Allyship for Today’s World2021-11-02T17:38:25+00:00

Allyship in Today’s World


Allies in the workplace can be DEI champions by serving as mentors or sponsors to employees from marginalised groups, who may feel their ideas and contributions aren’t being recognised because of their gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability or other characteristic.

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The first step to practicing allyship is believing in equality for all people. Anyone can say this is what they believe, but practicing allyship is about changing the way we look at the world and the workplace.

A colleague who wishes to make an impact should find the right way to advocate for marginalised groups. The sensitivity of this matter can make initial conversations and activity uncomfortable for many, but this is not a sufficient reason to avoid them.

Through PDT Global’s training experience, colleagues from dominant groups can learn tools to become more confident to create a workplace culture in which discrimination is not tolerated and everyone can thrive.