Thank you to all those who attended our event: Neurodiversity – an Asset? What does it mean for employers and employees? Executive Coaches Geetha Ramachandran, Janice Taylor and Sasi Panchal joined Jenny to discuss what Neurodiversity means to them and why it matters in the world of work. They talked about why neurodiversity matters; what organisations […]
Guest blog by Leyla Okhai, Career and Leadership Coach In the last five years we have been hearing so much more about neurodiversity in the workplace. However, how does this translate in the workplace for both employers and employees? In the first instance let’s define what neurodiversity actually means. Defining Neurodiversity Essentially, neurodiversity means the […]
Jenny was pleased to join the panel for London South Bank University’s #BreaktheBias event celebrating International Women’s Day. Watch the replay.
The Centre for Intersectional Justice describes intersectionality as being about: Fighting discrimination within discrimination, tackling inequalities within inequalities and protecting minorities within minorities. Gender intersects with other aspects of our identity, whether that be our race and ethnicity, social class, sexual orientation, disability, age etc. However, too often we illustrate women as a homogenous group. So […]
Thank you to all those who attended our event: What do We Mean by Intersectionality and Why Does it Matter? Executive Coaches Carol Stewart, Claudia Crawley and Hira Ali joined Jenny to discuss what intersectionality means to them and why it matters in the world of work. We talked about everyday examples of intersectionality, what it looks […]