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reWorked: The Diversity and Inclusion Podcast. Join the EW Group team as they speak to leaders in diversity and inclusion, discussing best practice and wellbeing tips. Learn how you can rework your company culture to make it more inclusive. Brought to you by diversity consultancy, EW Group - we have 29 years of expertise in diversity consultancy, unconscious bias training and inclusive leadership.
 
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How do you engage those groups who don’t consider themselves ‘diverse’ in the diversity conversation? This is one challenge our clients all have in common at EW. During the pandemic, many of us have been working from home, some juggling childcare and homelife between partners in a way we had not done before. In some cases, fathers have spent more t…
 
Sue Unerman is Chief Transformation Officer at MediaCom, which is the UK’s largest Media Agency. She is also the co-author Belonging - The Key to Transforming and Maintaining Diversity, Inclusion and Equality at Work. In this episode, Sue joins Rachael Wilson to discuss what makes belonging different to inclusion, why majority groups are so vital t…
 
Securing an environment of respect in which your team is encouraged to think critically are essential threads weaving into the fabric of your inclusive culture. Feeling encouraged to speak up, challenge thoughts, and have difficult conversations are vital in workplaces – after all, the most cutting-edge, risk taking and creative of organisations st…
 
Born in Bradford and now living by the sea in the North East, Kate Fox is a poet, comic, radio journalist and wild swimmer. A regular guest on BBC R4, she is a doctor of comedy – it was the subject of her PhD – and identifies as neurodivergent. Kate and Rachael discuss what happens when some of these passions and talents intersect and explore what …
 
Babita Sharma is a broadcaster, journalist and author. A well-known anchor for BBC News, Babita was born the daughter of first-generation immigrant shopkeepers in Reading, Berkshire. Her family’s story was the starting point for her critically-acclaimed documentary Booze, Beans & Bhajis: The Story of the Corner Shop which aired on BBC Four in 2016.…
 
Tom Shakespeare is one of the UK’s leading social scientists. He is Professor of Disability Research at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. He has taught, written and researched widely on disability rights and bioethics. In 2011 he co-authored and co-edited the World Report on Disability for the World Health Organisation. Among othe…
 
Naomi Dickson is chief executive of Jewish Women’s Aid, the only specialist organisation in the UK supporting Jewish women and children affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence. She’s been involved in the organisation for two decades, starting out as a volunteer. Last year Naomi’s tireless work to support vulnerable women was recognised when …
 
reWorked is the diversity and inclusion podcast which unpicks the fabric of working culture. We’re launching our fourth season with a special preview of the themes we think are going to be top of the agenda in 2021. From the health inequalities brought to light by Covid-19 to the Black Lives Matter movement, diversity and inclusion was never far fr…
 
To mark the recent 25-year anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, activists and EW Group consultants, David Ruebain and Agnes Fletcher, look back at their involvement in campaigning for disability rights during the 1990s. They delve into what has been accomplished for progressing visibility and equality for disabled people and what …
 
This month on reWorked, we are joined by EW Group diversity consultants Safina Nadeem and Yvonne Howard. EW Group’s Business Development Manager, Luke Robinson, sits down with Yvonne and Safina to look back on 2020 from the perspective of Covid-19 and anti-racism. They explore the changes to the world of work, with training going online, and the po…
 
Karen Kennard first witnessed the difficulty of students being able to access information about education bursaries when her son embarked to University. She subsequently founded The Scholarship Hub, a social enterprise that offers a centralised database and support for students to explore funding opportunities for them. Karen talks to Lisa Jobson a…
 
Outvertising is a not-for-profit advertising and marketing advocacy group that collaborates with brands to push for increased and more diverse LGBT+ representations in ads and on our screens. Outvertising’s Chair, Mark Runacus MBE, joins Mitch to discuss how organisations can become more inclusive in their messaging, and the positive impact this ha…
 
Diversity & Inclusion Consultant and Resilience Speaker, Winston Clements, joins reWorked with Catherine Manser. Having been born with a rare bone condition, Winston fractured 150 bones by the age of twelve. But throughout his life, he has not let this condition withhold him from his aspirations. He since went on to University and is now a Diversit…
 
Join Lisa and Emily in conversation about Emily’s experience as a visually impaired candidate navigating the job market post-university and subsequently, the work she has led raising awareness around accessibility for disabled employees at Cambridge University Press and more widely within the Publishing sector through her involvement with Publishin…
 
Reggie Nelson joins Lisa on the reWorked podcast to discuss how knocking on doors in one of London’s richest neighbourhoods landed him a dream job in the City. Reggie shines a light on why equal opportunities and levelling the playing field for those entering the world of work is an important priority for all workplaces. He has spoken about the imp…
 
David speaks candidly about his career in D&I, from his work as an education and equality lawyer to his critical involvement as Director of Legal Policy in creating and implementing the Equality Act 2010. He discusses how having a disability impacted his likelihood of pursuing further and higher education whilst growing up, before going on to Unive…
 
