LGBT Workplace inclusion

How To Avoid Rainbow-Washing In Your Pride Marketing Efforts

Rainbow logo: check. Here's what else you should consider.

Nick Wolny

Brands Want to Tell Stories of Inclusion. Marketing Leaders Should Listen Instead.

Consumers increasingly expect brands to align with social justice issues and broadcast advocacy. How can brands answer the call responsibly when faced with a polarizing issue?

Tina Mulqueen

Why LGBTI Equality Still a Distant Dream at the Workplace

WEF and global businesses joined hands at Davos to accelerate workplace inclusion of LGBTI community

Komal Nathani

A Change Advocate

Ten years back Ayesha hadn't spoken publicly about her sexuality because she felt it was her private matter.

Fighting Stereotype Through Cinema

He believes that it is wrong to perceive films as merely a source of entertainment, and that every film has a message - regressive and progressive.

Aashika Jain

The Flag-bearer of Equality at Workplace

Parmesh Shahani is the head of the Godrej India Culture Lab and has been tracking LGBTQ issues in India for the past 15 years now.

Aashika Jain

LGBTQ Series: Indian Author Devdutt Pattanaik on How Businesses Can Benefit from Inclusion

First from the series is prominent mythologist and leadership coach Devdutt Pattanaik, who came out as gay soon after the SC decriminalized homosexuality in India

Aashika Jain

LGBTQ Series: Indian Entrepreneur Cyril Feuillebois on Why the Community Will Become Businesses' Top Clients

Second from the series is The Lalit scion Keshav Suri's partner, Cyril Feuillebois who came to India to study and stayed on to become an entrepreneur

Aashika Jain

LGBTQ Series: Indian Author Devdutt Pattanaik on How Businesses Can Benefit from Inclusion

First from the series is prominent mythologist and leadership coach Devdutt Pattanaik, who came out as gay soon after the SC decriminalized homosexuality in India

Aashika Jain

3 Steps to Building Diverse, LGBTQ-Inclusive Leadership Teams

Employees who remained closeted are a problem for businesses, because diversity in leadership teams matters now more than ever.

Eric Silverberg

How Indian Corporates Can Open Doors For the LGBTQ Community

Why does something so personal be a concern in organisation is a natural question many are likely to have

Sanchita Dash