We don’t see boundaries.
- Transforming organisations and the people in them through the power of reverse mentoring
- Eliminating discrimination in the workplace – one conversation at a time
We are disruptive, relentless, and compassionate. We are the Reverse Mentoring Practice.
What We Offer
We offer reverse mentoring services and are the experts in Liberation Focused Practice Supervision.
We take an innovative approach to reverse mentoring relationships that disrupts traditional power dynamics and reverses the deficit model.
The ReMEDI (Reverse Mentoring for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) Framework was developed by our founder Stacy Johnson MBE, Associate Professor at the School of Health Sciences at the University of Nottingham. The framework is a result of her action research around critical inclusive leadership.
Press play to watch a short animation on the ReMEDI approach to reverse mentoring for equality, diversity and inclusion.
How We Work
Reverse mentoring or reciprocal mentoring. What’s the difference?
Tired of ineffective EDI training? In this webinar, we break down the fundamental differences between these two experiential interventions. Practitioners, reverse mentors and mentees will share why reverse and reciprocal mentoring are proving to be such powerful tools in EDI practice.
We will launch our new interactive Reverse-Reciprocal Mentoring decision tool. The tool gives you clear guidance on what you need to consider when choosing to implement reverse or reciprocal mentoring in your organisations. Book onto our January webinar to be the first to try it out.
Date: 18th January 2024, 2pm – 3pm
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Game changing EDI practice requires ongoing innovation, courage and disruptive solutions.
This webinar is the first in our “From Our Forefathers and Foremothers” series. In this series, we draw on inspiring ideas, thinkers and activists from the Global South. Participants will have the opportunity to explore, discuss and apply powerful indigenous knowledge from Africa, South America, the Caribbean and Asia. We will hear how different practitioners are applying these ideas to the EDI, liberation and human rights work they do.
We kick off the series with a deep dive into Ubuntu, a simply transformative world view from central and Southern Africa. The Reverse Mentoring Practice team will share the joy they have been experiencing from using different aspects of Ubuntu to enhance their EDI practice and motivate and empower people to stimulate change in large organisations.
Date: 29th February 2024, 2pm – 3pm
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“We are the first organisation to run the International Nurses model and there is huge learning for us. It is about doing the right thing and learning from colleagues.”
Corporate Head of Nursing, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS FT
“Stacy and The Remedi Project have been the foundation to building a powerful inclusive relationship between participants and sponsors on our Midlands Developing Aspirant Nursing and Midwifery Leaders programme. They have consistently gone above and beyond to support the programme success. This has had a powerful impact on equality, diversity, and inclusion across the region.”
Clinical Workforce Equalities Manager, NHS England – Midlands
“This is the most important piece of work I have done in the 30 years I have worked for the NHS.”
NHS Deputy CEO
“Reverse Mentoring is the key to unlocking cultural conversations and connections in a way not achieved by any other intervention in my experience. Professor Stacy Johnson and team have built a credible and sustainable model that has adapted during and beyond Covid.”
D&I Strategic and Operational Partner for Solent NHS Trust
“The support provided is thoughtful, flexible and tailored to the organisation, and the expertise and knowledge that the team provide ensures a firm foundation for all those involved.”
EDI Lead for Homerton Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
“The Reverse Mentoring Practice have created a really powerful framework for Liberation-focused supervisions – the themes all resonate and their facilitation style is supportive and empowering. The sessions have re-energised me in my Equality, Diversity and Inclusion work.”
Lead Executive, Race Equality, Advance HE UK
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