In this episode of reWorked Matt Salmon, Head of Agency & Client Sales and Commercial Marketing at Channel 4, joins Gill, EW’s Marketing Manager, to discuss the origins, objectives and outcomes of C4’s Diversity in Advertising Award. Find out how it’s contributing to a more diverse advertising, broadcasting and cultural landscape and about the cont…
 
This week MD Lisa Jobson speaks to HeForShe-pledger Miles Ockwell, Detective Superintendent for West Sussex Police. Detective Superintendent Miles Ockwell talks to Lisa about why he decided to persuade the UN to accept the West Sussex Police force as the first UK Thematic Champion of the HeforShe campaign, which deals with gender inequality. They t…
 
This week CEO Jane Farrell speaks to Sandra Mellors, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer for Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust. Following a Care Quality Commission recommendation, and with patient outcomes at its heart, the Trust embarked on a major change programme that has had far reaching effects on the culture of the o…
 
Is your organisation keen to start its D&I journey but unsure where to begin? In this episode of reWorked, Rachael offers practical advice for companies who are about to take their first steps towards creating a diverse and inclusive workplace culture. Following the tips in this mini-guide will benefit your current employees from all backgrounds an…
 
Was this in the plan? Blogger, author and activist Stephanie Nimmo, tells Rachael about her turbulent and inspiring story of being catapulted into life as a carer. She discusses what employers could do to keep carers in the workforce, as well the raft of valuable soft skills that carers develop: from stakeholder management to project management und…
 
Meg Mathews talks frankly about her personal experience of going through the menopause and how it led to her becoming a leading menopause activist in the UK. Meg tells Rachael about what she thinks businesses should be doing to support their female employees. Listen out for her Hungarian vizsla Ziggy, who gets involved in the conversation too. To h…
 
In this episode, Rachael talks to Helen Hyde, Acting Partners’ Counsellor at the John Lewis Partnership, the largest co-owned business in the UK with over 83,000 partners and no external shareholders. The company operates John Lewis & Partners department stores, Waitrose & Partners supermarkets, its banking and financial services. Rachael and Helen…
 
This week Rachael speaks to Leng Montgomery, Diversity and Inclusion Lead at Cushman and Wakefield. Cushman and Wakefield is one of the largest real estate services firms in the world, grossing $8.2 billion in 2018 and employing over 51,000 workers across 70 countries. Their portfolio spans from developing the new Stratford Westfield shopping centr…
 
This week Rachael speaks to Anthony Francis, Agile Delivery Lead and Transformation Manager for Lloyds Bank. Lloyds Bank is considered one of the “Big Four” banks in the UK. Operating since 1765, Lloyds employs more than 45,000 staff across England and Wales. Despite being a traditional bank, the bank actively pursues a diversity and inclusion agen…
 
This episode looks at inclusive communications. Communications are important to every organisation. They can be internal or external, official or informal, and aimed at customers, employees or stakeholders. It’s vital that communications reflect the diverse groups of people a company works with. Without care, groups of people can quickly become exc…
 
In episode 11, Rachael offers help and advice on inclusive recruitment in the third part of our 'How to Rework' mini series. Why is inclusive recruitment an important topic for organisations to tap into right now? On many levels moving to a diverse workforce is a game-changer. It's been shown that homogenous groups make less successful business dec…
 
This week Rachael speaks to Mabel Garcia, People, Culture and EDI Manager for the construction division based in the UK at Ferrovial Agroman. Ferrovial Agroman is the construction division of Ferrovial SA, a multinational civil engineering and services company headquartered in Spain. The construction division is involved in a number of high-profile…
 
This week Rachael talks to Nikki de Vet, Organisational Effectiveness Manager at British Land, one of the largest property development and investment companies in the UK. In this episode, Rachael and Nikki tackle two of the most burning questions in diversity and inclusion: how to get buy-in from staff at all levels for cultural change programmes a…
 
In this episode, Rachael talks to Rebecca Berry, Head of Culture, Diversity and Inclusion at Lloyds Register about driving culture change. Rebecca Berry is the Head of Culture, Diversity and Inclusion at Lloyds Register, one of the world’s leading providers of professional services for engineering and technology. Rachael and Rebecca discuss the spe…
 
In episode 7, Rachael breaks down the popular buzz phrase inclusive leadership in our new 'How to reWork' mini-series. In this episode, Rachael tackles 'inclusive leadership'. It's a popular buzz phrase just now, but what does it mean? Rachael answers all your key questions, including: • What do we mean by 'inclusive leadership'? • What would you s…
 
In episode 6, Rachael talks to Gary Jackson, Group Director of Communications and Customer Success at Mears Group about the importance of diversity communications. Rachael and Gary discuss the importance of diversity communications in your organisation, from how critical is good comms on diversity and inclusion, to how getting it right can move you…
 
In episode 5, Rachael talks to Dominie Moss, founder of The Return Hub, a unique recruitment firm about what her company is doing to challenge the return to work status quo. People returning to work after a career break, having children, travelling – whatever the reason – can face an uphill struggle to be taken seriously in the job market. The tran…
 
