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Reworked: the company culture podcast.

Host, Rachael Wilson speaks to leaders in diversity and inclusion, discussing best practice and wellbeing tips. Learn how you can rework your company culture to make it more inclusive. Brought to you by EW Group - we have 26 years of expertise in unconscious bias training and inclusive leadership.

Latest Episodes

Series 3, Episode 6: Building a gender-equal police force with Miles Ockwell

This week MD Lisa Jobson speaks to HeForShe-pledger Miles Ockwell, Detective Superintendent for West Sussex Police.Detective Superintendent Miles Ockwell talks to Lisa about why he decided to persuade the UN to accept the West Sussex Police force as the first UK Thematic Champion of the HeforShe campaign, which deals with gender inequality. They talk about the impact the project has had on gender disparity in West Sussex Police and in the police force nationally following its subsequent adoption by every force in the UK, as well as the challenges they face in the future.Follow Miles’ work on Twitter @Supt_Ockwell.See Sussex Police’s progress in terms of gender equality by reading their upcoming annual report by visiting their website.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

22 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Series 3, Episode 6: Building a gender-equal police force with Miles Ockwell

Series 3, Episode 5: Transforming workplace culture through co-production and reverse mentoring, with Sandra Mellors

This week CEO Jane Farrell speaks to Sandra Mellors, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer for Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.Following a Care Quality Commission recommendation, and with patient outcomes at its heart, the Trust embarked on a major change programme that has had far reaching effects on the culture of the organisation and the lives of staff, patients and carers. Sandra speaks candidly about the personal impact of the Trust’s transformation, and the practical steps they took; from co-production of strategy with staff, patients and carers through to the adoption of reverse mentoring. The Trust has since received a CQC “outstanding” award and were named ‘Trust of the Year’ by the Healthcare Service Journal.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

30 MIN2019 NOV 8
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Series 3, Episode 5: Transforming workplace culture through co-production and reverse mentoring, with Sandra Mellors

Series 3, Episode 4: Where to start with diversity and inclusion

Is your organisation keen to start its D&I journey but unsure where to begin? In this episode of reWorked, Rachael offers practical advice for companies who are about to take their first steps towards creating a diverse and inclusive workplace culture. Following the tips in this mini-guide will benefit your current employees from all backgrounds and help your organisation implement D&I as part of the business strategy. Benefits include; improved employee satisfaction and retention, productivity and the ability to attract and recruit candidates from a more diverse group.Get in touch to find out more about how our 27 years of experience can help your organisation kick off its D&I journey. If you’re interested to hear how Lloyds Bank increased their diversity and inclusion agenda, listen to the recent reWorked podcast with Lloyds’ Anthony Francis.Connect with Rachael on LinkedIn or Twitter.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

11 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Series 3, Episode 4: Where to start with diversity and inclusion

Series 3, Episode 3: Being a carer, activist and advocate for neurodiversity with Stephanie Nimmo

Was this in the plan? Blogger, author and activist Stephanie Nimmo, tells Rachael about her turbulent and inspiring story of being catapulted into life as a carer. She discusses what employers could do to keep carers in the workforce, as well the raft of valuable soft skills that carers develop: from stakeholder management to project management underpinned by a hefty dose of resilience. Steph also shares her personal experiences of supporting her sons as they join the workforce and the need for improved company-wide support for neurodiversity.Follow Stephanie on Twitter, visit her website and read her blog 'Was This in the Plan?'.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

26 MIN2019 OCT 10
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Series 3, Episode 3: Being a carer, activist and advocate for neurodiversity with Stephanie Nimmo

Series 3, Episode 2: Challenging workplace attitudes to the menopause with activist Meg Mathews

Meg Mathews talks frankly about her personal experience of going through the menopause and how it led to her becoming a leading menopause activist in the UK. Meg tells Rachael about what she thinks businesses should be doing to support their female employees. Listen out for her Hungarian vizsla Ziggy, who gets involved in the conversation too.To hear more about Meg's activism and line of menopause products, follow Meg on Instagram @MegMathewsOfficial_ and Twitter @MegMathews.

30 MIN2019 SEP 25
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Series 3, Episode 2: Challenging workplace attitudes to the menopause with activist Meg Mathews

Series 2, Episode 14: The five intrinsic values of John Lewis Partnership with Helen Hyde

In this episode, Rachael talks to Helen Hyde, Acting Partners’ Counsellor at the John Lewis Partnership about the evolution of diversity and inclusion within the organisation, and the role that company values play in the development and sustainability of its culture.

