Have you considered that a meeting might not be the best way to make the decisions you need to, get the inputs you require or to update people on vital information? Alternative approaches might make sure everyone feels included and that their time is respected. But if it must be a meeting, have you thought about how to make sure it is inclusive?
And so, it starts, the annual British preoccupation about one day of the year. The conversations start early, from around October to December 25th. Currently, we are in the midst of a pandemic and many of the media conversations are centred around what will happen on that one day. For many people, that one day of the year is not […]
Hardeep Mathuru, Editor of Byline Times, is on a mission to increase representation of minority voices in the media. She thinks a lot of the problems of misrepresentation in the media are a result of not having enough diverse voices in the profession of journalism. That different people, with different lived experiences, are what’s needed.
When the word “diversity” is mentioned, most people immediately think of race. Since the need to challenge racism and improve opportunities for people of colour has been highlighted by recent events, that issue is front of mind for a lot of businesses right now – and about time too. Other people might think about gender, and tackling the huge inequalities […]
Imagine if diverse people were mentored by someone who could help them feel the inclusion, belonging and hope to progress their career. Imagine the power of having a mentor to introduce you to the connections who can help you achieve your ambitions. Mentoring could be the secret ingredient for inclusion in your organisation.
Enough about statues and TV shows, let’s talk about the Fear Zone and actions. “Dominant groups know very little about non-dominant groups. Non-dominant groups know a lot about dominant groups. If you’re in a dominant group you don’t even know what we’re talking about you’re so privileged. If you’re in a dominant group, you have the power, you’re born into the […]
If you read our last post about why white men shouldn’t be leading the conversation about diversity, you’ll know that the Black Lives Matter movement is not for you to use as a marketing tool, nor is at opportunity to try to paper over the cracks in your organisation’s approach to inclusion. This is an opportunity for learning, growth and […]