OUR SERVICES

Watch this video to learn more about Diversity Inclusion's services:

 
 

Philosophy

wisdom.png

wisdom

“In that quiet centre there is perspective and balance and a recognition of what really matters” (p.138 'Thrive' Ariana Huffington)

In creating more diverse and inclusive workplaces, harnessing wisdom is critical. Our approach and services draw on current research to support your organisation to become more diverse and inclusive.

Considered in our approach are:

  • The influence of unconscious biases in decision making in organisations
  • Employee productivity, engagement and wellbeing in a fast-paced digital age
  • The broad and long lasting benefits of diversity both financially and ethically

Diversity Inclusion helps organisations to achieve perspective, wisdom and balance, in order to make the best decisions for organisations and people.

wellbeing

We work in a fast-paced, digital age which allows us to work anytime and anywhere. Instead of using technology to create more flexibility and freedom, we often use it as a way to cram more hours of work into the day. This is called “work/life chaos”, the concept that we expect that work will spill into our personal lives and vice versa.

So why have we evolved to work in this way? For many of us it is because we rely on old fashioned ideas of what commitment looks like. Commitment is often measured by the length of time people are present at work, rather than quality of output. Employees feel increasingly rushed for time, stretched, and conflicted over their home and work responsibilities. 

At Diversity Inclusion, we support organisations to maximise the organisation's and employees' well-being by creating new ways of work and measuring performance that are better suited to our world today, and which supports a more diverse and inclusive place to work.

wonder.png

wonder

“Wonder is the beginning of Wisdom” (Socrates).

How many of us, during the course of our busy lives, wonder if there is a better way:  a better way to work, a better way to live and a better way to run our organisations? The word ‘wonder’ seems out of place when we are talking about our workplaces, because so many of us leave our passions and the things we really care about behind when we go to work.

At Diversity Inclusion we believe that wonder is synonymous with the workplace, both for organisations and the individuals within them. Many organisations are now seeking to increase their levels of diversity, feeling the need to demonstrate they too are ‘on board’ with this concept. But how many are truly aware of the ‘wonder’ that diversity can bring to their organisations? By building diverse teams organisations can realise the benefits of diverse thought and experience as well as the financial benefits. 

 

Lucinda black and white.jpg

LUCINDA HEWITSON

"Our vision is to support every industry and sector in Australia to become more diverse and inclusive so that every organisation enjoys the benefits of diversity and every person gets a fair go"


Diversity Inclusion-5406.jpg

 

 

 

OUR TEAM

 
Diversity Inclusion-5384.jpg

Lucinda Hewitson

CEO & Founder

BPsych (Honours), MPsych

Lucinda Hewitson is an industry leader in Diversity & Inclusion and works with companies and industry bodies to capitalise on the benefits. Lucinda is an Organisational Psychologist with 20 years’ experience working with companies in Australia and overseas. 

Since establishing her business in 2013, Lucinda has advised global mining companies, federal and state government agencies, utilities, the insurance sector and international consulting firms on improving diversity in the workplace. 

Lucinda was formerly the Head of HR: Recruitment, Resourcing and Diversity & Inclusion at BAE Systems Australia. She was a finalist in the 2013 AHRI Diversity Awards and a Telstra Business Women's Award finalist in 2015. Lucinda is the Chairman of Spence Club, a network that supports South Australian women.

Diversity Inclusion-5390.jpg

Tara Zwaans

D&I Manager

BPsych (Honours), MPsych

As D&I Manager at Diversity Inclusion, Tara leads and supports projects designed to promote Diversity and Inclusion, and assists organisations to adopt new ways of working (e.g. flexible working), supported by her knowledge and experience in the human factors domain. 

Her skills include workshop design and facilitation, strategy development, communications, and survey design and analysis. She specialises in the areas of culture change, leadership development, inclusive recruitment, reviews of policy and processes, and creating psychologically safe work environments.

Tara has a strong belief in a collaborative and evidence-based approach. 

Jordan profile pic.JPG

Jordan Gabriels 

Diversity Consultant

BPsych (Honours)

Drawing on his strong research skills, Jordan is able to tailor research to meet organisations’ specific needs and objectives, in particular, the development and delivery of tools and training workshops. Jordan’s experience teaching courses in research methods and statistics enables him to communicate the complexities of research design and data analysis to a wide range of audiences.

Jordan specialises in the implementation of modern work practices, that enable people to adapt to rapid advances in technology, demographic shifts and changing attitudes to work.

Jordan is also currently completing his PhD/Masters of Psychology at The University of Adelaide. 

Diversity Inclusion-5386.jpg

Caron yep

GDipSc(Physiology), MPsych

Caron has an extensive background working for large global companies both in Australia and in the UK across a broad range of industries. Most recently Caron worked as Program Manager, Talent and Diversity Specialist for BHP Billiton. 

Caron’s applies her knowledge in organisational psychology, emotional intelligence, human resource management, change leadership, applied neuroscience and systems thinking, to develop solutions and increase performance.

With skills in leadership development and coaching, program management, facilitation, training design, delivery and evaluation and organisation culture and employee engagement, Caron delivers cultural and capability programs that make a real impact. Caron employs a collaborative working style and builds strong working relationships to achieve buy in and ownership of diversity and inclusion initiatives.

 

IMG_9470.JPG

leanne camilleri

Leanne is currently studying behavioural science and recently attended the 5th World Congress of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing in Canada.

Leanne is passionate about creating positive workplace cultures and promoting employee wellbeing through positive psychology and mindfulness.

With skills in workshop facilitation and mindfulness interventions, Leanne is a facilitator of Diversity Inclusion's Call it Out Program, holds a seat on the Employee Representative Council and the newly formed WH&S Wellbeing Sub-committee in her workplace.

Leanne runs lunchtime mindfulness sessions to educate employees on wellbeing practices to improve wellbeing and build resilience within her workplace.

DI P Martin 3.JPG

Pamela Martin

BBA, DipPM, Grad.DipMgt, DipFM 

Pam Martin brings a high level of expertise to clients in their transition to new workplaces, including Activity Based Working (ABW). Pam has successfully program managed and provided governance support to several corporate real estate projects, including Bendigo and Adelaide Bank's relocation of more than 1000 staff to a new building, in which Activity Based Working is practiced.

Pam establishes and effectively manages professional relationships with key external and internal stakeholders to achieve project schedules and deliverables. Her experience in developing corporate property strategies, management of workplace accommodation including project expenditure and budget, and her ability to seek innovative solutions to complex business challenges make her an integral part of any team delivering change to how an organisation works.

business case for diversity

watch this video To learn more about why diversity is good for your business... 

 
Diversity inclusion, business case for diversity