Find out more about Enigmatic.
What's an enigma?
Enigmatic: (adjective) resembling an enigma, or a puzzling occurrence, situation, statement, person, etc.; perplexing; mysterious.
The journey towards greater diversity and inclusion is a long, with many paths and many challenges. It is also not an easy one, and often requires flexibility, patience and the courage to try new things.
Our logo - The Gryphon - powerful protector
The Gryphon is a powerful, majestic animal, with the body of a lion, and the wings and head of an eagle. It is an animal of protection, silently watching over valuable treasures to make sure they are always safe. Enigmatic uses the gryphon as a symbol of the empowerment, confidence and sense of community it works to instill in everyone.
Enigmatic Global identifies as a 4th Sector initiative, operating at the intersection between governmental, non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and commercial interests.
The Enigmatic Process
Unlocking the Power of Diversity
Studies have been finding for some time that communities, organisations and businesses that embrace diversity tend to be stronger, more resilient and more successful. Further than this, our current challenges we face as a world, from global pandemics to climate change, can only be faced if we can work together across our global diversity.
Simply having diversity is not enough. We must work to ensure that, with that diversity, everyone feels included and is able to contribute. Inclusive thinking is about understand, empathy and reaching out to include the full range of diversity within our communities.
Enigmatic works to empower individuals, communities and organisations to unlock the power of diversity, with a special focus on the empowerment of young adults.
Expose, Experience, Empower
Enigmatic initiatives works to created experiences that help individuals and teams better understand themselves as well as their role in an inclusive and diverse group and/or community.
Enigmatic's 4 Key Competencies related to working with diversity and inclusive thinking.