We have worked with a wide range of organisations internally and externally.
What our clients say
"Pooja & Co. are incredible. We are grateful for their expertise, support and genuine interest in the success of our organisation. If, like the IPC, you are dedicated to providing a dynamic and inclusive workplace environment, do yourself a huge favour and contact Rewire!"
- Mike Peters, Chief Executive Officer, International Paralympic Committee
"Heartfelt thanks to the team on your stellar insight and facilitation. We are very grateful for your expertise, passion and engagement with this work."
- Hoai Scott, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Universal Pictures
"It was an absolute pleasure to work with Rewire Consulting on our organisational values project. I witnessed Pooja "do her magic" in a total of 11 workshops with our staff - thus I believe I qualify to focus on (just as she taught us) the HOW: Pooja confirms that one does not need to be aggressive, loud or overly confident to lead. Being competent, nice and humble works very well, too - probably even better. This left me, and I am sure many colleagues, feeling inspired. Thank you!"
- Diversity & Inclusion manager (non-profit organisation)
“Pooja’s training on Building an Inclusive Culture encouraged our staff to assess their role in creating a more inclusive and diverse workplace, identify gaps and provide solutions. Staff shared information and worked together in defining what gets in the way and what may be some key challenges which needed addressing.” – Service Development Manager, London-based charity
“A really useful session that we now need to build on... but we have the motivation and the right direction. Thank you.”
– CEO, Human Rights Charity
"Truly versatile and fantastic! Very knowledgeable about a wide range of subjects, commercial and comes with high integrity. Happy to recommend.”
- Global Head of Learning, large multi-national
what our participants say
Feedback from some of our recent workshops and programmes:
“The best part was having time to talk and get frank with each other, considerately”.
“I've gained more confidence to speak up if I witness harassment”
“It was very informative”
“I am more aware of other peoples’ feelings now”
“An engaging session”
“I will be more self-reflective about my actions”
"It was great!”
“Taught me to be mindful of my interactions with others”
“Really appreciated the kindness and gentleness of the facilitators”
Rewire in the news!
FINANCIAL TIMES Article:
Involving male colleagues in gender equality drives progress and reduces resentment
When it comes to gender equality policies there is one thing missing: men. That was the conclusion of Giorgio Siracusa, head of HR at Procter & Gamble Europe, the consumer goods company which recently hit the headlines for its “toxic masculinity” campaign. Typically, he says, when you “talk about gender, you talk about women, when you talk about race we talk about non-whites”...
MANAGEMENT TODAY: Media nepotism is holding back diversity by Sathnam Sanghera
I’m not complaining, but I’m not sure I understand why race is suddenly a big story. Some of us having been campaigning on the issue for years, to little response, but nowadays you can’t open a newspaper or watch a news bulletin without reading or hearing about the appalling state of diversity in Silicon Valley, or Beyonce’s civil-rights-inspired performance at the Superbowl, or the side-lining of black actors...
FINANCIAL TIMES Review:
‘Rewire’ by Chris Yates and Pooja Sachdev
When Chris Yates was a teenager in the late 1970s, he sneaked out one night and travelled across London to watch his beloved football team Queens Park Rangers. When he arrived, he found he did not have enough money to get in. Worse: as he started walking away, close to tears, a group of skinheads approached. He knew they did not like people who were not white and he feared a beating...