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Neil, the CEO of the REC, talks about his belief that responsible and conscious capitalism can be inclusive and be able to realise the benefits to their business Inclusion is more than a buzz word in 2021, it is a critical business priority. The main message Neil shares with the Business leaders he works with is ‘don’t leave it to your HR Director’…
 
Stacy is a parent, actor, feminist and member of the Women's Equality Party who is passionate about intersectional feminism Until we are free of the discrimination that comes from not looking like or being like someone else then none of us are safe and none of us are really free. The same is true for inclusion, if the world that you are in does not…
 
Tom is the youngest of 4 boys and always struggled to find a role for himself within the family dynamic. Tom was naturally artistic, something that was encouraged by his mother and led to him becoming a vocal harmony facilitator. He had chosen this career path, in part due to a belief that this would finally see him be part of a group and feel incl…
 
We are drawn to people that are like us, it is human conditioning and causes an ‘other group’. As William says, it is about difference not about being better or worse. There has been a lot of legislation to ensure that we are treating everyone as equals, but this has made some people believe D&I has happened, or that we don’t need to do any more. I…
 
Laura read "Women’s Room" when aged 7. Re-reading the story aged 17, she realised her own experiences, especially around inclusion, is what politics is about. Politics in a social sense is distribution of services, who gets what, who counts, whose experience is promoted and whose is vilified. Our own personal experiences are a political point and a…
 
Pam helps organisations by providing them with stress management techniques and works with their teams to help them build their own coping toolkits. At the end of ‘live’ Conferences, Pam gives each attendee a gold star, as a reminder that they are a star – someone truly amazing, with the ‘r’ standing for, yes really. These sessions are designed to …
 
Mark is a former accountant who now combines his passion for magic into his consultancy work to try and help everyone find the magic in their own career, life and find their loves/passion. Whilst working as an accountant, Mark kept his love of magic a secret from his clients, worried that it would adversely affect his professional credibility. It w…
 
Roland, an HIV positive survivor, talks about the impact of hidden disabilities and how he had to overcome the stigma of his AIDS diagnosis at work. How many hats do you wear and if we change hats for labels, which labels do we apply to ourselves or do others apply to us and how interchangeable are they? When does one label become more dominant? In…
 
Lauren is an Executive Coach and Menopause at work specialist, who is passionate about raising awareness on a topic that is often avoided and misunderstood in the workplace. It was only after leaving her job due to suffering with low self-esteem, palpitations, anxiety and memory loss that Lauren discovered from her GP that all of the symptoms she w…
 
Susan works with very successful clients who have received feedback relating to how quiet they are and them needing to them to being more impactful. Susan from an early age has been an introvert. Through her own life experience and client work she is aware that introverts tend to be underestimated and not as visible as they could be so can miss out…
 
Derek’s biggest Diversity and Inclusion wish is that there is no need for it because common sense and decency rule. Derek believes we implement so many rules that people begin to look for loopholes and they lose their power. Derek argues we should change our approach, starting with pupils at school and stop worrying about what they are learning, in…
 
Mark offers people practical techniques and trauma guidance so that they are able to deal with whatever life may throw at them. Fear and anxiety are universal and unless we manage to conquer them, they can hold us back from performing our best and reaching our potential. Despite the richness of our society there are still too many people that are d…
 
Amy is a strong advocate for being a midlife beginner after starting multiple businesses in her forties; a Coach, Mentor, Podcaster, Mastermind Host, Speaker and Property Investor who inspires and empowers clients to discover the life they dream of. Amy believes who you are, what you do and what you have is all within your control and what you want…
 
Ryals a singer and song writer who was born and raised in the Ukraine talks about how he moved to New York where he got married to his husband to begin a new life Growing up in Ukraine, Ryals lived through the revolution, a time of suppression where he did not feel comfortable to come out as gay. It was only through moving to the US and finally com…
 
Merel, who describes herself as a "wise woman and a crone", talks about how she believes anti-racism work can be delivered to white people in a way that is non-threatening and ensures that people don't become defensive. A white male seems to become the default norm that we benchmark others upon, and we want to assimilate everyone to the same standa…
 
Sarah is a trainer, consultant, and public speaker. She joins us to talk about the role we can all play in creating a level playing field in attitude and action. Sarah is passionate about creating a culture that raises others up to allow the creation of a level playing field. We discuss how she has overcome her own fears and now uses her voice to c…
 
This is a story based on Laurie’s experience as an Autistic Parent of an Autistic child and how tackles the stereotypes and misconceptions of what it is like to be Autistic Join Laurie as they give a no-hold bared view of how their are so many misconceptions of Autistic People, the language, terminology and tropes that propagate many myths. Laurie …
 
