If you're building a business, and want it to be anti-racist and inclusive, here are 5 ways for you to begin. #edi #antiracism #diversityandinclusion
People care about different things. Rightly or wrongly, people react strongly to some things that other people are not affected by. Even when, objectively, they are not comparable, there is no way of controlling what issues will push buttons for people. Over the last year, I have been so aware of who is saying /doing… Continue reading Why You Need To Change Processes, Not People, In Order To Achieve Equality
If you'd asked me about Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) a few years ago, I would probably have responded flippantly or dismissively, disregarding it as a "box-ticking" exercise. But after the year we've all had, and everything I've learned, the need and value of EDI seems clear to me. EDI is not anti-racism. It is not a panacea. But it is a good start. And here's why: #WhyEDI
I've read a lot this year. I mean, a lot. For someone who is obsessed with books I didn't realise I could step it up any more than I had. But a year of rest, fiction and play gave me the grounding I needed to do the work this year - to dig deep and… Continue reading My Racial Awakening
After the year we've had, you'd be forgiven for wanting to hide for whatever time is remaining. But maybe it's not hiding - maybe it's a form of hibernation? An opportunity to rest, recharge, and restore as we face the end of one year and the beginning of another. I've been quiet on my blog… Continue reading Hibernating or Hiding?