Today on the show we had author, speaker and Head of Diversity, Equality & Inclusion at TripActions Shaka Senghor stop by, who spoke about his journey through parenting, repairing relationships, honesty, freedom and so much more. Also, Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to our 46th President Joe Biden and Arizona senator and West Virginia senator for the lack of effort to advance the voting right bill. Also, Angela helped some listeners our during "AskYee" with one listener needing help dealing with a depressed partner. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Welcome to The Today's Leader Podcast, Building Tomorrow's Best Leaders Today. We have some pretty important conversations on this show, and today we have a conversation around diversity and inclusion from Someone that knows. Annemarie Shrouder is the author of "BEING BROWN IN A BLACK AND WHITE WORLD- Conversations for Leaders on Race, Racism, and Belonging. " The book is fascinating and highly recommended by me, This is a conversation we need to have, but many won't. Its also a conversation that you might feel uneasy about, but by the end of this episode, I know you will erase that unease and commence having the courageous conversations you want to have as a leaderAnnemarie has dedicated her life and career to assisting businesses in creating healthier cultures so both the business and the employees thrive! She has worked for more than 20 years in the field of Diversity and Inclusion as an international speaker, facilitator, and consultant. Annemarie has guided thousands of people using her Signature Methodology to create inclusive environments. Annemarie's warm approach and transparency soothe participants, generating opportunities to lower defenses, and open lines of authentic communication. She is a master at building belonging and safety in business environments, allowing for greater connection, dialogue, and a sense of community! By the end of this journey today, you will have greater understanding on:- How to move to a "both-and" from "my side or your side"- What is code-switching and the impacts on your team?- The importance of educationWhether you are ready for the conversation or not, please welcome Annmarie Shrouder to the show.Annemarie can be contacted :Book: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09224CN47/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_XZ8PTAQRNEKG0GEWJRHPWebsite: http://annemarieshrouder.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annemarieshrouder/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AnnemarieShrouderInclusionInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/annemarieshrouder/If you are looking to build better leadership skills, check out The Today's Leader website at todaysleader.com.auWe are driving a leadership revolution and BUILDING TOMORROW'S BEST LEADERS, TODAY!Today's Leader is a collective, The mindset to make a difference and the ability to create an impact.Think & Grow Business Hosts our Today's Leader Masterminds. TAGB where we focus on personal, professional, and business growth. Book your free 30-minute discovery call at https://thinkandgrowbusiness.com.au/book-your-free-discovery-call/You are standing Stronger, Braver, and Wiser. Don't forget the golden rule – Don t be an A-HoleCheck Out our Top 10 Leadership Podcasts: https://todaysleader.com.au/the-best-leadership-podcasts-for-2021/Our Online Leadership Academy is now open https://www.thecoachcurlacademy.com/#leadership #communication #conversations #diversity #inclusion
This week Tamika and Mysonne are joined by three buissness men who all experienced redemption and evolved to the next level of their life. First joining the discussion is Shaka Senghor, who was once convicted of murder, and now head of Diversity, Equality and Inclusion at Trip Actions, Director's Fellow Alumni of the MIT Media Lab and more. Next they had Attorney Royce Russell who specializes in criminal defense and author of a book about "Cardiac Arrest: A Tactical Guide on How to Handle Unlawful Police Stops". And lastly, they have Kevin Chiles, who served 10 years in prision but now the author of "The Crack Era: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption". Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Kayla Santalla is a DEI and growth marketing expert with a 15+ year track record of driving business results and social impact for world-class brands. Committed to dismantling systemic racism, Kayla pivoted her career at the start of 2021 to focus on building diversity, equity, and inclusion into the foundation of brands. Kayla takes an intersectional approach to brand marketing and community-building work proven to fuel social impact and deliver on the bottom line. Her strategies center diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) accelerate growth, expose brands to larger markets, and catalyze loyalty. Kayla earned a dual degree in Media Management and Sociology from the University of Miami, as well as an M.A. in Sociology with a concentration in Race & Ethnic Relations and Medical Sociology. Kayla proudly served as a founding member of Girl Scouts of the USA's Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Racial Justice Steering Committee to transform the 108-year-old nonprofit into an antiracist organization. A lover of art and activism, she currently serves on Street Wise's board of directors, working to amplify artist voices and unleash the power of public art to spark change and build empathy within communities. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/quientueres/support
Vertex Protocol will establish the first facility for crypto FX trading on Terra, powered by perpetual swaps. Specifically, Vertex will create a trusted marketplace for decentralised stablecoins and their perpetuals enabling: - Expansion of utility for non-UST stablecoins - Facilitation of hedging and speculation in crypto FX markets - Inclusion of non-USD participants across a range of blockchains and protocols To learn more follow the links below Intro post: https://medium.com/@vertexprotocol/in... Website: https://vertexprotocol.io/ Litepaper: https://vertexprotocol.io/assets/vert... Twitter: https://twitter.com/vertex_protocol *** Stay up to date with Terra Bites, the place to get news, interviews, and explainers on the Terra DeFi Crypto Ecosystem. Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org or @TerraBitesPod on Telegram. Vote for the Terra Bites validator using Terra Station or https://station.terra.money Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/TerraBitesPod and add Terra Bites to your favorite podcast app at http://terrabit.es *Disclaimer: Terra Bites is for informational and educational purposes only. Nothing on this show is advice - no financial, tax, legal, or any other kind of advice. Nothing we say is an inducement to make a particular investment or follow a particular strategy. Anything you invest in is at your own risk; do your own research and consult with professionals.*
Systemic racism is a crisis that daily impacts our patients and the communities in which we as Pediatricians practice medicine. As healthcare providers it is our responsibility to uphold values of justice, inclusion and equity as we serve our patient families as child advocates. Today, we will dive into what health equity is and the challenges that must be navigated in addressing health disparities, including understanding gaps of inclusion and equity in our hospital and clinics as a crucial first step in ensuring health justice for our patient families and colleagues. Today's discussion is such an important conversation for us to share with each of you, our listeners. I am fortunate to be joined by my colleagues Robert Franklin II and Dr. Brandi Freeman. Brandi and Robert work together for Diversity Health Equity and Inclusion at Children's Hospital Colorado. Robert serves as the Program Manager and Brandi as the Associate Vice Chair for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the department of Pediatrics. Brandi is also Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
At Go Shout Love we do amazing things for these amazing families with kids on rare medical journeys then check out this month's “Same Storm, Different Boat” design that is inspired by Maddy and Mady. Separated by only 80 miles, these sweet girls are navigating their own unique medical journeys, but have many experiences and battles they share with each other and other kiddos on rare medical journeys. Every purchase in January will be used to help cover the costs of medical and mobility equipment for Maddy and Mady not covered by insurance.Visit our website at goshout.love to support Maddy and Mady through the purchase of a t-shirt, sweater, hoodie, tumbler, or other items.Our next episode will focus on another amazing family and an incredible kiddo. Stay tuned and Go Shout Love.
