in our heads. More and more people with disabilities are showing us how to not limit ourselves, how to play sports, how to think positively, how to work. In Poland, the employment of people with disabilities is still low, which results most often (from ignorance?) And common stereotypes. Meanwhile, disabled people, thanks to self-discipline, can work effectively, strive for professional self-fulfillment and perfectly motivate others.
Women and men synergy
The synergy resulting from the use at work of traits traditionally attributed to men, with those defined as typically female, brings great results in all spheres of social life, including business. Ladies, like gentlemen, can boast of many successes. Four out of ten business registered in Poland are companies run by women. These enterprises are characterized by greater stability, and businesswomen are, slightly more than their colleagues, open to diversity.