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Diversity and Inclusion


To create a programme which combined tailored scenes and skills development practice and raise awareness of pinpointed topics and stimulate discussion.

What we did:

We conducted diagnostic research to identify the precise issues within the department, including informal interviews where both problematic and successful working practices were discussed.


We designed workshop sessions, involving a healthy mix of discussion, debate, and engagement. The interactive training featured scenarios reflecting the departmental culture and focussed on challenging inappropriate behaviour to create more; inclusive departments.

In addition to this, an action plan for change was formulated and implemented to encourage and sustain models of good working practice.


  1. Collaborative Working

  2. Acceptable behaviour

  3. Reduce Bullying and harassment

Defence Statistics at work


92% of delegates affirmed that the event had made them think about their own language and behaviour and 100% fed back that they would recommend the training to a colleague.

Participants described the training as engaging, thought-provoking and informative.

“You know the training has had a positive impact when the staff are still talking about the training opportunity a week later! The training was outstanding.”

Lt Col Gary Connolly, Chief of Staff, DSEME

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