Calling Black Academics, Senior Leaders, and Influencers

Sep 28, 2020
 

Teach and Share Your Expertise or Life Advice and Help to Foster Positive Self-Education

I am appealing to UK based black academics, senior leaders, and influencers. The problem is real, and the fears in our communities, the black communities are soaring. Alas, anyone of us can be the next victim. As the Government keeps announcing in the daily briefings on the BBC, people...

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Yet Another Degree?

Sep 24, 2020

Migrant Women Self-Exclusion from Leadership Opportunities through over-qualification.

I recently encountered a fascinating woman who migrated to the UK via another European country as a highly-skilled migrant (van den Bergh and Du Plessis, 2012; Grigoleit-Richter, 2017). Let me tell you about Tada, not her real name of course for anonymity. With her permission, I share her story which will...

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My Top 10 Most Inspirational Women for Self-Inclusion into Leadership

Sep 22, 2020

Here we are, the end of 2019 and the end of the decade. A lot has happened in my life, some really great things such as having two more daughters which meant becoming an older mum. I now hold an accolade for being a teenage mum and one for being an older mum. Additionally, I have Juggled business, career, marriage, physical health, mental health, and house moves. Ten years is a long...

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Migrant Women’s Self Inclusion into Leadership – Responding to Questions

Sep 21, 2020

Today’s post focusses on the question about taking the step up! Going back to University or asking for that promotion.

Since getting back into the academic world to pursue a PhD in Inclusion in Leadership, I have been asked many questions, some positive and negative. Never mind.

It is also in response to questions asked about joining the ‘Migrant Women’s Self...

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Adoption and Identity: Insensitivity, lack of Inclusion, and Psychological Trauma

Sep 19, 2020

“Inclusion is a right not a privilege for a select few. Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.”     

– Jesse Jackson

In 2017, I started helping people to tell their stories through books. They share their personal experiences, and how we can draw lessons from them to then help someone else. These stories...

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Can a Woman Include Herself into Leadership Despite the Barriers?

Sep 18, 2020

Recognising and eliminating the barriers that stop women from advancing to leadership positions is vital. The business world needs to acknowledge that leaving the gender gap as wide as it does not make economic and business sense at all. It is high time we moved beyond business as usual and made the workforce more diverse and more inclusive.

Although companies have...

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Stepping up into Leadership

Sep 18, 2020
 

Special guest: Susannah Chambers, Scrum Master and Education Strategist.

We have come together to discuss “stepping up into leadership” because we are both passionate about making a positive impact in the lives of people internationally through enabling high-quality learning opportunities. We are focussing on women because we believe the world needs more women in...

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Does COVID19 affect black people?

Sep 17, 2020

Let’s mitigate the impact.

COVID19 scares all of us. We are living in uncertain times. Sadly, many people are losing loved ones, which is very unfortunate. Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) patients made up for 33.6% of patients in critical care in spite of only being about 14% of the population. For many ethnic minorities and especially migrants, that could mean...

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Believe in yourself by Jennifer Chidera Egbuchelem

Sep 17, 2020

Believe in yourself: The Fascinating Story of Andrea’ written by Jennifer Chidera Egbuchelem

Since I started Book Writing Coaching and Publishing, I have been approached by many people asking if I can help them publish children’s books. My answer has always been no.

That was until I read this story from a 12-year-old which I felt needed to be told.

So...

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Top Seven Traps to Watch For in Your First Year in Business

Sep 17, 2020

Have you recently started running a business?

Whether you chose to start your business or life circumstances drove you to become a business owner; you may be wondering what next for you regarding marketing your business and networking?

I started my business in 2017 and spent a whole year working by myself; travelling as well as working from home. Soon I found it hard to be talking to walls...

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