Who we are
SLS 360 are an Equity, Diversity & Inclusion consultancy firm who specialise in challenging and supporting individuals and organisations to be bold and brave in their commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) and their efforts to affect meaningful change.
Representation matters and the next generation deserve to grow up in a world which celebrates, values and respects all people, and they are seen in all positions in society. We believe to achieve a truly equitable, inclusive society, which values diversity we need to disrupt the status quo, think differently and lean into the challenges that arise.
What We Do
Support. Challenge. Empower.
Provide targeted advice, challenge and support to organisations with the development, implementation and review of their diversity and inclusion strategic plan
Deliver workshops and training about sensitive diversity issues through training and experiential workshops
Amplify the voices of those not heard or seen through through professional and personal development
Our mission is to help public and private sector organisations transform their cultures to be truly inclusive, strive for diversity and representation at all levels and eliminate structural systems which result in inequalities.
We do this by providing tailored advice and consultancy, training and experiential workshops around sensitive issues, research and data analysis. We also empower and amplify the voices of those who are marginalised or underrepresented through coaching and mentoring.
What Clients Say About Us
Sam’s musical skills give her enormous credibility when leading sessions for our music service. Sam’s skilful approach, to what can sometimes be a tricky subject is masterful, as she gives time and space for those who need, yet offers the right level of challenge for others involved. Sam is a great communicator, musician, trainer, and friend of Haringey Music Service.
Dan Earley, Head of Haringey Music Service
Research Projects & Publications
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: A research report exploring workforce diversity & representation in London Music Education hubs through the lens of racism