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Equality and Diversity Consultants. McKenzie work with organisations to provide Equality and Diversity consultancy, training advice and support. We have previously worked with hundreds of UK organisations in this area.


Formed in 1996, in 2020, we are now celebrating our twenty fourth year of providing expert support, guidance, consultancy, training and expertise to our partner organisations in the areas of  Diversity, Equality, Inclusion and Dignity at Work.  

We have supported many leading UK organisations - both private, public, large, small and not for profit to develop successful initiatives, projects, developments and training. 

We generally work with our partner organisations to provide bespoke, in house development and support to meet your exact requirements.

Previous McKenzie customers (note this is just a small selection) include: The Disclosure and Barring Service, Crossrail, The BBC, Ofgem, The Law Society, The National Audit Office, The Institute for Chartered Accountants, Capita, The Money Advice Service, British Engines, The NHS, The Department of Health, The General Medical Council, Level 3 Communications, Red Letter Days, GirlGuiding UK, The Architects Registration Board, The Marine Management Organisation, Pork Farms, London and Southbank University, Mountview Academy and a large number of local authorities and social housing providers. 

We are also provide a range of Equality and Diversity related training and development options. For further information, please see our portfolio of diversity training courses and expert consultancy options. Note that these are only examples of the work and training we provide.

How might McKenzie work with you ?

We can work with you to develop all aspects of Diversity, Equality, Dignity at Work and Inclusion. This will of course, depend on your current organisational needs but typically, we work with our partner organisations to:

  • Undertake an external review or gap analysis of policies, approaches and development initiatives in this area

  • Design and develop modern, interactive and engaging training / coaching for your managers, staff and other key stakeholders.

  • Provide external advice and consultancy in respect of developing, implementing and measuring a strategic approach – including the development of a robust business case and metrics

  • Provide expertise, advice and best practice approaches to equality data collection, analysis and reporting

  • Advise on the effective completion of Equality Analysis or Equality Impact Assessments including the supply of template documentation, guidance notes and interactive training

  • Perform external reviews and investigations of bullying and harassment

  • Work with procurement teams to develop strategic and measurable approaches to Equality and Diversity within tendering, procurement and commissioning

  • Provide digital footprint and web site accessibility advice and support

  • Develop training and coaching in respect of cross cultural awareness and global working

  • Provide specific training and support to managers exploring how to manage diverse teams and promote dignity in the workplace

The McKenzie Team:

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McKenzie employ a small team of organisational professionals who specialise in different aspects of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. We only employ passionate, enthusiastic subject matter experts who will work in partnership with you to develop pragmatic and lasting solutions. Many of our partner organisations return to us time and time again for ongoing support and advice. We are happy to place you in contact with some of our partner organisations so they can discuss their experience of working with us.   

Popular Options:

Some of our most popular chosen by our partner organisations in 2020 include:       

Dignity at Work Training

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In recent years, there appears to have been a surge in anti-bullying policies, internal advisors and bullying surveys in organisations. Yet the overall prevalence of perceived bullying and harassment remains at an all-time high in UK. A recent policy discussion paper published by acas ( indicates that the problem of bullying and ill treatment is ever growing in Britain. Even politicians seem to have joined in the debate with the home secretary recently accusing the fire service of having a bullying culture !

McKenzie has worked with a large number of organisations in this area. Whilst of course, all organisations are different, our experience  indicates that problems relating to dignity at work can often be related to:

  • Staff objecting to what is legitimate performance management action
  • Old fashioned, aggressive or autocratic management styles 
  • Demands of an organisation - including change and restructuring
  • Harassment from the public e.g. from customers
  • Inappropriate workplace behaviour, language or actions from all levels of employees 

McKenzie can work with you to develop robust initiatives to reduce both the perception and incidence of bullying and harassment. This includes the design of bespoke, interactive and engaging training designed to address all of the above points.

We also provide confidential one to one Dignity at Work coaching which can be especially useful where an issue relates to a specific individual in your organisation. Please contact us to find out more about how we could work with you in this area.  

Equality Impact Assessment Training:


Used to assess the impact your policies and activities have on different sections of society. An Equality Analysis (formally known as an Equality Impact Assessment) is an essential tool for both identifying equality issues and for deciding how to further develop your organisations approach to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion.

McKenzie has worked in this area since the original introduction of Equality Impact Assessment tools in 2001. We provide training, coaching and development and we also have comprehensive experience of completing Equality Analysis / Assessments on behalf of our partner organisations.       

Please click here for more information, downloads and template documentation. 

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