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Diverse-City Think Tank

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Diverse-City Think Tank

DiversCity Think Tank are diversity and inclusion consultants. We specialise in increasing the productivity and effectiveness of organisations by providing pragmatic solutions that dissipate all forms of bias over time.

We remove the potential for pent-up tension driven conflicts, and bias oriented corporate dispositions that can lead to structural ‘isms’. Our focus is supporting and driving a culture of high performance in diverse teams.

Our Founder

Buki Mosaku

Buki Mosaku is a leading international business consultant that has grappled with unconscious (and indeed conscious) bias with varying degrees of success in his employed career and as a consultant in the city.

Frustrated with his own challenges and the inadequacy of behavioural experts and consultants attempts to address workplace bias, he set out to develop a fair, equitable results-oriented methodology to tackle person(s) to person(s) bias effectively in the workplace.

The IDU? methodology is the culmination of 20 years of working, observing and interacting with over 50,000 individuals throughout the world as a consultant, communications expert, trainer and coach.

Over the last 20 years he has consulted with large FTSE/ Fortune 500, medium sized, small and start-up companies.

Buki is also the author of the IDU? -I don’t understand Methodology and his forthcoming book:

Hear Sony Award Winning presenter Amanda Rae’s interview with Buki by clicking above

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Click here for a short excerpt.

He has written numerous articles on diversity and inclusion. 

He also regularly appears on a number of media outlets including: The Times, BBC Radio, LBC Radio, and has been a featured guest on panels such as: iCan (Insurance Cultural Awareness Network’s), Everything You Wanted to Know About Race but Were Too Afraid to Ask and Reilly People’s: Interesting Conversations with Interesting People, to name a few; sharing his views on diversity and inclusion.