Future proofing leaders: moving from Unconscious Bias to Inclusive Leadership

Posted on August 31st 2017 by Hayley Barnard

“I don’t want to hear about the problem, I want the solution.” Have you ever had a boss who has confronted you with this comment? We’re all busy. Leaders and people managers are especially busy. Time is the enemy. We want solutions and rightly so. Yet when it comes to diversity and inclusion it seems… Read More »

Could your bias be costing you customers?

Posted on March 15th 2016 by Hayley Barnard

Unconscious Bias is not just an internal business issue. I recently visited a high street bank for a pre-arranged meeting about moving across some of our business and currency accounts. My husband came with me as we planned to go out for lunch afterwards. I alerted the cashier of my arrival and stood waiting on… Read More »

IWD 2016 – Valuable or Void?

Posted on March 4th 2016 by Stef Clifton-Sprigg

For those of us who even vaguely follow women-in-leadership/Emma Watson/D&I news, the build up to International Women’s Day 2016 (8th March) has well and truly begun. As Account Manager at MIX Diversity Developers, I’m busy keeping tabs on all of the keynotes that our various speakers are delivering – from tiny events for a handful… Read More »