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Stand in My Shoes: Race and Culture in Parliament

To celebrate the launch of their report on Race at Work, ParliREACH (a Workplace Equality Network in support of increasing awareness and appreciation of race, ethnicity, and cultural heritage issues) hosted an…
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Positive Action Programme for BAME staff

In 2015, we were approached by members of the Diversity and Inclusion team at the Cabinet Office who wanted to address a perpetual problem of BAME employees being under-represented at senior grades. …
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Engaging unconscious bias sessions at a top ranking university

A top ranking university got in contact with Pearn Kandola for bespoke unconscious bias training tailored to different demographics – academics, support staff, and students. They wanted the training to meet these…
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Understanding bullying and harassment in CLSICO

Most service providers only offered half a day "familiarisation" on harassment and bullying in the workplace. China LNG Shipping (International) Co Ltd (CLSICO) was looking for a supplier, who understood them as…
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Embedding long-lasting behavior change at HSBC with Inclusive Leadership

The objective set by HSBC was to simply support their organisation's senior leaders in having a demonstrable impact on the levels of diversity within their teams and across their functions. HSBC asked…
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Individual Development Centres at Robert Walters

We were asked to provide a one-to-one leadership development programme for a select team of directors at Robert Walters, in support of the Group's vision for service expansion across the UK, Middle…
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Tailored unconscious bias training for 3i

Unconscious bias was not a new concept to 3i. Most of their employees had already had training on unconscious bias and its implications. However, they wanted to go a step further –…
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Improving Senior Manager promotions at Linklaters LLP

Linklaters LLP are a leading global law firm, with a sizeable business services function that provides internal support services. The Head of HR for Business Services, Vicky Twibell, engaged Pearn Kandola to…
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New tests make NHS graduate assessment fairer

Changes to the way the NHS assesses applicants for its Graduate Management Training Scheme are making the process fairer and more effective at identifying future leaders. The use of technology is also…
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Situational Judgement Tests – a better way to hire the best trainees

Ability, not background, is what really counts at the law firm Wragge & Co. Changes to its trainee selection process are ensuring that, in tune with its diversity-minded approach it recruits only…
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