Welcome to our toolkits section where you will find a host of information, guidance, research, blogs, podcasts and more on a growing range of topics. Our toolkits are designed to be easy to navigate so that you can easily find the information you need and broken into bite-sized chunks to meet the needs of busy people managers, D&I and HR professionals and senior leaders.
Our People Manager Toolkit – sponsored by Microlink – is designed to help your organisation’s People Managers create and sustain thriving inclusive teams. It has advice on performance management, managing attendance and workplace adjustments.
Our Mental Health Toolkit – sponsored by Anglo American – aims to help you follow best practice when it comes to protecting and enhancing your employees’ mental health. It is designed to help inform your organisation’s mental health strategy. It’s available free to Members and Partners.
Our Neurodiversity Toolkit – sponsored by Microsoft – aims to help you become more inclusive to neurodiverse employees, customers, clients and service users. It has advice on workplace adjustments, creating positive environments, and recruiting neurodiverse talent. It’s available free to Members and Partners.
Our Redundancy and Redeployment Toolkit aims to help you navigate the process of making redundancies and redeploying staff in a fair and inclusive way, during a difficult time for many businesses. It’s available free to Members and Partners.
Our Inclusive Communication Toolkit – sponsored by Skipton – provides you with advice and guidance on how you can include all your audiences when communicating with them. It’s available free to Members and Partners.
Our current toolkits can be accessed below. They are divided into sections so you can see at a glance the content for people managers, the deeper dive for HR and D&I professionals and resources for senior leaders. We also share examples of what some of our Members and Partners are doing in our case studies section.
We add new content to existing toolkits on a regular basis so please do check back and see what’s new. We will also be creating new toolkits so if there is a subject that you are particularly keen to see covered, please let us know.