Delta Alpha Psi uses the science of psychology to help leaders get the best out of diversity in their organisations. We do this by working with majority and minority groups and applying the latest behavioural sciences research, to disrupt barriers to sustainable inclusive cultures.
We provide wide-reaching solutions customised to client contexts, including consulting and coaching. We identify the pivot points in your organisation for maximising the impact of sustainable inclusive culture change to allow diverse talent to thrive.
We have a track record of helping our clients develop diverse, authentic leaders who make a measurable impact on their organisations and equipping key stakeholders to make the impact stick.
Our unique mix of consultants differentiates us from others in the market. As part of our commitment to provide you with lasting change we blend academic, practitioner and performance-based expertise to create powerful learning experiences that result in engaging and high performing diverse workplaces.
We have an in-depth understanding of the nuances of diversity in the UK context; we also work internationally, across Africa, Asia, Europe and North America.
We adapt the latest behavioural sciences research to your organisational context. We want to help you create inclusive leaders and drive inclusive culture change in a way that is systemic and sustainable. To do this, we focus on individual, interpersonal and group level change that is evidence-based.
According to 2019 data from the Bank of England, people from ethnic minority backgrounds earn about 10% less in the UK than their white counterparts. Those from ethnic minorities also find it harder to achieve senior positions – only 1.5% of leadership positions in the UK are held by black people, for instance.
In this video, our Director Dr Doyin Atewologun participates in a webinar run by the The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) about the need for transparent ethnicity pay gap reporting and discusses other public policy changes that could make a difference to racial equality at work.