Don’t worry, you’re not alone! Building a culture of inclusive growth isn’t easy – and it doesn’t happen
overnight. Chances are you’re committed to making an impact in your organisation, but there are
far too many obstacles along the way…
Whether it’s through a lack of data, senior leaders not walking the talk, window dressing or wider
cultural issues, you might be finding it hard to influence lasting change in your workplace. It’s like
you’re banging your head against a brick wall!
With The Inclusive Growth Culture Programme, you can influence systemic change in your
workplace. You’ll motivate senior leaders, implement a sustainable inclusivity infrastructure and
become the employer of choice in your industry.
Hi! Toby Mildon here… And I can bridge the gap between where you are
and where you want to be when it comes to diversity and inclusion.
How can I be so sure? Because I’ve worked with some of the UK’s largest
companies – including BBC, Deloitte, Sony and HarperCollins – to deliver
sustainable, diverse and inclusive workplaces that make a strong impact
on business performance.
As you can probably tell, I’m incredibly passionate about inclusion (with
professional and lived experience). And through my Inclusive Growth
system, I help Heads of HR improve employee engagement, retention and productivity.
For successful organisations, diversity and inclusion is about more than
just ticking boxes or avoiding negative headlines. Together, we can
create a workplace where everyone feels welcome and empowered.
The Inclusive Growth Culture Programme is an exclusive, flexible course
built for companies with at least 250 members of staff (or expecting to employ more than 250 people and start calculating their gender pay gap!)
Designed for Heads of HR who want to attract, recruit, retain and develop
the best talent, the programme follows a proven, practical 7-step
framework to clearly and effectively deliver a sustainable, diverse and
At Mildon, we’re passionate about creating inclusive workplaces. Everything we do is aligned to the
sustainable development goals of the United Nations. More than anything, our mission is to create
economic growth and reduce inequalities.