Research survey participation request – workplace inclusive cultures and behaviours

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King’s College London are undertaking organisational research to support the next Hampton-Alexander Report, which will be published on the 13th November 2019. The focus of the research is on inclusive workplace cultures and behaviours and it aims to provide insights and guidance on how to improve the workplace culture.

A key part of this research is to gather data from men and women in senior leadership and board roles, including those just below but aspiring to such roles in future, on their experience of workplace culture and behaviours in their organisation. To facilitate this King’s College have prepared an online survey which asks questions about their perception of their workplace culture and workplace behaviours. The survey responses will be completely anonymous to support the aims of the research and will be securely stored by King’s College London and only King’s College researchers will have access to the full data. Aggregated results will be shared with the Hampton-Alexander Review team and published in the 2019 report.

Your assistance with this research would be greatly appreciated. To ensure its integrity and value we need 500 responses, so would like to reach as many organisations as possible. Please could we ask you to distribute the survey to your members and request that they distribute it to their teams and their professional networks.

IT TAKES JUST TEN MINUTES TO COMPLETE

TAKE THE SURVEY

Please note the survey cannot be saved to submit later however it takes less than 10 minutes to complete.

The Hampton-Alexander Review is sponsored by Government and was launched in 2016 setting out recommendations for FTSE 350 companies to improve the representation of women in leadership positions. The Review set a target of 33% women’s representation on FTSE 350 Boards and 33% women’s representation across the combined Executive Committee and the Direct Reports to the Executive Committee by 2020. Each year in November, a report is published showing progress by individual company and in the aggregate for the respective FTSE 100 and FTSE 250 Indices, you can see 2018’s report here.

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