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Posted on 31st July 2019 by Paul Wright

Race bias

Race bias

Racial bias and discrimination continue to impact negatively on the working lives of people from a BAME (black, Asian and minority ethnic) background. 

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Race bias
Posted on 1st July 2019 by Paul Wright

Coach

Coach

This online Micro-Course and short film examines the benefits of a coaching approach to development and sets out key techniques and approaches for coaching conversations. 

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Coach
Posted on 31st May 2019 by Paul Wright

Bystander intervention

Bystander intervention

Bystanders have a crucial role to play in stepping up and speaking out when they witness inappropriate behaviour.

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Bystander intervention
Posted on 22nd April 2019 by Paul Wright

Understanding Unconscious Bias in Recruitment

Understanding Unconscious Bias in Recruitment

This FREE interactive breakfast event on Thursday 12th September in Birmingham, invites you to;

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Understanding Unconscious Bias in Recruitment
Posted on 8th April 2019 by Paul Wright

Sexual Harassment Prevention in the Workplace

Sexual Harassment Prevention in the Workplace

Sexual harassment is sometimes dismissed as being “banter” or just a joke. However, it can have serious consequences - it can cause stress and have a negative impact on mental and physical health. It can leave people feeling fearful, ashamed, anxious and vulnerable and, in many cases, it has driven people to leave their job altogether.

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Sexual Harassment Prevention in the Workplace
Posted on 23rd November 2018 by Paul Wright

Understanding and confronting sexual harassment at Work

Understanding and confronting sexual harassment at Work

The more we discover about the extent and impact of sexual harassment in the workplace, the greater the need for employers to take concrete action to tackle the problem.

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Understanding and confronting sexual harassment at Work
Posted on 12th November 2018 by Paul Wright

NEW - Disabled adventures in customer service

NEW - Disabled adventures in customer service

Disabled people still face a range of outdated attitudes and uninformed assumptions that affect the quality of the service they receive and how they are treated in the workplace. With 1 in 3 people in the UK either disabled or close to someone who is, being disability confident and catering for the needs of as many customers as possible is a crucial part of ensuring the success of any organisation.

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NEW - Disabled adventures in customer service
Posted on 15th October 2018 by Paul Wright

Lead an Inclusive Team

Lead an Inclusive Team

Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) is a phrase that we hear a lot these days. However, for many of us, the focus always seems to be on the “Diversity” part. Diversity can be measured quantitatively. It’s easy to say “we need a diverse workforce” and measure the results. If we avoid focusing on the inclusion part this can lead us to lose the diverse workforce that we have created by not making those staff members feel valued, safe and be accepted for who they really are.

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Lead an Inclusive Team
Posted on 10th October 2018 by Paul Wright

Wright Solutions Supports World Mental Health Day

Wright Solutions Supports World Mental Health Day

1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health problem at some stage in our life.  If this happens to a colleague or member of your team it can be difficult to know what you should say and do - but one thing you definitely shouldn't do is ignore it.

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Wright Solutions Supports World Mental Health Day
Posted on 10th October 2018 by Paul Wright

It's OK to use the 'C Word'...

It's OK to use the 'C Word'...

Mental ill health in the workplace poses one of the most serious risks to organisations today – but many employers are unaware of the scale of the problem or how to tackle it.

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It's OK to use the 'C Word'...

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