Nervous and tongue-tied interviewers are one of the many hazards that disabled job candidates face.
Sometimes, just getting into the building can be the hardest part of our working day.
A lot of the time, the barriers that disabled people face in the workplace aren't physical - they're to do with people's atttitudes.
As a disabled person, getting on with the job usually requires a sense of humour.
We tend to think of conflict as being entirely negative but the right kind of conflict can be beneficial.
Research has shown that diverse teams led by inclusive leaders typically outperform homogenous ones.
Inclusive leaders take active steps to learn about their unconscious biases and tackle them.
There is a tendency for us to be biased in favour of people who work in a traditional full-time job and biased against those who don...
Our unconscious biases can exert a powerful influence on the decisions we make around things like staff recruitment, promotion and c...
Inclusive leaders have a clear understanding of their own unconscious biases and take steps to ensure that they don't affect their d...
Creating virtual opportunities for remote team members to get to know each other can help build trust and understanding.
Our physical environment can have consequences for the way we make and maintain relationships at work.