• WiHTL Festival of Inclusion

    We are delighted that Marc Woods, Founding Partner and Dev Modi CPsychol AFBPsS, Partner at EQUIIDA will be speaking at WiHTL's inaugural Festival of Inclusion in hospitality, travel, and leisure.

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  • KidsOut Virtual Festive Celebration!

    This December, you could help 20,000 survivors of domestic violence receive a Christmas present. Join the Kids Out Virtual Festive Celebration on the 11th of December at 7pm, featuring Sir Cliff Richard, live music, panto, auction prizes and much more!

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  • Great Minds Do Not Think Alike…The Case of Cognitive Diversity

    Cognitive diversity is good for business.  Thriveglobal.com published a report on cognitive diversity in 2019.  They reported that cognitive diversity in a software or mobile company can enhance innovation by 20% and lower the risk by 30%.

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  • Consciously Inclusive Leaders Put the Power into Empowerment

    Consciously-inclusive leaders recognise that empowerment is an essential component in maximising engagement from, and the performance of, their diverse team members. 

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  • ‘Have A Ball At Home’ With KidsOut

    During the COVID crisis, domestic abuse is up 30%. KidsOut supports children who are victims of domestic abuse living in a refuge.

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  • Why are businesses still ‘exclusive’ when it comes to talent?

    Companies are frequently seeing talent-loss blamed on “ineffective leadership”, “inability to listen to the individual”, “lack of career engagement and development”, “burdening bureaucracy”, “failure to spot conflict” and “poor communication”

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  • Diversity – Overused, Confused and Abused

    I was in Philadelphia once during the summer; in an opulent office, attending a long meeting with some senior executives when suddenly I was asked a question; “Would I like to go for a “bio-break”?

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  • The Fish Rots from the Head

    As a child I grew up in one of the UK’s largest fishing ports. Our neighbour was a trawler-man and would come around to our house to give my Mum the freshest of fish straight from the dock. I remember saying to my Mum once that “It didn’t smell like fish.”

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