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Age, Perspective and Wisdom: Friends of Foes?
Age, Perspective and Wisdom: Friends of Foes?

With the average age of the FTSE100 C-Suites being 58 and no Directors under the age of 35 today, we looked in to the drivers of ageism and whether there is any truth behind the perception that wisdom comes from experience

Beauty in simplicity: We call 'DEI' time on pronouns
Beauty in simplicity: We call 'DEI' time on pronouns

Pronouns exist to divide and oppress people, yet continue to be claimed by those most in need of safe spaces to be themselves. We explain why it's time to drop the labels and embrace the beautifully unique complexity of Humanity once again.

Doomed from Day One: We call 'DEI' time on Culture Fit
Doomed from Day One: We call 'DEI' time on Culture Fit

Ever feel like you're the only person in your firm with a personality? Then your firm is almost certainly running a 'Culture Fit' model. You might want to have a word with your HR team after reading this article. Because your firm won't exist much longer.

5 little steps: Collecting staff demographic data like a boss
5 little steps: Collecting staff demographic data like a boss

Companies are having mixed fortunes collecting information about employee diversity. We explain the various challenges cropping up, contexualise the drivers behind those challenges and help you navigate them with 5 easy to follow steps to delivering best-in-class success.

Dear D&I Industry, I am speaking...
Dear D&I Industry, I am speaking...

After a year watching and listening to the efforts of operators across the D&I industry and beyond, our Founder shares some frank words and uncomfortable truths about the state of the industry entrusted to deliver meaningful change that got stuck on meaningless talk.

16 Top Tips: Some talk about Diversity & Inclusion
16 Top Tips: Some talk about Diversity & Inclusion

In this Volume 1 of a new series for Change Makers - as in, those looking to drive more meaningful authentic change across their organisations (and not just talk) - our Founder shares 16 quick wins, top tips and big ideas to help move the dial.

Talking the talk: 5 top tips for Talent Awards ceremonies
Talking the talk: 5 top tips for Talent Awards ceremonies

They promised to find and reward top change making talent. As it turns out, they could use a little bit of that themselves. Here's our Founder's top tips for awards ceremonies and awarding bodies on how to drive meaningful change.

Lots in common: Liz Truss' 44-days as UK PM and the D&I industry
Lots in common: Liz Truss' 44-days as UK PM and the D&I industry

From the UK's 3rd female Prime Minister to appointing the most diverse cabinet in history to resignation in just 6 weeks. We explain where it all went wrong for Liz Truss' administration, draw lessons for true leaders and consider the implications for the D&I agenda

A birthday message to some very Deilightful people
A birthday message to some very Deilightful people

Companies don't create change. People do. Special people who see and understand things that nobody else can. Through their uniqueness, these special people can see better ways of making a difference, completing the game and leaving a legacy. Here, Deilight's Founder reflects on what he's learnt after 12 months alone, and yet not alone at all.

Deilight shines at MSDUK2022 Business Show
Deilight shines at MSDUK2022 Business Show

Team Deilight were out in force last week for the UK's largest supplier diversity conference and business show of 2022. Here's a roundup of how the show went down.

A quick guide to mastering uncomfortable conversations about race
A quick guide to mastering uncomfortable conversations about race

Are you serious about making a real difference on race? We take a look at the origins of Black History Month, why it's important, the nature of Social Construction plus some quick tips to help you become better faster

Academia versus Business - who's best?
Academia versus Business - who's best?

Deilight's Founder contextualises how unique experiences growing up in the UK's melting pot fueled his passion to understand people, explains why others object to his identity as a Psychologist and his lessons for academia on how it can become more influential