CAROLYN BUCK LUCE is one of America's most respected and accomplished voiceson women as leaders and their relationshipwith power. A sought-after speaker, she wasappointed by New York City's former MayorBloomberg to his Commission on Women'sIssues and has co-authored numerous articlesin the Harvard Business Review on Women'sLeadership, as well as Diversity and Inclusion.Across five decades, Carolyn has been asuccessful diplomat, Wall Street banker, management consultant, healthcare futurist, talentinnovator, professor, author, philanthropist,wife, mother, and grandmother. Carolyn's lifejourney navigating a man's world has givenher a unique perspective on living an epiclife of meaning and purpose, regardless ofthe obstacles. Today, she uses her proprietaryDecade Game to coach leading women aroundthe globe to step fully into their power at home,at work, and in the world. Connect with her email@example.com
What if businesses removed barriers to employment and gave job seekers a fair shot at self-sufficiency? For the formerly incarcerated, unhoused, or people with limited education, getting a job can be extremely difficult. In 1982, Greyston Bakery piloted Open Hiring, a recruitment practice where simply putting your name on a list could get you hired — no work experience, background checks, resumes, or interviews. Now adopted and scaled by companies like The Body Shop, Open Hiring continues to unleash human potential and uplift populations that have been historically excluded from the workforce. In this episode, we explore barriers to fair employment, the economic and social benefits of equitable hiring practices, and why inclusive hiring is a step towards tackling poverty, inequality, and other global challenges. Featuring: Chidi King, Branch Chief, Gender, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the United Nations International Labour Organization (ILO), Joseph D. Kenner, President & CEO at Greyston, Antonia Tony-Fadipe, Inclusive Hiring Lead at The Body Shop and Juan Pablo Larenas, Executive Director of B Lab Global. -- Finding Humanity is a production of Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media. Subscribe, rate and leave us a review. For more information, visit findinghumanitypodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter @find_humanity and Facebook.
This week, in celebration of Martin Luther King Day, we're replaying one of our favorite interviews with Derrick A. Pope of The Arc of Justice Institute (https://onthearc.net/). Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review Episode Details: In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Hidden Legal Figures Podcast host Alexander Pope returns to discuss the landmark 1956 case against Civil Rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. for his role in the year-long Montgomery, Alabama Bus Boycott and violation of a 1921 anti-boycott law. An example of white Alabama officials' effort to use the courts to quash the Civil Rights Movement, the trial began with numerous attempts by prosecutors to identify King as the official leader of the boycott. King's legal team countered by trying to establish "just cause" or "legal excuse" for the boycott, with 31 witnesses sharing their first-hand experiences with abusive bus drivers and reasons for participating in the boycott. In spite of these moving statements, Judge Eugene W. Carter found King guilty of violating the anti-boycott law and fined him $500 plus an additional $500 in court costs. King's appeal was rejected, and he later paid the fine. Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents Guest Bio: Derrick Alexander Pope: Derrick Alexander Pope is President and Managing Director of The Arc of Justice Institute. In his role, he has responsibility for its standing initiatives and programs, including hosting its podcast, Hidden Legal Figures. Before The Arc, Mr. Pope enjoyed a distinguished career in the public, private, and academic sectors. He has provided counsel to the legislative and executive branches of government at the federal, state, and county level, having most recently served as Chief of Staff in the Office of the Chairman of the Fulton County Board of Commissioners. He is a former Assistant Legislative Counsel to the Georgia General Assembly and former Legislative and General Counsel to the Medical Association of Georgia. During the Obama administration, Mr. Pope was a member of the White House Data-Driven Justice Initiative and the My Brother's Keeper Taskforce in 2015 and 2016. In private practice, he has helped protect the inheritance rights of more than 500 families throughout Georgia. Mr. Pope is a former adjunct professor of law at the Georgia State University College of Law where he taught Probate Practice and Procedure. Mr. Pope has several published works to his credit. He is the author of By the Content of Our Character: A Declaration of Independence for Colored Folks, Negroes, Black People, and African Americans and Thy Will Be Done: An African American Guide to Estate Planning and the Howard Law Journal article A Constitutional Window to Interpretive Reason: Or in Other Words...The Ninth Amendment. In 2012 teaming with this daughter he released a spoken word CD - The Race Track. An Atlanta native, Mr. Pope is a graduate of Morris Brown College and the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans, Louisiana, earning top honors in the Loyola Law Clinic. He is a member of the State Bar of Georgia where serves on three standing committees (Vice-Chair, Communications/Cornerstones of Freedom Program; Advisory Committee on Legislation, and the Editorial Board of the Georgia Bar Journal, and Past Co-Chair of the Committee on Inclusion in the Profession), the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity, the United States Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Read Full Bio Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2
