Business-Resources

Colored shoes organised as a rainbow.
Should I use LGBT, LGBT+, LGBTQ, LGBTI, LGBTQIA or something else?

What all the letters mean and how you can be inclusive. Which do people prefer and which do most people use?

‘Leading with a purpose means leading with authenticity’

Lord Browne of Madingley gives a speech at the 2014 Performance Theatre event in Oslo about leading with authenticity

‘It’s about leadership … you’ve got to translate whatever you want into the language of business’

Lord Browne of Madingley delivers an inspirtational lecture at the Workplace Pride Conference in The Hague

StartOut

Are you an LGBTI entrepreneur? Find help, support and mentoring via US-based nonprofit organization, StartOut

National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce

Based in Washington, D.C., the NGLCC supports and advocates for diversity and inclusion for LGBT-owned businesses

‘I wish I were more authentic within the team at BP’

Lord Browne speaks with Maxine Williams, the global head of diversity at Facebook

Out & Equal Workplace Advocates

The world’s largest nonprofit organization specifically dedicated to creating safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people

Workplace Pride

A workplace LGBT advocacy and networking group based in the Netherlands

The Glass Closet: Why coming out is good for business

Written by John Browne, The Glass Closet explains why coming out is good for business – for both employees and their employers

OUTstanding

The London-based networking group for LGBTI business executives and allies

The Glass Closet

The book that convincingly and forcefully explains why coming out is good for business

Stonewall Workplace Equality Index

UK companies ranked on their diversity and inclusion credentials

HRC’s Corporate Equality Index

The definitive listing of LGBTI-friendly employees in the US

Out on the street

A global networking initiative for LGBTI people in the banking business