Victoria Dale | EW Group Diversity and Organisational Development Consultant

Victoria Dale

Diversity and Organisational Development Consultant

Victoria Dale is a highly accomplished diversity and inclusion consultant with extensive experience working across the public, private and voluntary sectors. Her key areas of specialism are Diversity Audits, Equality Impact Assessments, Research and Analysis and Inclusive Cultures training. She has conducted audits for a wide range of organisations including Dentsu, Make-A-Wish, Onfido, Doddle and 2020 Delivery.

Victoria’s enthusiasm, passion and vast knowledge of diversity and inclusion shines through her training and facilitation. She is always keen to inspire, engage and encourage everyone’s participation and help deliver real positive results. She’s designed and delivered bespoke training on recruitment and selection, unconscious bias and equality impact assessments. Victoria’s practical style means she is well-versed in providing pragmatic recommendations on how to challenge unconscious bias in the workplace. Victoria has delivered EW courses in Building Inclusive Cultures for RSA, British Horseracing Authority, Halfords. Victoria is an Associate member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. Additionally, she’s delivered general diversity and inclusion courses to a wide array of clients.

Her interactive, supportive and fun approach means participants are always kept on their toes with challenging and exciting activities that inspire and empower staff to identify practical applications of their new-found diversity knowledge at work. Previous clients include Dentsu, Agilisys, Onfido, Epson Europe, Babcock Marine, Greater London Authority, Transport for London, Network Rail, Big Lottery Fund, University of Brighton, South Westminster Business Improvement Districts, LNER, Portsmouth City Council and St Christopher’s Hospice in London.

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Reduce unconscious bias with mindfulness

25 April 2021 | Victoria Dale