Training, Development, Consulting International
Welcome to TDCI's definitive hub for Employment Equity, Diversity, Inclusion & Transformation (EEDIT) excellence. TDCI is a business psychology firm that specialises in custom designed interventions that facilitate deep, integrated and sustainable diversity and inclusion-related shifts on individual, team and organisational level. We interweave Business Psychology insights (social scientific research findings, frameworks and principles) with pragmatic business acumen, to craft healthy, productive, sustainable and mutually beneficial solutions for our clients. Business Psychology, as an applied science, investigates and advises how people and organisations can become more agile, resilient, resourceful and effective in negotiating the multiple and sometimes competing people-related needs and challenges of today’s VUCA post-Covid world.
TDCI has established strategic partnerships with various leading diversity-related firms and consultants to offer our clients best practice solutions across the full EEDIT spectrum. Our partners include the SA Board for People Practices, EES-Siyakha, Rustim Ariefdien Consultants, Transforming Moments Consulting, People Spectrum, Mallon Consulting and Mandala Consulting. We offer a variety of services in a broad range of diversity focus areas. We will soon be launching our (1) Integrated Diversity Virtual Classroom (E-learning system), (2) EEDIT Tools, Guides and Templates, and (3) Executive EEDIT Coaching.
How do you survive (and manage) a multi-generational workforce? For the untrained eye Millennials (or Generation Y, born 1981-1994) and Generation Z (or iGen, born 1995 – 2011) might seem very similar, however, there are a few notable differences.
Disability can benefit your company
Many companies mistakenly believe that hiring people with disabilities is inconvenient, but there are benefits. From qualifying for tax allowances to ducking hefty penalties, here are some of the perks. Disability employment is sometimes regarded as cumbersome ...
By Rustim Ariefdien