In this episode of Partnering Leadership, Mahan Tavakoli speaks with Larry Robertson, innovation advisor, founder of Lighthouse Consulting, and author of three award-winning books, including his most recent, Rebel Leadership: How to Thrive in Uncertain Times. Larry Robertson shares insights from his first two books about entrepreneurship and creativity. Larry shares why he focused his third book on Leadership, specifically on leading through uncertainty. In the conversation, Larry Robertson shares five core principles of effective Leadership in uncertain times, including the importance of leading with soul. Some highlights:- Larry Robertson's childhood growing up in a household that encouraged inquiry- A Deliberate Pause, and why entrepreneurship is not a choice.- Stu Kaufman's ‘the adjacent possible' and the untapped creative potential in every single person- Larry Robertson on leading during uncertain times - Debunking the ‘heroic leader' myth- Why soul matters in Leadership- Larry Robertson on why organizational culture makes or breaks an organization- The future of work and how to navigate ongoing uncertaintyMentioned:- Stuart Kauffman, medical doctor, theoretical biologist, and complex systems researcher- Richard Tait, CEO of Cranium- Russell Shaffer, Senior Director of Global Culture, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Walmart- Melissa Thomas-Hunt, Senior Advisor at Airbnb- Deborah Meier, educator and education reformer- Choose to be Curious by Lynn BortonConnect with Larry Robertson:Rebel Leadership on AmazonLarry Robertson's WebsiteLarry Robertson on LinkedInLarry Robertson on TwitterConnect with Mahan Tavakoli:MahanTavakoli.comMore information and resources available at the Partnering Leadership Podcast website: PartneringLeadership.com
Have you ever noticed how much rhetoric is used when talking about Diversity and Inclusion? This could be working against you Get your pen and paper ready because we're talking about The Rhetorical Problem of Diversity & Inclusion In today's show we discuss several things including: An Ancient Greek perspective on a contemporary problem How … The Rhetorical Problem of Diversity & Inclusion Read More » The post The Rhetorical Problem of Diversity & Inclusion appeared first on Element of Inclusion.
Like any field, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion continues to evolve. As managers, we need to continue to grow and develop our skills. While it may seem hard to keep up with the newest concepts, it may very well be one of the most important components to being a rockstar manager now and in the future. Today’s guest is Perrine Farque. Perrine is an author, entrepreneur, keynote speaker and diversity and inclusion expert who empowers leaders to leverage diversity and inclusion as their competitive advantage. Nominated in the Top 50 Most Influential UK Tech Women, Perrine continues to be recognized for her contributions. Perrine drove the strategy at companies such as Facebook and is on a mission to make the workplace more inclusive and diverse. Perrine and I talk about the experiences of feeling depreciated and rejected and what we can do to continue to develop our people management skills as the world of DEI continues to evolve. We get into the use of language, anti-bias training, and how to engage your team in the process of creating an inclusive culture so that all team members feel included and appreciated. Members of the Modern Manager community get my 5 easy actions to become a more inclusive leader. Get it when you join the Modern Manager community. Subscribe to my newsletter to get episodes, articles and free mini-guides delivered to your inbox. Read the related blog article: Top Diversity Skills For A Rockstar Manager in 2022 KEEP UP WITH PERRINE Personal Twitter: https://twitter.com/PerrineFarqueUK Personal LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/perrinefarque/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PerrineFarque Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/perrinefarqueofficial/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmYKgD9mNq80PJshb8PZjsg Business Twitter: https://twitter.com/Iminspiredhuman
Actress and artist Autumn Best ("Millie," 4400) talks with Steve Sykes about her journey from growing up in Utah to her awareness of her disability to starring in a network TV show. FEATURING: Steve Sykes and Autumn Best View From the Back Row: https://linktr.ee/VFTBR FIND US ON NPR ILLINOIS! https://www.nprillinois.org/programs/front-row-network FIND US ON FACEBOOK – https://www.facebook.com/thefrontrownetwork/ FIND US ON TWITTER – https://twitter.com/view_row FIND US ON INSTAGRAM – https://www.instagram.com/view_from_the_back_row __________________________________________ Please enjoy this episode of VIEW FROM THE BACK ROW, and, as always, we'll see you in the front row!
