Latest news of 3 exciting projects


Result CIC (RCIC) held well-received taster coaching sessions for disabled staff in January of 2017, during BBC North’s Divercity week. We are now very pleased to be commissioned by the General Manager of BBC North Adrian Mills, to deliver two programmes in the autumn:

BBC disabled staff
A development programme comprised of workshops and 1-1 coaching for anyone who is disabled, including living with mental health issues or with a long term illness. The programme is designed to increase self-awareness, self-confidence and assertiveness, enabling voices to be heard in the corporation and the recognition of views and experiences.

BBC hiring managers
This programme is for anyone who hires staff and wants more confidence to recruit from a broader choice of candidates, in order to get the best people for their team. Attendees will come away with a personal action plan with tips, tools and tasks, having examined their own experience and shared in others’ approach in recruitment.


Our partnership with the Manchester Deaf Centre (MDC) continues with the creation of two workshops for the Job Club at MDC. The programme is over 4 half day sessions as follows:

‘Aim higher’ module: 2 x half-day sessions working on self-talk and self-confidence

The concept was researched in discussion with a senior academic who is a specialist in D/deaf people and how they develop. It will use an innovative approach to working with the often isolating self-talk that D/deaf people adopt and encouraging participants to adopt a more positive filter to help them understand and communicate their strengths.

‘Express to impress’ module: 2 x half-day sessions on job search-related skills.

Having considered their strengths in previous modules, the participants will build on this with practical skills in coming across confidently and communicate well at job interviews. They will also consider the power of networks to be able to gain job opportunities.


We are also pleased to announce a new partnership with The Proud Trust. They mainly work with LGBT young people to enable them to empower themselves and make positive changes in their communities. They have several specific groups one of which is BAME LGBT young people (YP) aged 15-25 and they hold residential weekends for them.

During our discussions Sally Carr and Chloe Cousins highlighted the powerful and invaluable work that Proud is doing with ‘this minority within a minority’ group. They felt that the work RCIC does with excluded or marginalised groups which revolves around finding one’s own voice and confidence, within the environment we find ourselves in, could benefit young LGBT people. RCIC is therefore pleased to be contributing with a workshop for the YP, revolving around self-awareness, resilience and the importance of mindset.

We look forward to working with the young people in the autumn.

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We are Result CIC, a community interest company. We work with people who feel marginalised or excluded to become more confident about their abilities and to fulfill their potential. We also work with Directors, Managers and CEOs who need support to bring about positive change in terms of diversity and inclusion in their organisations. We each have personal experience of the issues affecting the people we work to support, including disability, immigration, mental health and sexuality. We have also worked in senior positions in industry and government.

Our vision is a society where every individual can achieve their potential, feel fulfilled and make a valuable contribution. 

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