The Values & Value in Diversity

If the truth be told, I wasn’t considered to be a diversity expert until I wrote a book, Consequences: Diverse to Mosaic Britain, which touches on the subject.  I am, however, a Black British female of Nigerian origin who happened to live with a white working class family during my foundational years. Not only have I lived in both Britain and … Read More

When Employees Love What They Do, But Not Where They Do It

I went into a shop to buy lunch last week. As I stared at the menu board trying to decide what I wanted to order, one of the assistants at the counter politely asked me with a smile, what I would like to order. I told her that I hadn’t made my mind up yet and so she went on … Read More

Attitude Wins

I recently had the privilege to judge at an exhibition for Young Enterprise. I absolutely loved having the opportunity to have conversations with young minds about their concepts and ideas. To take the time to access what they were doing, whilst simultaneously doing some subtle coaching. To me, the mere fact that they had got involved in the programme was … Read More