This week on the PreSales Podcast, James discusses fixing the diversity problems in PreSales. Sales Engineering is the best job that no one has ever heard of yet companies make it nearly impossible to break into the role. The profession will benefit immensely from increase diversity so we must all do our part to lead from the front. Resources: 2021 State of Diversity in PreSales Report PreSales Academy PreSales Collective WISE Program PreSales Collective DEEI Program Why does DEEI Matter Video Series Webinar: Why Inclusivity Matters for Closing Business Webinar: Driving Better Business Results Through Diversity & Inclusion
There are a number of trend-based marketing strategies you can implement to achieve profit breakthroughs in 2022. In today's episode, host Roland Frasier gives us the inside scoop on a lot of cool things going on right now in the business world. He walks us through the first five today and will share the rest in an upcoming episode. Listen in if you want to stay on top of both what's happening now and what's coming down the pike. Trend #1: ESG This is one you hear a lot about in the investment banking world. ESG stands for Environmental, Social, and Governance. There's a tremendous focus right now on sustainability and corporate responsibility to keep the environment healthy (E), doing social good (S), and building in protections against the companies doing bad things (G). There are a lot of funds right now set up to do ESG investing. The more focused we are on being sustainable, environmentally-conscious, and socially responsible, the more we'll get business from these bigger companies focused on it. Consumers are demanding this too, so you're winning on both sides. Ask yourself: what could I do in my business, or what business could I acquire to become more sustainable? Things like rethinking your supply chain, reducing your carbon footprint, and giving back environmentally. From a social perspective, what can I do to contribute? Give back to your local community or the world at large, or specific organizations like Black Lives Matter. Trend #2: DEI Yes, there are a lot of acronyms to keep track of. DEI stands for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion. From a diversity (D) standpoint, when it comes to the people working with us—at all levels of the business—we should be diverse both racially and socio-economically. How can we get people of different genders, however they might identify, to get involved in the company so we can get different perspectives? How can we be friendly to the LGBTQ+ community? Not just people we're selling to, but people in management, in executive positions, on the board. Studies have shown that diverse companies are more profitable, come up with more ideas, and are more innovative. The equity (E) part is how do we give people ownership and have stakeholders that are diverse? Stakeholders who will profit and be uplifted by their involvement and the things they contribute to the company. Inclusion (I) is very broad. How are we going to be aware of all these different interests out there, and how can we serve them? What opportunities do we have in the company to bring these diverse viewpoints in and how can we facilitate this? There's a lot of money flowing to companies that are DEI-aware. This is a huge trend and theme in 2022, and will probably go for the rest of this decade. Trend #3: The Great Resignation There's a whole flow of people, mostly young people, leaving their jobs saying, “I'm not happy with where I am. I'm not happy with the progress I'm making, with the prospects I have of getting to do something profitable and fulfilling and socially responsible.” People want to contribute to the world, feel good, and take care of themselves. The Great Resignation is creating real problems for businesses. The opportunity here to think about is: how do we serve all the people who are leaving the workforce and starting businesses for the first time? People want to be entrepreneurs and go into business for themselves. Starting a business is really hard, so you're going to see people wanting to reenter the workforce, but in better jobs. We'll need career counselors, headhunters, people to help those who failed in businesses and have challenges, business coaches, career training, etc. Anything that will serve the significant portion of people who are working remotely. Trend #4: Reallocating the Supply Chain For the past two years, there's been a big challenge in getting goods. We're seeing huge inflation rates. A lot of it has to do with a catch-up period after production was reduced or completely stopped when the pandemic hit. There are 96 cargo ships in the LA/Long Beach port right now backed up. This will be worked out, but will probably take a couple years. Big opportunity: how can I reallocate the supply chain? A lot of companies that were acquiring supplies from overseas don't want to get blindsided again and will move some/all of their manufacturing to North America (Mexico or the U.S.). If you can look and find markets where labor and location is inexpensive, this will be profitable. Trend #5: AI A lot of humans are being replaced with AI (Artificial Intelligence) right now and this is only the beginning. There's a huge need for companies with the ability to integrate AI with humans. We have AI agencies where AI is writing campaign ads and copy, and it's coming out better than what the humans were writing. The AI is winning. We're hitting the point where computer intelligence is exceeding human beings. Where's the profit here? Get involved in AI verticalizations. Be part of the companies that are providing AI solutions, AI integrations, helping companies integrate AI, training people to service and work the AI as an AI technician, displacement training to help the people being displaced by AI. These are five of the biggest trends Roland believes will provide some very profitable opportunities in 2022 and beyond. Stay tuned for Part 2! 