25 MIN2019 AUG 14
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Series 2, Episode 14: The five intrinsic values of John Lewis Partnership with Helen Hyde

Series 3, Episode 1: Five ways to improve transgender inclusion in the workplace with Leng Montgomery

This week Rachael speaks to Leng Montgomery, Diversity and Inclusion Lead at Cushman and Wakefield.Cushman and Wakefield is one of the largest real estate services firms in the world, grossing $8.2 billion in 2018 and employing over 51,000 workers across 70 countries. Their portfolio spans from developing the new Stratford Westfield shopping centre to ‘The Walkie Talkie’ (a.k.a. 20 Fenchurch Street).Leng is the Diversity and Inclusion lead for Cushman and Wakefield. He has a background in both the corporate and charity sectors, previously working as the Diversity and Inclusion Executive for Sainsbury’s following his time at the leading LGBT charity, Stonewall.In this episode, Leng shares his personal journey as a trans man and speaks about the support and the setbacks he faced during his transition. His story highlights that there is still room for improvement of transgender awareness, rights and equality at work. Listen to this episode to hear Leng’s five tips to drive trans in...

32 MIN2019 AUG 12
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Series 3, Episode 1: Five ways to improve transgender inclusion in the workplace with Leng Montgomery

Series 2, Episode 13: Raising diversity and inclusion standards in financial services with Anthony Francis

This week Rachael speaks to Anthony Francis, Agile Delivery Lead and Transformation Manager for Lloyds Bank.Lloyds Bank is considered one of the “Big Four” banks in the UK. Operating since 1765, Lloyds employs more than 45,000 staff across England and Wales. Despite being a traditional bank, the bank actively pursues a diversity and inclusion agenda in the workplace.Anthony works as Transformation Manager and in a voluntary capacity, he is the bank’s role model and intersectionality lead, empowering the work of Lloyds’ network groups for women, LGBT, ethnicity and disability. He features in The Financial Times’ Top 50 BAME Future Leaders. In this episode of reWorked, Rachael and Anthony discuss the bank’s agile and intersectional approach to diversity and inclusion and how Lloyds is raising the standards of D&I for all workplaces.Connect with Anthony on LinkedIn. Connect with Lloyds Bank on Twitter or LinkedIn.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company cult...

27 MIN2019 AUG 6
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Series 2, Episode 13: Raising diversity and inclusion standards in financial services with Anthony Francis

Series 2, Episode 12: How to rework inclusive communications

Top tips for inclusive communications

10 MIN2019 JUL 23
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Series 2, Episode 12: How to rework inclusive communications

Series 2, Episode 11: How to rework inclusive recruitment

Top ten tips to inclusive recruitment

11 MIN2019 JUN 27
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Series 2, Episode 11: How to rework inclusive recruitment

Latest Episodes

Series 3, Episode 6: Building a gender-equal police force with Miles Ockwell

This week MD Lisa Jobson speaks to HeForShe-pledger Miles Ockwell, Detective Superintendent for West Sussex Police.Detective Superintendent Miles Ockwell talks to Lisa about why he decided to persuade the UN to accept the West Sussex Police force as the first UK Thematic Champion of the HeforShe campaign, which deals with gender inequality. They talk about the impact the project has had on gender disparity in West Sussex Police and in the police force nationally following its subsequent adoption by every force in the UK, as well as the challenges they face in the future.Follow Miles’ work on Twitter @Supt_Ockwell.See Sussex Police’s progress in terms of gender equality by reading their upcoming annual report by visiting their website.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture. For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

22 MIN2019 NOV 22
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Series 3, Episode 6: Building a gender-equal police force with Miles Ockwell

Series 3, Episode 5: Transforming workplace culture through co-production and reverse mentoring, with Sandra Mellors

This week CEO Jane Farrell speaks to Sandra Mellors, Deputy Chief Executive and Chief Operating Officer for Northamptonshire Healthcare Foundation Trust.Following a Care Quality Commission recommendation, and with patient outcomes at its heart, the Trust embarked on a major change programme that has had far reaching effects on the culture of the organisation and the lives of staff, patients and carers. Sandra speaks candidly about the personal impact of the Trust’s transformation, and the practical steps they took; from co-production of strategy with staff, patients and carers through to the adoption of reverse mentoring. The Trust has since received a CQC “outstanding” award and were named ‘Trust of the Year’ by the Healthcare Service Journal.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

30 MIN2019 NOV 8
Comments
Series 3, Episode 5: Transforming workplace culture through co-production and reverse mentoring, with Sandra Mellors

Series 3, Episode 4: Where to start with diversity and inclusion

Is your organisation keen to start its D&I journey but unsure where to begin? In this episode of reWorked, Rachael offers practical advice for companies who are about to take their first steps towards creating a diverse and inclusive workplace culture. Following the tips in this mini-guide will benefit your current employees from all backgrounds and help your organisation implement D&I as part of the business strategy. Benefits include; improved employee satisfaction and retention, productivity and the ability to attract and recruit candidates from a more diverse group.Get in touch to find out more about how our 27 years of experience can help your organisation kick off its D&I journey. If you’re interested to hear how Lloyds Bank increased their diversity and inclusion agenda, listen to the recent reWorked podcast with Lloyds’ Anthony Francis.Connect with Rachael on LinkedIn or Twitter.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

