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    Surfacing attitudes to agile working at Coventry City Council
    Earlier this year, Pearn Kandola worked with Coventry City Council to support them in rolling out their strategy…
    Untapped potential: Empowering new talent at the top of the Cabinet Office
    The Challenge: The levels of diversity at the junior and mid-management levels of the Cabinet Office were not…
    Responsible funding decisions: Managing unconscious bias at NERC
    NERC - the Natural Environment Research Council - is the UK's largest funder of independent research, training and…
    WorleyParsons’ global leaders embrace inclusive leadership and bias awareness
    In 2013 WorleyParsons, a leading provider of engineering, procurement and construction management services to the resources and energy…
    Eliminating bias drives Freshfields’ diversity push
    Ranked in The Times’ Top 50 Employers for Women, international law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is working hard…
    Arup moves forward through better bias awareness
    Engineering and consultancy services firm, Arup is improving career opportunities for women through a development initiative designed and…
    BBA Aviation makes bias a leadership issue
    BBA Aviation's diversity strategy gained fresh momentum after its top team took part in Pearn Kandola's Mirror programme.…
    Better awareness brings changing behaviour at the Department for Transport
    An individually-tailored version of Pearn Kandola's 'Mirror' Workshop is helping The Department for Transport (DfT) to fulfil a…
    Ernst & Young progress diversity through Mirror-style e-learning programme
    Taking inspiration from Pearn Kandola's Mirror workshop, Ernst &Young (E&Y) is educating its managers to become more aware…
    TAQA turns cultural differences to advantage
    TAQA is a prime example of a high-performing multinational organisation that values, thrives on and actively promotes cultural…