RIGHTTRACK BLOG

Wherever you are on your development journey, take a break for five minutes…

…and stay up to date with our blog. Explore our thoughts and tips on diversity and inclusion, be in the know about training insights and resources, and discover our views on workplace topics. 

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How employees change their names to fit in

Earlier this year, Thandiwe Newton announced she was changing the spelling of her name back to its original after a…

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What are social media platforms doing to create an inclusive environment?

Millions and millions of us use social media. 77.9% of the UK population to be exact. And hands up, who…

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Mental Health Taboos Quiz for Individuals & Teams

There are some really unhelpful stereotypes and taboos out there surrounding ‘Mental Health’ and ‘Wellbeing’. And because of the way…

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Self-Coaching ‘One-Point Happier’ Activity for Individuals & Teams

Practical Tools to be Happier & Healthier We all rush around putting family, work and chores before ourselves. But whether…

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Unconscious Bias vs Conscious Inclusion; It’s Not Just Semantics.

Unconscious Bias training has had a lot of bad press recently. Journalists, CEOs and civil servants alike, have all claimed:…

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55% of People are Too Scared to Talk About Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace for Fear of Saying the Wrong Thing

Of the 1,090 people who responded to our most recent poll, less than half said they are comfortable to talk…

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More than Half of People Still Think ‘Equality, Diversity & Inclusion’ is Just Political Correctness

Despite years of consistent, prominent and meaningful conversations in the media about race, sexual harassment, gender, disability, gender identity and…

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Book Review: 21 Lessons for the 21st Century – Yuval Harari

“People rarely appreciate their ignorance, because they lock themselves inside an echo chamber of like-minded friends and self-confirming newsfeeds…”

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Book Review: Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez

For those who want to get into the nitty-gritty of gender bias, this is an on-topic, cutting edge title that should be on your 2021 reading list.