National Inclusion Week

Celebrating National Inclusion week (and why it matters)

It’s National Inclusion Week! In this episode of the podcast, I talk about the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. An important aspect of being an inclusive leader is making sure that diversity and inclusion is promoted and supported in your workplace. However, in order for your organisation to fully benefit from having a diverse workforce, it is important to create an inclusive environment where all team members feel like they can participate and achieve their full potential…

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Versha Patel talk about self-care September and new mums' health.

Self-Care September: Movement and Exercise with Versha Patel

Self-Care September In this episode, Versha Patel, founder of Birth and Beyond Fitness joins me on the show to talk about Self-Care September. With all the back-to-school activities happening during this month, and with Summer over, it’s important to start the Autumn in the right way.  One way to look after yourself and build your resilience is by exercising, and I’m delighted to chat with Versha, my first guest on the show and a woman who has me swinging kettlebells…

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How suicide at work can happen and how to have the conversation.

Why and how to talk about suicide at work

Suicide at Work Today on the podcast, I talk about a topic that is very emotive and challenging – suicide.  When a team member completes suicide, it affects more than just the family of that person. That’s why it’s so important to talk about suicide and work. In this episode I outline how and why to do this. While members of the family feel the effects the most, suicide affects the entire workplace and have a devastating impact on teams and…

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Why I started Diverse Minds and my journey

I’m really excited to introduce the first episode of my podcast, and I thought I’d use the opportunity to talk about why I started my company, Diverse Minds.  I have to say, I never thought I’d be running my own business. It wasn’t something I wanted to do. Some people are born entrepreneurs and they know it from day one. As teenagers, they do young enterprise programs and know or have an idea of what they want to do. I…

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