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Joel Bervell is a third year Ghanaian-American medical student at Washington State University. Joel graduated from Yale University, where he served as an elected member of Yale student government, and director of a longitudinal mentorship program based in low-income neighborhoods. He completed a Masters in Medical Science at Boston University and spent a year working as a clinical research assistant at Providence Hospital. At Washington State University, Joel served as Medical Student Council President and the co-founder and president of a chapter of the Student National Medical Association. He is also the founder and director of the Coug Health Academic Mentoring Program, a mentoring program dedicated to increasing the number of underrepresented students interested in medicine. He has been invited to speak to national organizations such as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Clinton Foundation, Network of the National Library of Medicine. He has also spoken on well-known media outlets including Good Morning America, NPR, YahooNews and WebMd. He currently is working with the World Health Organization's Digital Communications Team with a collection of health professionals combating the spread of misinformation on social media about COVID-19, and on a Diversity, Equity and Inclusion project with the VA Hospital systems.Joel is committed to fighting health disparities in medicine through education and regularly shares topics about racial disparities/ biases in healthcare and other industries on his TikTok and Instagram (@joelbervell). Joel has been named by TikTok as the top 2021 “Voice for Change,” was featured by TikTok as one of 10 “Changemakers” on their inaugural Discover List, named as one of ten recipients of the 50K MACRO x TikTok Black Creatives Grant, and was a nominee for the AdColor Awards. He is the recipient of the National Medical Association's Emerging Scholar Award. Joel has served in an advisory role on the boards of multiple organizations including the National Student Response Network, Hope in A Box, and the Ron Brown Leaders Network Council.Welcome to Leading the Rounds!Questions We Asked: How did you get started using media platforms to promote change? How have you been able to manage social media with being a 3rd year medical student? Have you always been comfortable speaking in public? How have you been able to use your voice as a medical student to affect change?How have you felt being a young professional speaking to experts? Have you struggled with imposter syndrome when speaking out for change? What are biases that we see in medicine? How do we discuss genetics vs race in medicine? What is your outlook with our generation in terms of eliminating health disparities? What advice would you have for trainees who want to create change? Quotes & Ideas: Use social media as an extension of yourself. Be true to who you are. Medical students can make an impact on changing what we are taught in medical school Medical students have been instrumental to rethinking pulse oximetry, eGFR, and diversity in medical imaging Levels of bias in medicine: Medical education- Risk factors Systematic biases- Race based medicine, disease equations, etc. Educational materials- Dermatology textbooks Book Suggestions: Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi CoatesAtul Gawande books The Color of Law Richard RothsteinShoe Dog by Phil Knight How to be an Anti-Racist Ibram X. Kendi
Greg Williams is the President and Founder of Arcadia Cognerati, a consulting firm specializing in assessing, developing, and conducting training and education to address urgent safety and security needs in some of the most challenging environments on the planet. He is a decorated veteran and former soldier with over 30 years of combined experience and expertise. Greg is an industry expert in Irregular Warfare and Human Behavior for the Defense Community and is the creator of Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. We are also joined by Brian Marren who is the Senior Vice President of Operations for Arcadia Cognerati Brian is a former Marine Scout Sniper with multiple deployments to the Al Anbar Province of Iraq, a High Threat Protection security professional, and a Subject Matter Expert on Human Behavior Pattern Recognition & Analysis. Highlights: Your patterns create your life. If it matters, you must measure it. Begin to find your personal board of advisors. For more on Greg & Brian and Human Pattern Recognition, check out https://arcadiacognerati.com/
Meet Alejandro, one of our new co-hosts. He is a first-generation college graduate from St. Edward's University and a DACA recipient. He shares his story growing up in Houston's 5th Ward and learning how his citizenship status determined the resources he had access to.
“Help others reach their full potential.” - Jill NowackiThank you for tuning in to episode 126 of The CUInsight Experience podcast with your host, Randy Smith, co-founder of CUInsight.com. This episode is brought to you by Humanidei. Humanidei helps credit unions build inclusive cultures that attract, develop, and retain talent.My guest on today's show is Jill Nowacki, the President & CEO of Humanidei + O'Rourke, who also happens to be my human. In this episode, Jill shares her passion for people, the knack she has for understanding people. She believes that credit unions can only get their mission right if they get their people right. Jill's love for credit unions as tools to eradicate global poverty is reflected in the work she does to support the talent in the credit union movement. As we dive into the episode, Jill shares about voice of the employee research, and the need for career planning. She believes that without a clear career path, employees can feel like they're not being included in the organization. Clear performance feedback is another key that Jill explains is critical in employee development. She shares her own experiences with feedback and fostering trust in employees. Jill's go-to in a performance discussion is to ask questions: what happened, were there clear expectations, and how are you doing personally.Jill and I chat about teams, hiring, board members, and people reaching their full potential. Jill shares two critical components that make a good CEO, bringing insight as someone who built a career around developing people in credit unions. In this kickoff episode of season 4, you'll hear the last time Jill was amazed, the best advice she received, and how she creates balance in life. Enjoy my conversation with Jill Nowacki!Find the full show notes on cuinsight.com.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher Books mentioned on The CUInsight Experience podcast: Book List How to find Jill Nowacki:Jill Nowacki, President & CEO of Humanidei + O'Rourkejill@humanidei.comwww.humanidei.comJill: LinkedIn | Instagram | Twitter | MediumHumanidei: Instagram | Twitter
Whether you're just starting law school or need some extra inspiration to help you continue, this conversation is here to help. We're joined by Lindsay Kendrick, Dean of Students and the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at NYU School of Law, and Susie Spies Roth, Associate Dean, Dean of Students, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Law at Northwestern's Pritzker School of Law.
