In the News2020-09-15T12:09:21+00:00
511, 2020

BAME Workers Have Been Under-protected During the Pandemic

  A new report carried out by Doreen Lawrence and commissioned by the Labour Party, An Avoidable Crisis, found that BAME people are over-represented in public-facing industries where they cannot work from home and are more likely to be living in overcrowded housing, increasing their chances of coming into contact with the virus. The lack of PPE for frontline workers reportedly had a much greater impact on the BAME community. In her latest interview with HR Magazine, Angela Peacock shares more on [...]

511, 2020

Nine ‘Levers’ You Need to Pull to Speed Things up if You’re Serious About Inclusion

  It's time for organisations to stop talking about creating inclusive workplaces and start making it happen. And those inclusive workplaces have to be populated with a diverse group of people. Here, Angela Peacock shares 9 'levers' business leaders need to pull to speed things up if they're serious about inclusion in her latest article for HR Magazine: The nine 'levers' you need to pull if you're serious about inclusion     Don't forget to follow us on LinkedIn for our latest [...]

2210, 2020

You Can’t be a Little Bit Pregnant – Just Like You Can’t do a Little Bit of Inclusion

  For organizations to be successful, they have to stop talking about creating inclusive workplaces – and make it happen. But that’s not enough. They also have to populate those inclusive workplaces with a diverse group of people – whatever that means to them, depending on where they are in the world.   Here, Angela Peacock shares 9 'levers' business leaders need to pull if they're serious about inclusion in her latest article for Thrive Global: You Can’t be a Little Bit [...]

1210, 2020

4 Ways Business Leaders Can Keep the Allyship Momentum Going Beyond the Headlines

  Responding to a movement or celebratory date is an easy option for business leaders keen to demonstrate that they are at the helm of an equitable organisation. But allyship is not a short-term, quick-fix solution – you have to work at it constantly. Here, Angela Peacock shares 4 ways business leaders can keep the momentum going beyond the headlines in her latest article for CEO Insights: 4 Ways Business Leaders Can Keep the Allyship Momentum Going Beyond the Headlines   For [...]

2809, 2020

Allyship: How to Keep the Momentum Going Beyond the Headlines

  As human beings, we seek to take the easiest option – which is why responding to a movement or a celebratory date is so popular when it comes to workplace diversity and inclusion. But there is no short-term, quick-fix solution when it comes to practising allyship at work – you have to work at it every day.     Read more from Angela Peacock's latest article for CEO Insights on ways business leaders can keep the momentum going beyond the [...]

2809, 2020

How to cultivate inclusive language in the workplace

  In the wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, inclusive language around race and ethnicity is particularly pertinent. Language can be used as a barometer of social inequalities. If employees are going into work and hearing negative comments about their identity, it will corrode the company's culture from the inside out. Yes, we are all human, and we all make mistakes. But it’s key that we try to educate ourselves on inclusive language as much as possible.     Read [...]

2109, 2020

10 Top Tips to Help Business Leaders Rise to the New D&I Challenge

  The beginning of the lockdown saw many diversity and inclusion (D&I) leaders fall into the 'non-essential' category and laid off. But the Black Lives Matter movement has ensured that D&I is now firmly back on the risk register - where it always should have been - for business leaders everywhere. Now there is a clamour of D&I expertise - but it needs to be a clamour with a plan. Read Angela Peacock's 10 Top Tips on rising to the New [...]

2508, 2020

How we have ignited inclusion and transformed training through gamification.

  Our escape room experiences are quickly becoming the top selling solution for clients all around the world. In fact, the concept has evolved on a number of occasions since its first design a year ago. The change we have seen in training requests move from sessions that instil the virtues of a diverse (and more importantly engaged) workforce, to those that focus on more active behavioural change. Read more about how we have ignited inclusion and transformed training through gamification: PDT [...]

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