Episode 62 – BAME Mental Health – Only Black Face

BAME Mental Health Part 3

Lynn & James both explore from a black perspective BAME mental health and the impact of being the only black face. We explore loneliness & belonging, sharing narratives and tips to build inclusive workplaces.

Lynn Abhulimen brand ambassador & chapter lead for BYP Network – the leading network for black professionals. With a background in building authentic partnerships and creating brand content that is engaging and adds value.

James Jackson. Director of NXTGEN Learning, ED&I Partner to UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) Founding & Core team member for BlackLeaders.co.uk. With over 14 years’ experience working in HR, L&D, Customer Experience, Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (ED&I); transforming UK programs of learning & workplace culture.

1.25- Identity, Definitions & BAME Labels

8.10- Loneliness, Aggression & The Only Black Face

13.58 – Imposter Syndrome, Mute & Isolated

18.12 – Are Black Women Valued & Empowered?

20.24 – Black Men, Projection & Fragility

26.49 – Strategical & Tactical Tips To Move The Dial

33.48 – How To Have Difficult Conversations Without Feeling Awkward?

37.17- White Or Black Fragility & Perspective

39.49 – How To Avoid Burnout Of Black Staff?