Why Choose Equimetrics?
Analytics-Powered Diversity, Equity, Inclusion
and Cultural Competency Insights
The Equimetrics Advantage
Equimetrics rapidly delivers the data and insights an organization needs to effect real, long-lasting DE&I and cultural improvements.
What Does Equimetrics Mean?
eq•ui•met•rics – Combining “equity” – the power of being fair and impartial – with “metrics” – a method of measuring something – Equimetrics delivers objective, customizable and scientifically based insights leading to immediately actionable, real-world solutions, and proven results adaptable to any size organization.
The Power of Data-Driven DE&I Insights
Recent McKinsey research shows that “while social justice, legal compliance, or maintaining industry standard employee environment protocols is typically the initial impetus behind these efforts, many successful companies regard I&D as a source of competitive advantage, and specifically as a key enabler of growth.” Thus, driving value creation through DE&I improvements must be owned and led from the top of the organization, not treated as simply an HR check-the box policy. In fact, increased DE&I complexity demands greater accountability and leadership to deliver sophisticated, proven solutions.
With Equimetrics, an organization gains critical, direct data-driven insight about its diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) culture and performance that would otherwise be inaccessible and unavailable to guide subsequent improvement efforts. Equimetrics allows senior leaders to engage in fact-based dialogue with their organization’s stakeholders around their DE&I efforts in ways leading to greater insight into their organizational culture.
Best of all, because of the data-driven objectivity and specificity of Equimetrics, it prompts more efficient and effective leadership dialogue and prioritized initiatives toward a more inclusive, high-performing workplace. Fewer wasted resources; greater positive results!
Equimetrics and Omotenashi
Equimetrics allows clients to see precisely how and where their DE&I efforts are working and “around the corner” insights to anticipate employees’ future needs and interests. It’s an approach based partly on the highly regarded Japanese hospitality practice of omotenashi, which involves anticipating and fulfilling guests’ needs in advance. DE&I initiatives are similarly about having a person-first view. Our omotenashi commitment to you means anticipating and delivering on your unique DE&I needs.
Studies consistently show that increased DE&I leads to greater innovation and broader collaboration, which leads to improved organizational success. When employees “think their organization is committed to and supportive of diversity, and they feel included,” their ability to innovate increases by 83%. According to Harvard Business Review, organizations with diverse leadership teams “are 45% more likely to report growth in market share and 70% more likely to report capturing a new market.”
Organizations that wish to thrive know they must rely on a broad set of experiences and backgrounds to quickly tackle the toughest problems and provide the best solutions to those they serve. By equipping your organization with the most able, astute AND diverse talent possible, you gain fresh and impactful new perspectives, experiences and insights in beneficial ways previously unattainable.