March 16, 2011


Creating extraordinary experience

For over twenty years, I have worked with leaders from all walks of life to help them create extraordinary experiences for themselves and the people around them. They do this by rethinking their approach to Equality and Human Rights, and by working in practical ways to change their worlds. The secret, magical key is Inclusionism.

The magic of inclusionism

I am proud to say that I am an Inclusionist, I practise inclusionism, and I try to help others do likewise.

Inclusionism is based on the belief that we all fare better when the economy works for everyone, and when no one is abandoned, falling too far behind.

Inclusionism is achieved when all have the opportunity and resources necessary to participate fully in those social, legal, economic, political, and technological, activities that we would all like to take for granted.

The spirit of inclusion is about spotting and engaging with opportunities with open arms. Creating inclusion is often easier to talk and think about than to actually do. Most people find themselves dreaming about being an Inclusionist but never actually take the actions required to become it.

A combination of procrastination, “tomorrow will do”, and apprehension, the ‘what if’ syndrome, create the invisible barriers to your creative spirit and the spirit of Inclusion. For many, this means that their aspirations remain dreams and wishes and never become a reality.

For twenty years, I have worked to help create a more fair and open society, one in which I and others can achieve those aspirations.

I do this through a variety of activities:

  • consultancy
  • training
  • coaching
  • audits
  • speaking.

I am currently working on a number of different projects.

  • SignpostInclusion CIC
  • Equality / change training
  • Equality Manager
  • AAP
  • Maps
  • Prevent Agenda/Community Cohesion training