Leadership - Diversity - Inclusion - Communities

Standpoints on the key issues impacting Inclusion in Leadership and Diverse Communities around the World

Yet Another Degree?

Migrant Women Self-Exclusion from Leadership Opportunities through over-qualification. I recently encountered a fascinating woman who migrated to the UK via another European country as a highly-skilled migrant (van den Bergh and Du Plessis, 2012; Grigoleit-Richter, 2017). Let me tell you about Tada, not her real name of course for anonymity. With her permission, I share …

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My 2019 Top 10 Most Inspirational Women for Self-Inclusion into Leadership

Here we are, the end of 2019 and the end of the decade. A lot has happened in my life, some really great things such as having two more daughters which meant becoming an older mum. I now hold an accolade for being a teenage mum and one for being an older mum. Additionally, I …

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Migrant Women’s Self Inclusion into Leadership – Responding to Questions.

Today’s post focusses on the question about taking the step up! Going back to University or asking for that promotion. Since getting back into the academic world to pursue a PhD in Inclusion in Leadership, I have been asked many questions, some positive and negative. Never mind. It is also in response to questions asked …

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Adoption and Identity: Insensitivity, lack of Inclusion, and Psychological Trauma

“Inclusion is a right not a privilege for a select few. Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.”      – Jesse Jackson In 2017, I started helping people to tell their stories through books. They share their personal experiences, and how we can draw lessons from them …

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Can a Woman Include Herself into Leadership Despite the Barriers?

Recognising and eliminating the barriers that stop women from advancing to leadership positions is vital. The business world needs to acknowledge that leaving the gender gap as wide as it does not make economic and business sense at all. It is high time we moved beyond business as usual and made the workforce more diverse …

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Believe in yourself by Jennifer Chidera Egbuchelem

Believe in yourself: The Fascinating Story of Andrea’ written by Jennifer Chidera Egbuchelem Since I started Book Writing Coaching and Publishing, I have been approached by many people asking if I can help them publish children’s books. My answer has always been no. That was until I read this story from a 12-year-old which I …

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Our Roots Our Pains

A book about ‘Coping with the Pains of  Nigeria’s 2019 Elections by Clara Meierdierks.  Our latest book release at Diverse Cultures Publishing is an interesting one.  The Title is: Our Roots Our Pains: Coping with the Pains of  Nigeria’s 2019 Elections It is always an honour to help our authors to express their thoughts and …

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How We Have to Change Our Mindset to Playing Big

On Saturday 22 September 2018, I spoke at the International Women’s Empowerment Summit in Cologne, Germany. The Summit brought together Women from around Europe, It was organised by Laura Tinzoh and the team at LaTinzoh Investments and German-based entrepreneur. The event was very well organised and enlightening for all the women in attendance. It was one of …

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3 Ways You Can Help Your Loved Ones to Talk About Mental Health Issues

Funding or no funding. Mental Illness is becoming the biggest robber of happiness and one of the largest causes of self-harm and suicide. I take the view that unless we all start looking around us and within us. We will miss the point and continue to think the Government are responsible for our mental health …

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Parents Avoid Exam Time for Your Children

“Stop Adding Pressure to Young People’s Mental Health.” A letter to fellow parents… Anxiety, depression, fear of disappointing you, are all real in our teenagers’ minds. Pay attention. Yes, take time to truly listen to what your teen wants for their life, not what you wish for them. As another school year comes to an …

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