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Inclusive Business


As part of the IoD’s growing commitment to recognising Diversity & Inclusion as one of the leading issues affecting business today, we are proud to be launching our Inclusive Business Campaign in September 2019 in time for National Inclusion Week.

Inclusivity forms one of the central pillars of the IoD’s flagship event series, the Open House roadshow, and this campaign aims to grow our resource offering across this important and varied topic area. Through relevant unique content and special events, the IoD’s Inclusive Business campaign will shine a light on the various factors surrounding D&I, offering members support and guidance on how leaders can foster an inclusive workplace. 

Working with our own Information and Advisory Service, as well as a team of D&I experts, our pledge is to provide you with access to the latest advice, best practice and other useful resources, as well as experiences of other business leaders.

Read the IoD's Open House Inclusive Business Report here

Latest IoD Inclusion information and factsheets


Mental Health Directory

The following organisations represent a good starting point in seeking help for mental health issues.

For assistance with personal mental health:

Start simple:
It’s worth visiting your GP to discuss mental health issues – Find a GP service near you NHS.

Read all about it:
Mind is the UK’s leading mental health charity and has bags of information to impart on managing the wellness of both
yourself and others.

Call for help:
There is always someone available to listen at the Samaritans(tel. 116 123)

For support managing mental health in the workplace:

Go online: 
mentalhealthatwork offers invaluable toolkits and advice for mental health issues in the workplace.

Get qualified:
Find out more about MHFA England training for your workplace at mhfaengland or book a place on a course near you here.

Talk to experts: 
Remploy offers a free and confidential Workplace Mental Health Support Service if you are absent from work or finding work difficult because of a mental health
condition. It aims to help people remain in (or return to) their role. For more information click here.