“The BBC is committed to promoting equal opportunities for all, irrespective of colour, race, religion or belief, ethnic or national origins, gender, marital/civil partnership status, sexuality, disability or age.”

It isn’t working guys.


The HRZone article on this highlighted the spiralling number of tribunal cases that are being generated from within the four walls of the BBC, I couldn’t help but wonder whether the developing leadership at the organisation is as effective as it could be.


When will organisations recognise that prevention and appropriate interventions with regard to inequality and cases of discrimination (direct or indirect) are vital not only ethically and legally, but also make sound business sense?


Effectively developing leadership can help bring an end to the large number of tribunal cases.


Leaders who are culturally competent and recognise that equality and inclusion underpin all their activities, and put their policies into practice are more likely to have staff who choose to follow them and less likely to have staff who take them to employment tribunals which are costly in emotion, time and money.



Muika Leadership
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