In this week's episode, we're changing things up. In our new "How to rework" guides, Rachael Wilson breaks down the big topics in diversity and inclusion, starting with unconscious bias. In this episode, Rachael is tackling unconscious bias. From answering 'what is unconscious bias?' to discussing 'how does it affect us at work?', 'what's the scien…
 
In this week's episode, Rachael talks to Cherron Inko-Tariah MBE, former civil servant and founder of the Power of Staff Networks. Cherron Inko-Tariah is one of those inspiring people who has turned her passion for staff networks into her specialism. Cherron is the author of The Incredible Power of Staff Networks, which is a go-to guide for setting…
 
In episode 2, Rachael talks to Salma El-Wardany, TEDx speaker, BBC Radio London host, business owner and poet, about her experiences as a Muslim woman in the 21st century both in wider society and in the workplace. Salma discusses her experiences growing up in Newcastle, fighting in the revolution during the Arab Spring in Cairo, working in the cor…
 
In our first episode back for 2019, Rachael talks to Victoria Hills, Chief Executive of the Royal Town Planning Institute, on her career journey and important lessons she’s learnt on the way. Until April 2018 Victoria Hills headed up the UK's largest re-generation project in West London. She’s now Chief Executive of the Royal Town Planning Institut…
 
In this week’s episode, Rachael is talking to Karen Venn, Diversity and Inclusion Project Manager at Network Rail about a new project Karen’s spearheading with her colleagues, ‘Everyone’s Guide to Menopause.’ Menopause is still a relatively taboo subject regarding women’s health. The average age menopause is reached is 50, affecting approximately 3…
 
This week, Rachael is talking to Pat Cox – reader in Social Work and Social Justice at University of Central Lancashire – about the diversity and inclusion issues surrounding migration. We effectively live in a world on the move. We are increasingly looking for meaningful work, opportunities, better standards of living and adventure. Migration is u…
 
In this episode, Rachael talks to Caroline Arnold, an executive coach and one of EW Group’s team of diversity and inclusion specialists, about how coaching can help individuals and how it fits into the broader organisational picture. More organisations are recognising the importance of offering coaching and mentoring to its employees to help create…
 
In Episode 17, Rachael is joined by a good friend of EW Group, Ruth Cooper-Dickson, to discuss how to remove the fear of saying no. Ruth also shares her practical tips on how to create more time for yourself despite having a hectic work schedule. Ruth is our partner for all Mental Health England accredited programmes and a well respected specialist…
 
In episode 16 of Reworked, Rachael Wilson talks to the Gilane Tawadros, Chief Executive at DACS, a not-for-profit visual artists’ rights management organisation. DACS was set up by artists for artists to help transform the financial landscape for visual artists, campaign for artists’ rights and champion their sustained and vital contribution to the…
 
In episode 15 of Reworked, Rachael Wilson talks to Rob Neil OBE, Head of Project Race at the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and the former Chair of the Civil Service Race Forum. Rob provides a candid insight into his experience of being a black man in the Civil Service. With over three decades of lived experience, Rob offers a refreshingly honest analys…
 
For episode 14 of Reworked, Rachael catches up with Jim Gant and Keith Grafham, the team behind Feed Your Elephant, an exciting new start-up set to change the way people learn. Have you ever stayed up all night cramming for an exam, only to find yourself drawing blanks the next day? That’s because our brains aren’t built to work that way. Scientifi…
 
For episode 13 of the Reworked podcast, Rachael talks to Lauren Quigley, Business Growth Lead at the Mayor of London’s official promotional agency, London and Partners. You may have heard the phrase ‘Behind every man is a great woman’. This year, London and Partners are turning that anachronism on its head. Women don’t stand behind great men; they …
 
For episode 12 of the ReWorked podcast, Rachael is joined by Victor Olisa, former Head of Diversity and Chief Superintendent at the Metropolitan Police. Working for the Metropolitan Police is demanding. 12-hour shifts are becoming the norm, and a recent study revealed that 53% of officers are never or only rarely able to take their full rest break …
 
In episode 11 of the Reworked podcast, Rachael talks to Vix Anderton, a wellbeing specialist and co-founder of The Practical Balance. The importance of wellbeing in the modern workplace cannot be underestimated. It has been estimated that 12.5 million working days were lost in 2016-17 due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety. But for many …
 
For the tenth episode of Reworked we caught up with Gemma Lloyd, founder of the recruitment app Work180, which has recently landed in the UK. Equality, diversity and inclusion often appear in organisational values and strategy. Work180 helps job seekers know before they apply which organisations walk their talk. The Work180 app advertises the job r…
 
On 12th April 2018, two black men were arrested in a Starbucks branch in Philadelphia while waiting for a friend to join them. Mobile-phone video footage of the pair being put in handcuffs in front of disbelieving onlookers soon went viral. The arrests sparked demonstrations outside the branch and wider outrage across social media. As part of the c…
 
As we journey across London, whether night or day but almost undoubtedly absorbed in our technology, how in tune are we with our physical personal safety in the moment? Rachael speaks with Jillian Kowalchuk the creator of Safe and The City, a free app which merges police crime data on sexual assault in London with the stories of users. With this in…
 
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