By emphasising social justice, inclusion and the equality of human rights in all that you do, you can create the ultimate working environment for creative ideas, perspectives and opinions to thrive. That means taking a naturally and actively anti-oppressive stance on conversations and matters concerning all areas of diversity from age, race, gender, ability, nationality, religion, sexuality and more.
Forget bend it like Beckham. Aerliast for The Box NYC, instructor at Brooklyn's Body and Pole and Underground Cabaret heartthrob Jacob McKee (pictured here) - like so many outstanding queer talents - has made his decision. In the lipsync battle between boardroom and stage, she done already done had herses. But who misses out more from the absence of LGBTQ+ talent in the city, and which city has LGBTQ+ talent had the biggest impact? I guess this one's a lip sync.
Deilight Consulting's Founder Ian Clarke and Global Chamber’s Scott Longman - the official City of London Ambassador - team up to launch a new City of London LGBTQ+ talent community and professional network to help deliver rainbows to boardrooms across the square mile beyond Pride Month
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