Useful guides


Bedtime reading

Our pick of some of the must-read books for expanding your thinking about all things equality and gender in the workplace.


Finding a mentor

Mentoring expert Emily Cosgrove from The Conversation Space shares her guide on how to find and approach a mentor on your own.


Mentors guide

Our one-page quick guide for anyone thinking of signing up to be a KTG mentor. Our programme is made possible by brilliant people like you!


Standing out

KTG founder Nat Maher and Catherine Allison discuss some of the challenges women face getting their voices heard in our agency world.

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SW Mentor Slides

Midway top up slides from Kirsty McQueen - our mentoring guru for the South West chapter - but a great read for anyone on our programme.


Modern leading

Leadership is changing, and we need to start changing our thinking to keep up. We bust some myths and give you some top tips.


Mentees guide

Our one-page quick guide for anyone thinking of signing up to be a KTG mentee. Have a read and see if now is the time for you to sign up.


A student’s take

Recent comms design grad, Meghan Doran, based her dissertation on the (in)equality in the design industry. A brilliant, informative read.

Building diversity

A guide for leaders on how to build a more diverse team, from attracting talent to on-boarding and retaining those valuable assets.


Confidence tips

Sarah Dutton, one of our first ever mentees, shares the top 5 tips that her KTG mentor taught her that allowed her to find her confidence.


The KTG basics

Nat Maher talks to Merle Hall about the origins of Kerning the Gap and what we’re trying to achieve. A quick 30 min listen on our basics!


The mighty Kerning the Gap podcast is here!

Putting the world of design equality to rights.