If businesses want to maximise their potential, they need to be intersectional

The tyranny of fit

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Apiramy Jeyarajah
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Apiramy Jeyarajah

Employees are a company’s greatest asset. Leaders must take an inclusive, intersectional approach to enable them to give their best, argues Apiramy Jeyarajah.

Harry Gordon Selfridge was not afraid of being different. Selfridge summed up his guiding idea in a single phrase: 'Everyone is welcome'. This mantra applied to customers, who were treated with courtesy...

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