There is incredible wisdom at the intersection of yoga and spiritual practice, indigenous people and traditions, and the matriarchy, and this is where we find today's guest living her purpose and impacting her community and the world at large: Shayla Stonechild. Shayla joins us to talk about: How her language itself actually shows her people's deep connection to the land The connection between genocide of indigenous people and desecration of the land The importance of grounding and the trap of perfectionism Some of the struggles for basic survival that indigenous people in Canada have been facing for years How important it is to first look within, at our own shadow sides, before we can truly help others The meaning behind the medicine wheel and how it connects us to the world around us How her purpose work came from a very dark period in her life Commonalities between yoga and certain indigenous practices and traditions The Matriarch Movement, Shayla's non-profit dedicated to highlighting Indigenous voices and providing wellness workshops to BIPOC women and indigenous youth across Canada There is SO much amazing info here, you do NOT want to miss this episode! If you'd like to support the Matriarch Movement or indigenous people in Canada in general, Shayla suggests you educate yourself on the 94 Calls to Action by the Truth and Reconciliation report, and the 231 Calls for Justice. And she recommends that you get your hands on Sacred Instructions by Sherri Mitchell (https://amzn.to/3GqRseJ) and Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Joe Dispenza (https://amzn.to/3flKb40). About Shayla Stonechild As a Mètis and Nehiyaw Iskwew (Plains Cree Woman) from Muscowpetung First Nations, Shayla Oulette Stonechild has always been a catalyst for Indigenous youth and women unlocking their full potential and reclaiming their voices. There is a powerful shift happening in humanity right now and Shayla believes the arts, meditation, movement and reclaiming an Indigenous worldview all play apart in amplifying voices to bring upon much needed change. Shayla is on the forefront of Indigenous women's wellness and in March 2021, she became the first Indigenous woman to be on the cover of “Yoga Journal” magazine across Canada and the United States. She has recently wrapped Season 3 of APTN's “Red Earth Uncovered”. Additionally, she is a trauma informed yoga instructor at "CMMN GRND" with over 500+ yoga teacher training hours and has been named internationally as one of the Top “20 Yoga Instructors of Color to Watch in 2020”. She is also a part of Vancouver's Diversity and Inclusion committee with Lululemon. And she is the founder of the “Matriarch Movement', a non-profit organization dedicated to highlighting Indigenous voices and providing wellness workshops to BIPOC women across Canada. To learn more about Shayla please go to: https://www.shaylastonechild.com/ And be sure to follow her on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shayla0h/ To learn more about the Matriarch Movement (Shayla's not-for profit) please go to: https://www.matriarchmovement.ca/ And follow the Matriarch Movement on Facebook and Instagram: https://www.facebook.com/Matriarch-Movement-102987144653111 https://www.instagram.com/matriarch.movement/ We're changing the world one woman at a time. Go to Apple Podcasts and leave a 5-star review and subscribe so you never miss an episode!
Episode 124:Maximizing Communication With Your Child With Guest Rosemarie Griffin In this episode, guest Rosemarie Griffin discusses ways to maximize your communication with your child and ways to help them grow their communication skills. Links: Website Podcast Email us if you have any questions or ideas! We are now on instagram! Check out updates on our website. Follow Thriving on Twitter. Check us out on Facebook! We are also on Pinterest! Please subscribe to our podcast in the iTunes store, or wherever you find your podcasts, Leave us a 5-star review, to help us know what you like and what you don't like, and to make sure other like-minded people find support through this podcast. Show Music: Intro Outro: Intro Outro 2 by Mattias Lahoud under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Theme Song: 90s rock style by monkeyman535 under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Self Care Song: Green and Orange No Water by Duncan Alex under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Hosted by: Jessica Temple Disclaimer: Our show is not designed to provide listeners with specific or personal legal, medical, or professional services or advice. Parents of children with health issues should always consult their health care provider for medical advice, medication, or treatment. Copyright 2022 Jessica Temple
In this episode of Curbside Consults, we examine the latest guidelines on reassessing the inclusion of race in eGFR equations from the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) and American Society of Nephrology (ASN). We are joined by one of the guideline authors -- Nwamaka Eneanya, Director of Health Equity, Anti-Racism and Community...
Diversity, equity, and inclusion are not only humanitarian issues. A plethora of proof exists pointing to the fact that workplaces that embrace these three principles are more productive and effective. During today's episode, we discuss why this is a conversation that we can no longer ignore in society or our businesses. Beyond defining these terms, we look at examples of how their implementation plays out financially and systemically. We go on to explore why it can be necessary to overcompensate for one group to level the playing field, and what it means to think of diversity as a benefit rather than an obligation. If you are leading a company, you can create systemic change from the inside. During today's episode, we ask you to look at your company reflectively, and consider what you can do to include people from different backgrounds, offering guidance on how to go create a strategy, form a plan, and equip your team with the tools to implement it. It's a hard conversation, but it's something that has to happen. All this can be distilled into treating everyone with respect and leading with curiosity. Tune into this episode to find a starting point. What you'll learn about in this episode:What it means for a company to be diverse, equitable, and inclusive.Why this is a conversation we can no longer ignore in society or our businesses.A definition for diversity: the degree to which the spectrum is represented.Some of the people groups to be considered within this spectrum: ability or disability, age, ethnicity, gender, language, the LGBTQ+ movement, and military status.How Small Giants define equity as the recognition of systemic barriers.An example of how this works in terms of the construct of how we spend money.Rethinking systems and structures to create another level of equity.What it means to overcompensate for one group of people to create equity.Why inclusivity is important to consider regardless of how you feel about it. How whatever is repressed or oppressed in a system will get louder and louder.Daelynn Moyer's definition for inclusivity: the degree to which a culture embraces or welcomes those of differing privilege.The change of perspective that leads to thinking of diversity as a benefit.What an inclusive space looks and feels like for members of a community or workplace.Why diversity, inclusivity, and equity are so important: it's fundamentally a humanitarian issue.The data-driven proof that more inclusive workspaces are more productive.Statistics that point to the proof that inclusive workplaces are more effective.How rapid change is far faster than you are experiencing. Why it is important to ask what inclusivity looks like in your workplace and how you implement it. How to take a reflective look at how you are doing as a company and what the next steps should be. The next step of implementing DEI: developing a strategy. What the final step entails: having a plan. Providing tools for people to implement DEI in your company to close gaps in the system.Measuring and monitoring your progress.
