"...according to the World Economic Forum, gender parity is 117 years away"* Ernst & Young, 2017

"...you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think."

A. A. Milne

Mischief Business Engineering presents BraverStrongerSmarter; a suite of workshops and bespoke consultancy to improve the effectiveness of diversity and inclusion initiatives.

"Over 50% of business leaders said they need to do more to attract, retain and promote women to leadership positions."*

Here's a smarter way to do it.

Based on current global research and longstanding practices, the programme provides professional development for individuals and consultancy customised to each organisation.

Contact us to find out how you can get better results from an existing programme or design a new one with fresh methods.

Work with us to review structures and procedures to support your inclusion initiatives. Identify and remove implicit and psychological barriers to achievement and advancement.

Workshops for individuals

"From faker to fabulous: making the most of your career and achievements"

Customised and public workshops designed to help you identify better ways of realising your capabilities and leveraging them for career enhancement and personal satisfaction. The programme is based on current global research building on over 40 years of investigation into the impostor phenomenon and related matters known to inhibit the advancement and recognition of women.


Work with us to identify and remove implicit bias in workplace language, recruitment, work practices and management processes.

Identify and remove cues that drive the impostor phenomenon and limit the progression of your people.

Bespoke corporate programmes

We will design a programme to suit your workplace, your people and your existing diversity and inclusion initiatives.


Work with us and contribute to a global research programme investigating impostor phenomenon and other psychological barriers to advancement and achievement.


Dr Theresa Simpkin




*Source: Ernst & Young, 2017

Created By
Terri Simpkin


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