The ‘Be Yourself’ campaign from Shell is an innovative and interactive approach to help disabled employees be themselves at work. It features a series of short films from 15 Shell employees with a disability, across different geographies, and with different impairments.
Shell has written a ‘how-to’ paper for Kate Nash Associates offering other organisations a 10 step approach guide on how
'Disability Champion' or 'Executive Sponsor' is a term used to describe colleagues who believe that disabled people should experience full equality in the workplace.
They are likely to be people who understand that employees can perform better if they can be themselves and ask for the adjustments they need (if they need them at all) and they will use their role and influence to create a workplace
In 2014 Kate Nash Associates launched the groundbreaking publication' Secrets and Big News' which looks at challenges and current practice with regard to disability, monitoring and sharing personal information at work.
Based on a two-year research project, the book details the reasons why people find it hard to share information and offers ideas for both employers and employees alike. 55