Build a Culture of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging
What is SeeMe?
SeeMe is a unique digital tool designed to help organisations with their Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging Strategy to create a more human-centric culture by employing the latest data, science and the power of storytelling to See their people at work.
Why SeeMe Now?
Our future is intersectional, we are all equal, belonging matters.
Deeper Level Diversity
From global movements such as #MeToo and #BlackLivesMatter, to Gender and Ethnicity pay gap reporting, to individual lived experiences of burn-out, discrimination and a lack of equality, organisations are increasingly aware that maintaining the status quo is no longer feasible as the future of work is here, now.
More than ever, organisations are looking at how they can best support their people and cultivate more diverse and inclusive practices to reimagine a new world of work.
If organisations can truly See their people, they are better able to understand how making judgements or assumptions can give rise to discrimination, marginalisation and create barriers to employees bringing their authentic selves to work.
SeeMe provides deep level diversity insights through the nuanced response options to the questions around the 9 protected characteristics covered in UK Equality Law e.g. gender, sexual orientation and race.
Inclusion - Life is Intersectional
Inclusion is essential for engaging and retaining today’s workforce.
In 1989 Columbia Law Professor and civil rights activist Kimberlé Crenshaw coined the term intersectionality, a theoretical framework which identifies how our multiple identities can intersect and overlap to create unique modes of discrimination.
SeeMe unearths key insights from a series of demographic and work/life questions enabling organisations to see that each individual has multiple identities and lived experiences that overlap and intersect in different ways thereby paving the way for organisations to develop more inclusive strategies.
Belonging - Driving Organisational Change
Whilst most organisations understand the need to pursue greater inclusivity, most Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging initiatives fail to address the underlying issues employees face as a barrier to belonging.
Humans are hardwired for connection and belonging so when people feel excluded from the workplace, it is proven to have damaging effects on their overall wellbeing.
SeeMe connects Senior Leaders to their organisation’s need for greater Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, through building trust and a sense of connection and belonging, which the science tells us, helps us work well and do our work in a more meaningful way.
SeeMe asks key engagement questions. The response options give organisations the insights to continually drive improved employee experience.
The Story of Us
As you build your organisation by sharing your stories, having a shared sense of identity and becoming effective as teams, this will enable you to develop an inclusive culture, where diversity is valued and you all have a strong sense of connection and belonging.
SeeMe is one of the ways your organisation can build this insightful, thoughtful, and meaningful approach to be able to share with other people. The Story of Us.
SeeMe Stories in 30 words
SeeMe Options For Organisations
- SeeMe Digital Tool Deployed in your Organisation
- Aggregated Data Collected and Analysed
- Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Insights
experience and the stats
- SeeMe Line Manager Learning
- Deeper Data Insights
- Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Actions
- Organisational Ecosystem of Inclusion
- Bespoke Executive Coaching
- Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging Mastery
Respecting Data Privacy
It is vital to ensure the data is anonymous to the people looking at the data set. Therefore, confidentiality and respecting people’s data privacy is critical. If you’d like to understand what we do with your data once you’ve submitted it, please read our Privacy Notice.
Our aim is that our data contributes to driving social change in areas such as pay gaps, improving social mobility, and removing discrimination when it comes to race, neurodiversity and mental health.