Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do

In this episode I’m reviewing a book that has a special place in my heart. It’s a book that I have given as a gift to SO many people! The book is called Whistling Vivaldi: How Stereotypes Affect Us and What We Can Do. It’s a book that addresses stereotypes in a way that is still not widely understood. In …

Listeners Comments & Observations on the Series on Race

Today, I want to share some observations and comments I’ve had about the show, particularly because of the recent emphasis that I’ve placed on race and ethnicity in the workplace. In todays show I discuss several things including: Why some listeners really didn’t like some recent shows Why we need to think critically and challenge accepted thinking The challenges that …

Book Review: Racism at Work: The Danger of Indifference

Today I’m going reviewing the book: Racism at Work: The Danger of Indifference. There’s been quite a bit of media coverage about this book surrounding a high profile launch in the UK, this caught my attention as well because I know a number of people cited in the book. In todays show I discuss several things including: Why people should …

Why Having a Babyface Helps Black Leaders in the Workplace

One of the things that we know is that in order to make it to the top of an organisation, the way you look matters. The evidence says that some of the superficial things count. This matters more if you’re female, disabled or from a minority group of any description. Today, I’m going to be talking about some interesting research …

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 …