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your peer government agencies are using go culture to comply with Executive order 14035: Deia in the federal workforce.
what about your agency?
stumped on how to implement eo 14035 in practical ways?we can help.
eo 14035 mandates that all agencies
Measure DEIA via gap-analysis
Provide professional development for everyone
Develop a “voice of the employee” feedback mechanism
Report progress annually through a recommended maturity model
SO YOU HAVE A DEIA STRATEGIC PLAN . . . NOW WHAT?
The White House’s Government-Wide Strategic Plan to Advance DEIA in the Federal Workforce is jam-packed with requirements. If you are feeling overwhelmed, you are not alone. We speak with hundreds of people representing agency EEO, Civil Rights, and DEIA offices and we continue to hear a common thread: measuring and reporting progress in DEIA is tough. While measuring talent-acquisition demographic-spreads is simple, understanding how to measure agency-wide progress in the other components of DEIA is tough. We spent more than 20 years conducting research in over 40 countries to develop our proven model of measuring and reporting progress in DEIA. We understand – IT IS tough. So we provide you a simple solution to capture and report the data you need for EO 14035 in a timely manner. Here’s a glimpse of what you get.
LEARN ABOUT THE 15 FACTORS OF DEIa WE DISCOVERED THROUGH OVER 20 YEARS OF RESEARCH IN MORE THAN 40 COUNTRIES
Generate Simple Report Cards and Map a Clear Strategy
Get the friendly support you need to comply with EO 14035 before the December deadline. Contact us to set up a demo today and learn why so many of your peer agencies are adopting this simple solution to EO 14035!
“I hope more organizations will see the utility of Go Culture as one of the best moves they can make to equip teams with the human relations and cultural competency skills necessary for navigating an increasingly diverse world in a positive and productive way. The most successful organizations will step up to the plate and invest in people and that is possible through Go Culture . . .”
– Dr. Kent Willis