Jacqui works with in the space that is creating accessible systems of the future. Working with governments and the UN she is at the forefront in ensuring the future is inclusive for all. As an Internet of Things (IoT) innovator she not only creates the future but she also shapes it. Jacqui talks about the challenges that she is advising the UN and …
 
Andy is a Paralympian who specialises in creating accessible spaces. He joins us to talk about his work with the public transport network and the need for true accessibility for all Disabled people face a real challenge when using public transport. If we focus on the social model of disability then it is the environment that leads a person to be re…
 
I chatted with Ruth where we talked about the challenges of carrying around stress in our lives and how we can find our own strategies to overcome this often stigmatised condition many of us face. Do you know the difference between stress and pressure? Ruth talks about the difference and how illnesses can aggravated by everyday stress that is allow…
 
Gillian explores some of the challenges women are facing in the workplace on route to the boardroom, and the compromises that still seem to be prevalent to balance family life and career success. Many women face challenges when trying to progress their career, often organisation don't put enough support in place to help women plan their careers. Gi…
 
It was an interesting conversation with Jackie where we talked about how we can focus on the language used in our organisations over and above focusing on Unconscious Bias training as our only tool. Jackie talks about her views on how organisations can develop their diversity and inclusion programmes by expanding on the baseline of unconscious bias…
 
I caught up with Madeline who is a survivor of a gang rape she experienced in her teens. She talks very candidly about how she found the courage to overcome shame and speak out. Madeline shares how she overcame her own shame and stigma of being the victim of a gang rape at the age of 13. She is now an activist for speaking out for other victims of …
 
A conversation with Ling where we talk about her experience with Mental Health and Wellbeing and how we can create environments for people to speak out. We are all living in an online world, connected 24x7 without much chance to switch off and recharge. When I caught up with Ling we discussed the impact of living in this connected world on our ment…
 
Joanne has a chat with Hend where we discuss her perspectives as someone who was brought up in Egypt, as a Muslim in an Islamic Country who now lives in the UK In this episode Joanne talks to Hend Halim, a Muslim woman who was born in Egypt and now lives in the UK with her husband and young child. Hend talks about how she was raised in a society th…
 
A chat with Gamal 'G' Turawa where we discuss his perspectives of the world as Britain's first openly gay black (former) police officer on the world of today. We are in the midst of a world dealing with the effects of COVID-19 and in the middle of this the shocking images and videos of George Floyd hit our screens. A man, a black man murdered by Po…
 
Joe talks about how he feels that Queer is an inclusive term now it has been reclaimed by the community together with his thoughts on where the world is going with LGBTQ+ acceptance. In this episode Joe talks about his career and times spent in the pursuit of LGBTQ+ visibility as a journalist, editor of gay times and most recently as the co-founder…
 
Nic talks about how the use of statistics and people science allows us to look for trends and opportunities to see how people are likely to react to certain situations. Nic is a statistician, a trained therapist, TED Speaker (without the X) and the founder of Friday Pulse, who specialise in measuring and improving team morale. Nic says that his sup…
 
Michael talks about his ‘Triple A’ mantra through which he coaches people to fulfil their potential and his own personal story as a bisexual man Michael describes himself as a Transformational Life Coach who's super power is being an active listener that is full of compassion. Through his coaching he helps people find a way to achieve what has been…
 
From Holiday Rep to Recruiter Lewis talks about some of the challenges he found coming out as gay in the workplace and how he found his place to thrive. Lewis started his career as a holiday rep, but soon he was back in the UK for a "proper job" and found himself working for a company that bullied and discriminated against him, because he was gay. …
 
Jeremy discusses where the line lays in humour, when it can over step the mark and how it can be delivered without causing offence In this episode talks about his career as a BBC presenter and how he moved into comedy. Jeremy then talks about where the line lays in terms of inclusive humour, when it can over step the mark and how it can be delivere…
 
Scott talks about the problems men have opening up and seeking help and the challenges that lead to high rates of male suicide Scott talks about his life experiences, his TEDx talks and how he discovered his voice. He talks about his work with #wholemanacademy and through this organisation wants to tell stories of male experiences to remove the sti…
 
I talk to Katie about the challenges and dilemmas of gender transitioning as the owner of her successful small photography business Katie talks about the lead up to her transition and her nervousness. This was not only a personal risk for her, but also for that of her photography business, a business that she had established and grown in her male p…
 
A chat with Dr Lynda Shaw about how our brains are not as reliable as we think..! For this episode, I am joined by Dr Lynda Shaw, who holds a doctorate in cognitive neuroscience, and specialises in unconscious processing of emotion and behavioural change. We discuss how our brains fool us, create biases through heuristics. We discover how some of o…
 
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