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Unconscious Bias -subtle yet exhaustingly frequent. An interview with Sarah Perugia

I am interviewing Sarah Perugia. Sarah is an accredited Executive Leadership Coach, Team Facilitator and Key Note Speaker. One of her coaching programmes is called Women on a Mission which focuses on helping women entrepreneurs to build confidence and vision to overcome barriers. I hope to find out a little more about Sarah, her career and her focus on celebrating and supporting women leaders. This felt like a fitting topic to explore around International Women’s Day.

Celebrating Success. An Interview with Sarah Perugia, Leadership Coach

I am interviewing Sarah Perugia. Sarah is an accredited Executive Leadership Coach, Team Facilitator and Key Note Speaker. One of her coaching programmes is called Women on a Mission which focuses on helping women entrepreneurs to build confidence and vision to overcome barriers. I hope to find out a little more about Sarah, her career and her focus on celebrating and supporting women leaders. This felt like a fitting topic to explore around International Women’s Day.

Women in Leadership: An Interview with Sarah Perugia, Leadership Coach

I am interviewing Sarah Perugia. Sarah is an accredited Executive Leadership Coach, Team Facilitator and Key Note Speaker. One of her coaching programmes is called Women on a Mission which focuses on helping women entrepreneurs to build confidence and vision to overcome barriers. I hope to find out a little more about Sarah, her career and her focus on celebrating and supporting women leaders. This felt like a fitting topic to explore around International Women’s Day.

Authenticity and Networking: An interview with Sarah Perugia, Leadership Coach

Sarah is an accredited Executive Leadership Coach, Team Facilitator and Key Note Speaker. One of her coaching programmes is called Women on a Mission which focuses on helping women entrepreneurs to build confidence and vision to overcome barriers. I hope to find out a little more about Sarah, her career and her focus on celebrating and supporting women leaders. This felt like a fitting topic to explore around International Women’s Day.

NHS Valuing Diversity, Valuing Staff

The NHS has been featuring very predominantly in the headlines of late, mainly regarding the Covid-19 pandemic. Medical professionals have been widely and rightly praised for their hard work, dedication and commitment through these incredibly difficult times. However,...

Black Lives Matter: Dismantling destructive attitudes that lead to discrimination in the workplace

The way we live our lives has changed in the space of six months and has understandably made many people anxious for the future. However, contrary to the slightly ominous tone, this post is about hope. Hope in the form of opportunity, to learn and adapt, thus strengthening the culture of inclusivity in the workplace. In light of recent events, I’ll be focusing on race and elements of the black experience and how certain narratives can contribute to our conscious and unconscious bias surrounding “black-ness.” It is my belief that to dismantle destructive attitudes that lead to discrimination, you must first look at the root cause. Through understanding and examination, we can start to develop behaviours that encourage equality and support growth.

Uncertain Times

As the alarm rings and I open my eyes, I take a deep breath and a sense of anticipation (or if I am honest, is it dread?) emerges. The laziness and calm of the Easter holidays are over and it is time to get back to home schooling. I metaphorically put on my wonder...

Autism Awareness Week – Autism and the workplace

Working for Garnett Interactive’s Logistics Team, Liz Manning has an adult son, Edward, who has autism. She has had a first-hand view of her son’s working experiences and what “Inclusion in the Business World” really means to those with autism.    Edward was educated...