11 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Series 3, Episode 4: Where to start with diversity and inclusion

Series 3, Episode 3: Being a carer, activist and advocate for neurodiversity with Stephanie Nimmo

Was this in the plan? Blogger, author and activist Stephanie Nimmo, tells Rachael about her turbulent and inspiring story of being catapulted into life as a carer. She discusses what employers could do to keep carers in the workforce, as well the raft of valuable soft skills that carers develop: from stakeholder management to project management underpinned by a hefty dose of resilience. Steph also shares her personal experiences of supporting her sons as they join the workforce and the need for improved company-wide support for neurodiversity.Follow Stephanie on Twitter, visit her website and read her blog 'Was This in the Plan?'.You’re listening to Reworked, the EW Group podcast on company culture.For more on EW Group and the work we do to create inclusive cultures, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or visit our website.

26 MIN2019 OCT 10
Comments
Series 3, Episode 3: Being a carer, activist and advocate for neurodiversity with Stephanie Nimmo

Series 3, Episode 2: Challenging workplace attitudes to the menopause with activist Meg Mathews

Meg Mathews talks frankly about her personal experience of going through the menopause and how it led to her becoming a leading menopause activist in the UK. Meg tells Rachael about what she thinks businesses should be doing to support their female employees. Listen out for her Hungarian vizsla Ziggy, who gets involved in the conversation too.To hear more about Meg's activism and line of menopause products, follow Meg on Instagram @MegMathewsOfficial_ and Twitter @MegMathews.

30 MIN2019 SEP 25
Comments
Series 3, Episode 2: Challenging workplace attitudes to the menopause with activist Meg Mathews

Series 2, Episode 14: The five intrinsic values of John Lewis Partnership with Helen Hyde

In this episode, Rachael talks to Helen Hyde, Acting Partners’ Counsellor at the John Lewis Partnership about the evolution of diversity and inclusion within the organisation, and the role that company values play in the development and sustainability of its culture.

25 MIN2019 AUG 14
Comments
Series 2, Episode 14: The five intrinsic values of John Lewis Partnership with Helen Hyde

Series 3, Episode 1: Five ways to improve transgender inclusion in the workplace with Leng Montgomery

This week Rachael speaks to Leng Montgomery, Diversity and Inclusion Lead at Cushman and Wakefield.Cushman and Wakefield is one of the largest real estate services firms in the world, grossing $8.2 billion in 2018 and employing over 51,000 workers across 70 countries. Their portfolio spans from developing the new Stratford Westfield shopping centre to ‘The Walkie Talkie’ (a.k.a. 20 Fenchurch Street).Leng is the Diversity and Inclusion lead for Cushman and Wakefield. He has a background in both the corporate and charity sectors, previously working as the Diversity and Inclusion Executive for Sainsbury’s following his time at the leading LGBT charity, Stonewall.In this episode, Leng shares his personal journey as a trans man and speaks about the support and the setbacks he faced during his transition. His story highlights that there is still room for improvement of transgender awareness, rights and equality at work. Listen to this episode to hear Leng’s five tips to drive trans in...

32 MIN2019 AUG 12
Comments
Series 3, Episode 1: Five ways to improve transgender inclusion in the workplace with Leng Montgomery

Series 2, Episode 13: Raising diversity and inclusion standards in financial services with Anthony Francis

This week Rachael speaks to Anthony Francis, Agile Delivery Lead and Transformation Manager for Lloyds Bank.Lloyds Bank is considered one of the “Big Four” banks in the UK. Operating since 1765, Lloyds employs more than 45,000 staff across England and Wales. Despite being a traditional bank, the bank actively pursues a diversity and inclusion agenda in the workplace.Anthony works as Transformation Manager and in a voluntary capacity, he is the bank’s role model and intersectionality lead, empowering the work of Lloyds’ network groups for women, LGBT, ethnicity and disability. He features in The Financial Times’ Top 50 BAME Future Leaders. In this episode of reWorked, Rachael and Anthony discuss the bank’s agile and intersectional approach to diversity and inclusion and how Lloyds is raising the standards of D&I for all workplaces.Connect with Anthony on LinkedIn. Connect with Lloyds Bank on Twitter or LinkedIn.You’re listening to reWorked, the EW Group podcast on company cult...

27 MIN2019 AUG 6
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Series 2, Episode 13: Raising diversity and inclusion standards in financial services with Anthony Francis

Series 2, Episode 12: How to rework inclusive communications

Top tips for inclusive communications

10 MIN2019 JUL 23
Comments
Series 2, Episode 12: How to rework inclusive communications

Series 2, Episode 11: How to rework inclusive recruitment

Top ten tips to inclusive recruitment

11 MIN2019 JUN 27
Comments
Series 2, Episode 11: How to rework inclusive recruitment
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