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Building Mental Strength

by Karen Boyd – a certified Career and Mental Fitness Coach. April is Stress Awareness Month. We all know what it’s like to feel stressed and experience stress from time to time. It can help motivate us and improve our performance, but if it’s happening too frequently it can cause problems. Stress overload is a big issue in Britain. In

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Random Acts of Inclusive Kindness

It’s Random Acts of Kindness Week. Everyone could do with more kindness in their lives, especially so after the last two tough years. Scientific evidence shows us the positive effects of doing kind acts for others, as well as receiving or even witnessing kindness. For this year’s Random Acts of Kindness Week, we’re putting our focus again on Random Acts

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How is the BAME experience of Imposter Syndrome different?

by Nazish Bhaiwala – Career Coach at Red Arbre and specialist in overcoming imposter feelings at work. When it comes to Imposter Syndrome, there are added layers of complexity for minority groups that we can all benefit from being aware of. The feeling of belonging Imposter Syndrome (more accurately known as ‘imposter phenomenon’) at work describes the experience of feeling like

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How To Be More Trans Inclusive

Every year, November 13th marks the start ofTransgender Awareness Week. No one should face discrimination because of who they are. Here are some key ways to be more trans inclusive in both the recruitment process and the workplace, and the simple steps your organisation can take to overcome the barriers too often experienced by transgender people at work. 1: Pronouns

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Disability Inclusive Interviews – Top Tips

How disability inclusive is your interview process?There are many ways people with disabilities can be excluded from the recruitment process. You’re looking for the best candidate for the job so why risk excluding potential talent from showing you their skills? It’s important that disabled candidates have the same opportunities to shine in the recruitment process as everyone else. Most won’t

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Intersectionality: Time to drop the one-size-fits-all approach

Intersectionality – the term, coined by Kimberlé Crenshaw, brings a lens that is really important for us to understand…. Intersectionality is the multiple layers of individuals that we are. It’s not just considering race, sexual orientation, disability, class, socio-economic background, education and so on. These strands individually can cause marginalisation, bias and/or discrimination against an individual…. but intersectionality finally identifies

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Writing Inclusive Job Descriptions: 6 Top Tips

Did you know that the average job seeker spends 49.7 seconds reading a job description before dismissing a position as a poor fit? Any changes you can make to your language and the accessibility of your recruitment process to be more inclusive will help attract talented candidates to your opportunities who may have previously stopped reading after less than a

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