EW Group is the UK’s leading diversity consultancy
We help organizations from the public, private and non-profit sectors to embrace diversity in all its forms and to create cultures of inclusion, equity and belonging. We do this at two levels: systemic (through strategy, audit and analysis) and behavioral (through learning and development).
We’re incredibly passionate about the work we do. We believe every employee has the right to a workplace that values and celebrates the multi-layered, interconnected facets that make up our identities as individuals. And we know that this approach brings tangible business benefits to all our clients.
We’ve worked with over 3,500 companies in 85 countries around the world
Our worldwide network of diversity experts offers businesses of all sizes and sectors the quality, credibility and capacity to deliver high-impact development programs and help them progress on their unique DEI journeys.
- Our team of diversity consultants has:
Joined forces with household names like adidas, Mercedes-AMG F1, The White Company, Santander, BBC, URBN and The Economist Group.
Co-designed tailored diversity development programs for global powerhouses like Harvey Nash, Johnson Matthey and Smurfit Kappa.
Carried out research and training for public bodies like the NHS, Arts Council England and the Greater London Authority.
Collaborated with custodians of education like Royal Holloway University, Newcastle College Group, Goldsmiths and University of the Arts London.
Proudly partnered with non-profits like Make-A-Wish, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, Women’s Aid and ShelterBox.
We are also an Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Approved Centre, offering a range of open professional development programs.
Our highly tailored approach to diversity development
We steer clear of off-the-shelf solutions. Instead, we develop high-quality content which reflects the client’s identity and training priorities. This approach considers key messages and challenges that are unique to the client: by tapping into an organization’s own culture, we’re able to gain significant traction when it comes to engagement and measurable shifts in perceptions.