Join our Community of Changemakers from over 130 Significant Corporations to Advance Racial and Ethnic Minority RepresentationBecome a TNON member today!
Your Community of changemakers working together in over 130 UK companies to ensure the advancement of racial and ethnic minority professionals into senior executive roles. Representation matters.
Founded in 2011, TNON has deep experience of working with all parts of the ecosystem including the Board, C-Suite, Allies, Employee Network Leaders, DEI, HR and Talent Development Professionals. TNON supports over 130 companies by providing that solutions that drive positive culture change and improve outcomes for ethnic minority professionals.
Advancing racial and ethnic minority representation since 2011
Keen to attract, retain and advance ethnic minority professionals in your workplace?
Need to build the cultural awareness and race fluency of your Executive Committee, DEI, HR Business Partners, Learning and Development and Talent specialists?
Want to proactively track trends, diagnose causation and adopt impactful solutions to identified issues in order to drive enduring change?
Seeking to understand how new technologies and artificial intelligence can enrich your HR analytics for DEI?
Want to dynamically measure the impact of your interventions to discover what’s working and how well?
If you are committed to supporting the advancement of racial and ethnic minority professionals at work, join TNON’s community of changemakers today.
TNON is proud to have over 130 member companies across all sectors. By becoming a TNON member, you are publicly demonstrating that you are a company for change and the advancement of ethnic minority professionals. Our members are exposed to high impact programming designed to enable real change across the breath of their organisation and unlock their power as change-makers and influencers.
Systems Change Approach
TNON’s work is built on the idea that the advancement of ethnic minority professionals is not created by ‘fixing’ ethnic minority individuals, but by turning the working world of companies into inclusive environments where all individuals can succeed. ‘Training’ an ethnic minority individual and returning them to an unsupportive context, where barriers persist and the conditions of inclusiveness are poorly understood, is not an effective strategy for race equity.
To advance ethnic minority professionals, we have to shape the cultures and contexts of workplaces to support that advancement. For this reason, TNON looks at organisations as interconnected ecosystems and works with the different parts of the ecosystem to ensure they are aligned in their goals and practices in service of race equity. Leveraging our strategic partnerships with Delta Alpha Psi (Delta) and Diversio, TNON works with all parts of the ecosystem including the Board, C-Suite, Allies, Employee Network Leaders, DEI, HR and Talent Development Professionals.Read more
The organisational ecosystem
- Line managers
Line managers who manage diverse teams, with an emphasis on intentional focus and bias interruption at key stages of the employee lifecycle.
- Racial and ethnic minority professionals
Racial and ethnic minority professionals, with an emphasis on relationship-building, influencing skills and authentic leadership.
- Colleagues from dominant groups
Colleagues from dominant groups (often White), with specific focus on understanding privilege and interrupting bias in decision-making.
- HR and DEI professionals
HR and DEI professionals, with specific emphasis on cultural awareness, race confidence and interventions that work at different stages in an employee’s career.
- Executive sponsors and allies
Executive sponsors and allies, with specific focus on understanding the challenges that are typically experienced by ethnic minority professionals, the hallmarks of successful allyship and advocacy.
- Members of the board, executive committee or business unit heads
Members of the board, executive committee or business unit heads, with emphasis on race confidence, the hallmarks of credible race action plans and strategies that drive systemic change.