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Over the past few years, I’ve been excited by the very progressive Diversity and Inclusion targets set by many organisations in Australia. Indeed, the benefits of Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace are well-documented. However, the speed with which these targets are designed to be met...

Privilege. Is it a dirty word? You might think so given the way some people respond to being told they have it. Many of us have multiple layers of privilege, and we shouldn’t feel guilty about this. Afterall, it was likely delivered to us at...

Since starting this business at the end of 2019 there is one question I’ve been asked more than any other: Where do we start with Diversity and Inclusion? It’s an important question, and I recommend taking time to consider it. Especially before you jump into creating a...

We know the message is out – diversity is good for business. Many organisations are now requiring more and more from their recruiters when it comes to bringing higher levels of diversity to the applicant list. Unfortunately, all the hard work being done to source...

The focus in 2020 was on people with privilege becoming better allies for people of colour, LGBTIQ+, women and people with disability but I think Inclusive Leadership is what is really required. The challenges faced by the world in 2020 were many. Through the crisis and...

LGBTQ inclusion training is becoming extremely popular in workplaces, sporting clubs and schools. Fortunately, there are more and more training offerings in this space. But how do you work out which is the best for your organisation in terms of content, delivery and deliverers? I’ve provided...

We often think that Diversity and Inclusion initiatives are only for the large organisations, those that have ample resource, large workforces, pride networks and high volume recruitment. This couldn’t be further from the truth, we know that diversity coupled with inclusion is good for business –...

So your job is to create diversity and inclusion in the workplace – but there’s quite a few big personalities in your way. You know the ones, quick witted, expert interrupters, loud, expensive suits. They are also sure not to be overtly discriminatory. ...

Let me tell you some of my story. From the moment I learnt that the world was made up of atoms I wanted to be a scientist, I was 15. This unseen world fascinated me more than anything else and 12 years later I had...

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