Be Update April 2021

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Be. Lab News April 2021
Hello and welcome!
Last month we released our 10-year Impact Report, celebrating the accessibility
transformations throughout New Zealand that we’re so proud to have been part of
over the past decade. 
Through our innovative social change programmes we work with New Zealand
businesses to advance accessibility across all areas of life from leisure and tourism,
meaningful employment opportunities, leadership development, organisational
culture, diversity and inclusion, public attitudes and perceptions of accessibility, and
access innovation.
It is because of our unique, holistic approach and suite of programmes that Be. Lab
is New Zealand’s One-Stop-Shop for Accessibility.
As part of our ongoing commitment to advancing accessibility, we have developed a
free online accessibility assessment ( ,
and in this month’s newsletter we’re sharing more free resources for New Zealand
businesses to help you on your journey towards becoming truly accessible for
everyone. We hope you enjoy reading!
We’re also delighted to share the Te Reo Maori version of our 10-year Impact Report
and excited to announce that we have two new job opportunities here at Be. Lab.
Be. well, from the Be. Team
The why and how of accessibility
1. Why accessibility is good for your brand
Being known for your commitment to accessibility is good for business, whether
you’re looking to attract and retain talent or to expand your customer base. Find out
how a reputation for diversity and inclusion can gives you a business benefit.
Find out how to do that here (Link to come)
2. How to build an accessible culture in your workplace
Attracting and retaining the best talent for your company means thinking carefully
about your workplace culture. A strategic and long-term commitment to inclusion will
create a business where everyone can thrive.
Find out how to do that here (link to come)
3. How to incorporate mentoring into your diversity and inclusion strategy
What is mentoring? It’s a fantastic way to equip people with the skills and confidence
they need to build their career and has a positive impact for both mentor and
mentee. It is also a proven to be a powerful tool to embed diversity and inclusion into
an organisation.
Discover more here (link to come)
Our Latest News
Are you looking for a job?
We are looking for a Be. Lab Coach, and a Design Plan consultant to join our Be.
Lab Consultancy network. Find out more about these roles over on our website:
Our Impact Report is now available in Te Reo Maori
You can now access our 10-year Impact Report in both Maori as well as NZSL sign
language. Take a read through it and see our achievements over the past decade in
the way that’s easiest for you. 
Maori version link to come
Discover all our latest accessibility news on our website
And get in touch with our friendly team today, to find out how we can support your
business on your accessibility journey. E-mail or phone (09)

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