Do you feel it’s time for your recruitment processes to be refreshed or reinvigorated? Would you welcome an outside perspective to review your existing approach from an equality, diversity and inclusion perspective?

Tonic delivers a mix of robust guidance and inspirational fresh thinking to arts organisations that want to do just that.

All our recruitment-focused support is designed to increase arts and culture organisations’ ability to attract, retain, and progress a broad range of talent.

Components we can cover include

  • Designing job application packs with EDI in mind (we can also do a review of and provide feedback on your existing packs)
  • Recruitment reset: ensuring your approach is up to date and models best practice
  • Unconscious Bias training for interview panels: steps you can take to reduce the negative impact of bias in the interview process
  • Employee journey mapping: examining the experience that employees – or potential employees – may have of your organisation and, crucially, where certain people are likely to either progress or fall away.

“The Tonic team have an incredible knack of hitting just the right note, navigating us seamlessly and intelligently through often sensitive subject matter.”

Katy Winter, Senior Partner – People, Charcoalblue
workshop participants in a group discussion
Tonic Advance Network workshop led by Lucy Kerbel and Vicky Long at the Umbrella Rooms, London. Photo by Stephen Wright.

Tailored to you

Our packages of support for organisations looking to review their recruitment processes are created bespoke depending on an organisation’s needs, size and type.

If you’d like to book a free consultation with a member of the Tonic team about how we could support your organisation in this, use the booking form below or email

Book a free consultation

Book a free consultation with a member of the Tonic team to find out more about how we can support your organisation in this. Please complete the form below and one of our team will be in touch. Or email us direct at

Tonic – For greater equality, diversity and inclusion in the arts