Your organisation is looking to improve its stakeholder engagement and strategic communications plan. But what do you need to change to improve your engagement with Māori and Pacific peoples?
A cultural communications audit can help assess your organisation’s engagement with Māori and Pacific clients and stakeholders. It includes a system of reviewing your communication policies and strategy; assessing your communication channels with Māori and Pacific peoples; interviewing management and staff; and a Māori and Pacific stakeholder survey.
Build employee productivity
Drive competitive advantage
Build a positive brand profile
Attract indigenous talent and business leads
Increase stakeholder engagement
Develop cultural competencies
Enhance internal and external relationships
Design and execute effective cultural communication
Examining the different and changing needs of a diverse workforce can help prepare you for the major demographic changes set to occur in the workplace over the next 15-20 years.
There is an economic benefit to understanding indigenous world views. A cultural communications audit can identify strengths and weaknesses in existing business practices and provide recommendations for improving cultural sensitivity and workplace cohesion.
The Public Services Act 2020 requires all public service agencies in New Zealand to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) in their workplaces. A cultural audit can be a valuable first step for public service agencies in meeting their DEI obligations.
The Culture and Design Lab empowers workplace leaders to create social cohesion at work. We use indigenous knowledge, design, and strategy to foster inclusion and belonging in the workplace.
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