WHAT WE DO
We offer a range of professional services tailored to suit your business needs. Our cross sector experience means we work with organisations big and small - creating innovative solutions to help you develop inclusive practices and increase diversity.
Diversity Consultancy Services
Build Inclusive Cultures
Offering professional advice and consultancy services to support you at any stage of your inclusion journey, whether that's getting the conversation started or helping set the strategic direction for diversity, we can support you no matter how small or big a project.
Leadership and Resilience
Grow Your Leaders
A development programme to build confidence and resilience through leadership and mentoring aimed at diverse groups. Build presence through personal impact to become an influential and inspiring leader.
Bespoke Training Solutions
Build Knowledge and Develop Skills
Offering a range of diversity, inclusion and wellbeing training solutions, including workshop design and facilitation - can be for a one off session or a programme of training focusing on your particular business and industry requirements.
Empowering Others to be their Best Selves
Develop skills to help create inclusive leaders who actively support diverse thinking and perspectives through involving, respecting and connecting with others - harnessing everyone's talents, energy and creativity.
Diversity in the Outdoors
Creating Positive Outdoor Experiences for All
Offering training and targeted programmes to increase participation in cycling and the outdoors, using the natural environment to build personal resilience and increase confidence, specialising in young girls and women.
Speaking and Media
Storytelling through Lived Experience
Sharing our story and our passion speaking at events and conferences, through film, podcasts, audio, writing blogs, opinion pieces and contributing to client social media.
Some recent projects!
Be a Diversity and Inclusion Champion
A toolkit for leaders
Cycling UK is a national cycling body and has over 200 cycling groups affiliated with it across the UK. Their goal was to create a new D&I champion role within their clubs. Aneela designed a toolkit for leaders setting out the role of the champion to support Cycling UK's commitment to increasing diversity. This was followed up with a workshop facilitated by Aneela showcasing the benefits to having this influential role within a cycling group. A number of their clubs now have diversity champions leading the way.
An introduction to Diversity and Inclusion - a CPD module
The Association of Mountaineering Instructors is the representative body for professional qualified mountaineering and climbing instructors in the UK and Ireland. With the impact of Black Lives Matter, they have been concerned about the lack of diversity in both their membership and in the participation in the outdoors. To address this, their aim was to upskill their members on diversity and inclusion focusing on inclusive leadership, collaboration and empowerment. Aneela is currently delivering a 2 part CPD module for AMI members. Members have since been using positive action approaches to target people from diverse backgrounds.
A toolkit for the cycling trade
When Black Lives Matter became a global phenomenon in June 2019, Singletrack Magazine were quick to respond. They wanted to develop a toolkit for the cycle trade through their Singletrack trade division to help raise awareness of the lack of diversity in cycling and provide practical tools to retailers on how to actively build diversity into their working practices. The toolkit was created as a video - a conversation piece between ourselves and Singletrack exploring the important issues Black Lives matter had brought to light in the cycle industry. This has led to an increased commitment from businesses to take steps to address the lack of diversity.
Bothy Bikepacking for Young Girls
A leadership programme for young girls
This life skills and leadership programme is aimed at young girls between the ages of 9-16 to help build resiliences and confidence through mountain biking. In 2019, we worked with KICC, a local cycling club and a secondary school to target young girls to participate in a three month programme; using the bike as a vehicle to experience a range of activities including an overnight MTB adventure. By evaluating the process through personal reflection, the programme led to an increased confidence in the girls through building new friendships and learning to be self sufficient on a bike. This programme can also be aimed at adults.