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

Diversity and Inclusion

Calling Black Academics, Senior Leaders, and Influencers

Teach and Share Your Expertise or Life Advice and Help to Foster Positive Self-Education I am appealing to UK based black academics, senior leaders, and influencers. The problem is real, and the fears in our communities, the black communities are soaring. Alas, anyone of us can be the next victim. As the Government keeps announcing …

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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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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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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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7 SIGNS YOU MAY BE MISSING IN SPOTTING AND SUPPORTING AN ASPERGERS UNDIAGNOSED PARTNER

Do you consider your partner to be uncompromising, unreasonable, inconsiderate to your needs regardless of how much to explain how they are affecting your relationship? Are they just being horrible to you or could there be another reason why their behaviour is somewhat outside of what you consider ‘normal’? Are you confused as to how …

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How to Stop ‘Conscious Bias’ in Women’s Inclusion into Leadership

Is the BBC’s fact-checking failing? So another wonderful woman became the president of an African country – Ethiopia this time, Sahle-Work Zewdehas become the president of Ethiopia. According to this BBC’s article, she is Africa’s only female President. Really? What about these female presidents: Mauritius’ – Ameenah Gurib-Fakim, who has been president since 2015. Central African …

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The Big Why? Amina International Women’s Day Address

Happy commemoration of International Women’s Day 2019. Celebrating Self-Inclusion into Leadership I want to talk about my passion for self-inclusion for women, especially women over 40. Sometimes we give up, we look after the whole world and leave ourselves behind. You may have realised that I am incredibly passionate about Leadership and Self-Inclusion for women. …

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