American Islamaphobia [Book Review ]

The term “Islamaphobia” is thrown around a lot in the media in a way that is narrow and vague. Get your pen and paper ready because in today’s show I’m reviewing a book that explains Islamaphobia in a way that will change the way you think about it forever. In todays show we discuss several things including: The 3 Types of …

3 Considerations To Help You Fix Your Flawed Approach to Diversity [Research Breakdown]

The lack of progress in creating an inclusive workplace suggests that your organisation has a flawed approach to promoting Diversity! Get your pen and paper ready because I’m to discuss three things that you should consider to fix your flawed approach to Diversity. In todays show we discuss several things including: What Diversity and Inclusion Policies Do Employees Actually Want …

Book Review: The Trusted Black Girl: Challenging Perceptions and Maximising the Potential of Black Women in the UK Workplace

Is anyone in your office a Trusted Black Girl? Today I’m reviewing a book that explains what this means and why you this matters to you In todays show I discuss several things including: My enthusiasm about this book How this book moves beyond intersectional rhetoric The hidden experiences the book reveals and much much more Here’s some of what …

Intersectionality, Discrimination & Employee Resource Groups

Today, I want to talk Intersectionality. In my experience, Intersectionality is a potential mine field, because it’s one of those terms that is thrown around casually by people in the field of Diversity & Inclusion but is rarely explained or discussed thoroughly. The only people I consistently hear discuss Intersectionality in a meaningful way are academics but as you can …

Roianne Nedd: The Trusted Black Girl

In this episode I’m speaking with Roianne Nedd. Roianne is the Head of Programmes & Research at OUTstanding & EMpower, an Amplifier of women’s voices and the author of The Cracked Cocoon. I met Roianne at the annual event for EMpower’s List of the 100 most influential Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Leaders. We spoke about so many things that …

Antoinette Boateng: Why Authenticity Matters for Diversity & Inclusion

In this episode I’m speaking with Antoinette Boateng. Antoinette is a Global Inclusion Specialist and a 15-year veteran of the “people” space. Antoinette’s experience includes Talent Management, Engagement & Policy. Antoinette has been responsible for not only starting a number of resource groups but she’s also had to manage and influence multiple resource groups, their sponsors and the people who …