CMI’s plan for sharing work opportunity and success
Lord Shinkwin discusses living with a disability, and managers’ role in making work easier for disabled people
To attract and retain disabled talent, managers need to get better at understanding and implementing reasonable adjustments
Neurodivergent people can bring valuable skills to any workplace, as long as the working environment plays to their strengths
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Once Luke Birkett CMgr MCMI was ashamed of his dyslexia. Now he believes it boosts his leadership abilities
People with disabilities are held back by misconceptions among employers. Flipping these takes a few straightforward changes
One CMI Companion wants to open up the conversation about some of the other, less explored facets of diversity and inclusion
If almost one in five of our working age population are disabled, where are the disabled members of ftse-350 boards?
At the start of 2020, flexible working was something you had to ask permission for. But overnight, it became a necessity