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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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