"Vulnerability is the core of any self-inward journey....it's been decades of chipping away to get to that vulnerability and to be able to live there. " - Derek CantyDerek Canty is a father of 7, a dedicated partner, a fairy godfather mentor to many and the CEO and founder of Winning Edge, a leadership development company based in Las Vegas. Today, Derek serves as a coach, and trainer for select non-profit organizations and corporations, assisting them in team building, leadership development, and defining/strengthening their organizational culture. He is also a Covid survivor and former coach to his 3 daughters ‘Snickers' volleyball team.Derek is also the co-founder of College Summit now known as PeerForward, a national social non-profit organization that is based in Washington, DC. PeerForward's mission is to increase the college enrollment rates of low-income communities across America. Derek designed “Rap Training,” a leadership development training program for alumni that trains them to motivate and coach peer leaders at summer workshops and at their respective schools. Over 250 College Summit staff and alumni have gone through the training program. He has also developed in-school youth development tools for PeerForward that are used in classrooms around the country. Derek spearheaded the initial Diversity & Inclusion initiative and department, where he served as Chief Diversity Officer for 2 years.What is Intersectional Integrity?Intersectional Integrity: Intentional engagement and relationship development with self (the "i"), others (the "they", "them", "we"), and earth ("us"- the animals, plants, waterways, landmasses) that is dynamic/fluid and mindful of varying identities (targeted and non-targeted).If you'd like to support us, we'd greatly appreciate it! We love it when you share the podcast with your friends and leave us a rating and review, anywhere you listen to the podcast.You can also find us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/eyesonwhitenessSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/eyesonwhiteness)
On this episode, Deloitte Chief Well-being Officer Jen Fisher talks with Jenn Lim, CEO and cofounder of Delivering Happiness and author of “Beyond Happiness: How Authentic Leaders Prioritize Purpose and People for Growth and Impact”, about how teams and companies can integrate and embed happiness and purpose to help their people and organization to grow and thrive.
We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #130, YOUR guest is Dr. Pam Luster, President of San Diego Mesa College, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, aka, THE Voice of Education, & YOUR special guest co-host is Dr. Michelle Cantu-Wilson. "You have to be the sand in the shell to make the pearl". Pam is relentless and unapologetic when it comes to inclusiveness, teaching, and learning, and the insights that a data-driven decision-making framework creates. Pam also talks about the continuum of cultural competence and what happens when there is resistance to equity in her institution. She also talks about disruptive practices and how higher education needs to adapt. Finally, she talks about the positive impact of coalition building and why it's necessary to help today's students. Dr. Luster has served in several positions in local, state and national organizations. She is currently serving as the immediate past-President of the Chief Executive Officers of California Community Colleges (CEOCCC) Board, and she was appointed to the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Commission on Diversity, Equity & Inclusion. Dr. Luster served as board member and President of the California Community College Athletics Association (CCCAA), and co-chaired and is still a member of the CEOCCC Affordability, Food and Housing Task Force. She is also currently serving on Governor Newsom's Task force for Basic Needs in Higher Education. Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Learn more about what others are saying about their EdUp experience ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● YOU can follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thank YOU for listening! We make education YOUR business! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/edup/message
Charlie Eisenhood and Josh Mansfield discuss Hailey King's new contract with Innova before interviewing Thomas Gilbert about his decision to come out publicly as gay. Then the guys discuss inclusion in disc golf, the diversity in political opinion in the sport, and more.
“Our deepest fears are like dragons guarding our deepest treasure.” —Rainer Maria Rilka Sometimes what keeps us from the change we want to see in our life are the dragons of our deepest fears. In this special episode of “A Change Mindset,” we reflect on what we've learned about change from our guests so far. We explore how our guests tamed their dragons of fear and discover that three themes — purpose, self-trust and patience — can help us push through fear and face change head on. Follow us on Instagram: @achangemindset @junloveyoung
New Year doesn't always mean a New Start But I want to encourage you to keep up your momentum in 2022 Get your pen and paper ready because I want to give 3 Habits To Boost Inclusion All Year Round In today's show we discuss several things including: How you can stand out from the … 3 Habits To Boost Inclusion All Year Round Read More » The post 3 Habits To Boost Inclusion All Year Round appeared first on Element of Inclusion.
If you've been on LinkedIn recently, it's likely that someone you know has liked something that our next guest has written - because her posts are just THAT GOOD. But it wasn't just her LinkedIn activism that made us want to sit down with her today - it was some impactful articles that she wrote, including one for Cosmopolitan in 2019 and one for the Harvard Business Review in 2021, that made us excited to talk about something that we haven't really touched on, on the podcast to date: colorism. If you're sitting there asking yourself, what is colorism, or what does that have to do with race, systemic racism, and how we look at people - then marketing and advertising, as we've known it to always exist in the United States, has largely been doing its job. But that doesn't mean it's the right job - in fact, today, we're going to talk all about why it's so important to understand colorism as a fundamental piece of our systems that affect us all (like racism), and also the very personal impact that it can have on people. We're here to learn in 2022, and to keep asking those questions that make us think deeper and challenge what we've always been told. Have questions, comments, or concerns? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org What to listen for: What is colorism? How colorism has impacted Mita personally, as she shares in her piece in Cosmopolitan The clear ways that the marketing industry still has a problem, as she writes in Harvard Business Review Other industries that need to be aware of the impact of our bias towards lighter skin About Mita: Mita Mallick is a corporate change-maker with a track record of transforming businesses. She gives innovative ideas a voice and serves customers and communities with purpose. She is currently the Head of Inclusion, Equity and Impact at Carta. She was formerly the Head of Inclusion and Cross Cultural Marketing at Unilever. She has had an extensive career as a marketer in the beauty and consumer product goods space. Mallick is a LinkedIn Top Voice, a contributor for Entrepreneur and Harvard Business Review, and her writing has been published in Adweek, Fast Company and Business Insider. She is also the cohost of the recently launched The Brown Table Talk Podcast, where she and Dee Marshall share stories and tips on how to help Women of Color win at work, and advice for allies on how they can show up. Buy our book, Dear White Women: Let's Get (Un)comfortable Talking About Racism, and leave us a review on Amazon! Like what you hear? Don't miss another episode and subscribe! Catch up on more commentary between episodes by following us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter – and even more opinions and resources if you join our email list.
