Inclusion Bites

Inclusion Bites is a podcast series where Joanne Lockwood interviews 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 in. 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

https://seechangehappen.co.uk/inclusion-bites

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h1m. Bisher sind 47 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 19 hours 40 minutes

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episode 45: Living on the Edge


Ever since Andi can remember they have always looked at the edges, at those people who haven't quite fitted in and now feels that they also occupy that space - "on the edge"


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episode 44: Losing the Labels


As a woman Briana was taught at a very young age how to avoid harassment and certain labels. As a woman of colour that is amplified by showing you how to scale back your ethnic personality to avoid being seen as ignorant, confrontational or aggressive.


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episode 43: Freedom for Everybody


Lulu was a criminal defence lawyer for 11 years prior to coaching and empowering women to come to the forefront in society as an asset and not as a weakness.


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episode 42: Being a woman in a man’s world


Mandy Hickson is a former Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 pilot, now keynote speaker and author of the best selling book an officer not a gentleman, D&I is incredibly important to her and she feels we still have some way to go


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episode 41: Creating a level playing field so every human can be inspired


Mindy encourages people to be more thoughtful in their conversations, interactions and the way they show up in the world. This includes putting more thought' into 'thought leadership'.


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episode 40: Rediscovering lost knowledge


Peter speaks to organisations who let their most valuable resource slip through their fingers, and what they can do about it through knowledge recognition and risk assessment.


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 2021-08-12  1h0m
 
 

episode 39: Viewing gender through a fresh perspective


Respect is Antoinette's No.1 value and she has an allergic reaction each time she witnesses someone being disrespected. She believes that everyone deserves to be who they are and everyone deserves to be heard.


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 2021-08-05  1h9m
 
 

episode 38: Secrets from the habitologist


Tony Winyard is mixed race but everyone thinks he is white and it's resulted in situations where he's discovered some people's true thoughts on racism rather than the face they show to the world


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 2021-07-29  n/a
 
 

episode 37: Homes for Heroes


Mushtaq Khan is passionate about tackling inequality, giving people the best chance in life through helping the social housing sector become more inclusive through leadership and governance, community services and workforce development.


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episode 36: Freeing women from being prisoners of their pain


Diksha grew up in Uganda with Indian heritage and saw prejudice against the indigenous people first hand and then she herself became a refugee at the age of 15 and now wants to free all women from being prisoners of pain.


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 2021-07-15  57m