The rise of casual homophobia and why it has to stop

Yesterday (12 July 2017) Sir Andy Murray, the often criticised and proud Scot had to remind a journalist about ‘casual sexism’. It was a reference to that journalist’s comments that an American had reached a tennis semi-final for the first time since 2009. Andy corrected the journalist by reminding him he was only talking about… Read More The rise of casual homophobia and why it has to stop

Communications: The missing link in diversity

Every organisation worth their salt knows that the greater the diversity of their workforce (at all levels) the better the decision making is. So follows the better the decision making, the more profitable the business. This is no stretch, it’s fact. But attracting talent from different backgrounds, cultures, sexualities, genders and so on is not… Read More Communications: The missing link in diversity

Why community engagement not only makes good sense…but good business sense

I’m very fortunate, during my time as Chair of OUTbound I have got to work with some great brands supporting projects that I felt very strongly about. Thankfully these brands understood that high profile projects supporting LGBT+ diversity actually makes good business sense.  I’m even more gratified because raising that kind of cash from a… Read More Why community engagement not only makes good sense…but good business sense