Disability The Basics [Book Review]

Did you know that one in seven people in the world has a disability? The number of people who care about this gets a lot bigger if we consider their friends and family I didn’t know that before I read the book I’m about to discuss with you today Get your pen and paper ready because we’re reviewing Disability The Basics by …

Mental: Everything You Never Knew You Needed to Know about Mental Health [Book Review]

With everything that’s going on people are using words like crazy, insane, it’s nuts. We’re being told that social isolation is going to create some mental health issues for people What does this actually mean? This week we’re reviewing a Book that can help us to understand Get your pen and paper ready because we’re reviewing a book that talks …

Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men [Book Review]

It’s no secret that we live in a man’s world. In many ways women are invisible, women are being ignored in ways that you may not expect and I’ve learned that not only does this harm women but it’s literally costing women their lives Get your pen and paper ready because I’m reviewing a book that rigorously examines the extent …

White Fragility [Book Review]

Why is it so difficult to have meaningful conversations about race and racism? I’ve got an answer that you’ve never heard before Get your pen and paper ready because I’m reviewing a book that looks at race and racism in a way that you’ve probably never come across before. The book is White Fragility: Why It’s So Hard for White …

Rebel Ideas: The Power of Diverse Thinking [Book Review]

Success isn’t about talent or knowledge. Success is about freeing ourselves from blind spots and harnessing cognitive diversity This is the approach laid out in the book Rebel Ideas, we’re going to talk about it in a way that is going to challenge everything you think you know about the book Get your pen and paper ready because I’m reviewing …

Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging [Book Review]

What does it mean to be British in 21st century? Get your pen and paper ready because in today’s show I’m reviewing a unique book that takes a contemporary look at British Identity through an intersectional lens. The book is called Brit (ish) On Race, Identity and Belonging by Afua Hirsch Afua Hirsch  is a writer, broadcaster, and former barrister. …

The Triple Package: What Really Determines Success [Book Review]

The term “model minority” is used to describe minority groups that are considered to be more successful than the average person. In this show I’m reviewing a book that claims to identify the traits that determine success. Get your pen and paper ready because I’m going to explain why some minority groups are able to outperform the average person when …

Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race [Book Review]

“Britain is still profoundly uncomfortable with race and difference” Yet one the most important contemporary books about race is called Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race Keep listening because I’m reviewing this must read book in which the author is most certainly talking to white people about race In todays show I discuss several things including: …

Why Most Diversity Programs Haven’t Succeeded [Book Review]

Millions have spent on promoting Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace and we still haven’t got the results we want. Get your pen and paper ready because I’m going to review one of THE best books I’ve ever read when it comes to diversity and inclusion. In todays show we discuss several things including: Why Most Diversity Programmes Don’t Succeed …

The Reasons Why Staff Networks Can Be Incredibly Powerful for Diversity & Inclusion [Book Review]

Do you have any idea how powerful Staff Networks can be? Today I’m reviewing a book that explores this power and how you can harness it In todays show I discuss several things including: The Power of Staff Networks Their potential to create value within an organisation. The interdisciplinary approach required for their success and much much more Here’s some …