Inclusion Bites

Inclusion Bites is a podcast series where Joanne Lockwood chats to some pretty amazing people and simply has a conversation around the subject of inclusion, belonging and generally making the world a better place for everyone to thrive. Please subscribe to be notified of new episodes and if you would like to be a guest on the show then please make contact. Plug in your headphones, grab a decaf and listen in for a little bite of inspiration. #inclusionbites

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h1m. Bisher sind 58 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 2 days 8 hours 8 minutes


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episode 56: Busting the myths of inter-generational stereotypes [transcript]

Henry works with generations in the workforce to help them become more productive and effective. She gives us an overview of the generations, busts some myths and provides us with some hacks for getting the best out of every generation in the workforce.


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episode 55: Being on the periphery of society [transcript]

Khakan always felt "different", on the peripheral of any circle - family, social, political or otherwise. With a background is in Health & Social Care he is acutely aware of what it means to be treated differently when from a more marginalised community.


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episode 54: Everyone should feel as though they belong, are welcome and valued [transcript]

Esi is an advocate for disability inclusion in the workplace and longs for a world where disabled people are treated equitably in every cornerstone of life and that their disability is recognised and celebrated, and feel that they belong and are valued.


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episode 53: Domestic abuse must not be tolerated [transcript]

Andrew, in a former marriage, was a long-term victim of domestic abuse. He is now a passionate campaigner on the topic and takes a non-gender stance to it.


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episode 52: Assimilation is not necessary [transcript]

Hung, who is a “triple immigrant”, believes that there is no truth, only consensus, and the manner in which we collectively cope with this revelation will define how gentle or cruel our future humanity is going to be.


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episode 51: Peeling back our layers to uncover our Essence [transcript]

Michelle was in Sri Lanka on boxing day 2004 as the Tsunami hit. The impact of that highlighted to her that each of us have our own inner Essence that makes us who we are, She has now developed her own programmes for assessing people in organisations


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episode 50: Learning to talk, to listen and to learn [transcript]

Iain believes that the “Why of D&I” is quite simple. Everyone should be given the same opportunities and feel included and be encourage to open their eyes, to talk, to listen and to learn.


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episode 49: Building steppingstones to a better future [transcript]

Rachel is radio presenter with Sonder Radio in Manchester. who present her own show. As an Aussie transgender woman she has amassed varied experience in her life from being a Nurse, prospector and more recently a Transgender advocate.


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episode 48: Equality is not just a ‘nice to have’, it is a must [transcript]

Niels helps managers to become better leaders by making them master the concept of sustainable leadership. He also works to bring Diversity and Inclusion to the centre of attention of organisations and the people who work there.


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episode 47: Escaping the echo chamber of D&I lingo [transcript]

Greg is a global D&I director who is frustrated by the level of performative action in industry and the reliance of the same old soundbites that don’t effectively move the needle on diversity and inclusion.


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