This week Grant and Zoe are joined by Alexandria Maloney, an international affairs officer at US CENTCOM with the US Department of Defense and the President of Black Professionals in International Affairs. Alexandria discusses the fight for diversity and inclusion in national security, what hurdles Black Americans and other People of Color face in the field, and what allies can do to support them. In the final segment, Grant talks about Station Eleven, Zoe is following the end of Elizabeth Holmes trial, and Alexandria wants people to pay their taxes. If you are under 40 and interested in being featured on the podcast, be sure to fill out this form: https://airtable.com/shr5IpK32opINN5e9
Reframing is a way of changing the way you look at something and, thus, changing your experience of it. This week Rebekah Martin is absolutely brilliant in the insight she gives on her own growth as a leader and why reframing is something she is working on in 2022. Enjoy the episode.
In Season Two's opening episode, Dr. Shari Dade is joined by Amjed Baghdadi, the Assistant Director for Operations at Austin for the Central Texas Veteran's Healthcare System. Amjed provides administrative oversite for the Austin Outpatient Clinic as well as Prosthetics, Voluntary, Chaplain, and MyVA Experience Services. For this conversation, Amjed shares a story of failure and the audacity it took for him to continue making steps toward success and learning. Listen in to uncover the key lessons that were hiding behind this leader's missteps. Key Lessons: 1) Acknowledging mistakes and struggles will allow you to seek proper support. Having the courage to ask for and accept help or assistance will lead you down the pathway from failure to success. 2) Instead of running or hiding during difficult situations, practice engaging with failure and conflict from a place of compassion and curiosity for learning. 3) Look at failure as a crossroad with the opportunity to build a path forward with learning and growth. Consciously choose to consistently look forward and become a better leader. The act of rebounding after failure can seem impossible. Pause. Listen to Amjed's recommendation of Sia's “Alive” to feel revived and ready to keep moving forward!
Season 9, Episode 7 - If It's Simple or Easy, You're Not Growing - Peter Giorgi, CMO, Equinox WELCOME TO SEASON 9! We're honored that you're here with us and very grateful to have you as a listener.About Peter GiorgiPeter Giorgi is the Chief Marketing Officer of Equinox, the global leader in luxury fitness and high-performance living. As CMO, Peter oversees all marketing functions, operations and strategy for the company which includes the brand's 105 Equinox Fitness Clubs globally, as well as the Equinox+ app that provides members access to in-club and digital programming across preeminent brands including SoulCycle, HeadStrong, PURE Yoga, and TB12, among others. Peter is a passionate storyteller, fanatical creative advocate and true believer in the power of great ideas to change the course of business and culture. Prior to joining Equinox, Peter held the role of Chief Marketing Officer of Celebrity Cruises where he looked after all aspects of the cruise line's global marketing, including brand strategy and creative development, digital marketing, social media, research, loyalty, direct marketing and advertising. Earlier, Peter served as Global Head of Advertising for Airbnb, where he contributed to the brand's creative and strategic excellence, leading the development of marketing platforms that dramatically increased the global growth and adoption of the brand. Prior to joining Airbnb, Peter was VP Account Director at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, one of the world's most awarded advertising agencies, where he worked on clients including Volkswagen, Jose Cuervo, vitaminwater, Kraft.Connect and learn more about Peter and Equinox: Equinox, Twitter + LinkedIn. Klay's NoteWant more information on our custom meditations? Email: Assistant@PlanAwithKlay.com.If you're looking for a cool scripted podcast drama, check out Venice HERE by Marisa Bramwell.Thank you for listening to Season 8 of Plan A Konversations! Share your thoughts and follow Klay on your favorite social media: @PlanAwithKlay and use the hashtag #PlanA101. Want more Plan A? Subscribe to Klay's website: KlaySWilliams.com.If you've been motivated, inspired and called to action by this podcast, please consider contributing with the link provided below.Support the show (https://paypal.me/PlanAEnterprises?locale.x=en_US)
#081 - In this episode, Kay Fabella shares how to spot signs of burnout in a remote team before it happens, based on her experience as a remote worker and now running a fully remote team at Inclusion in Progress, LLC. First, Kay defines burnout and some signs to be aware of when it comes to remote workers, as well as ideas for how to broach the conversation with your teams when you suspect they're on the verge of burnout. Finally, Kay discusses what your team culture needs to help prevent or mitigate burnout when it happens. Links To download our 2021 Future of Work Culture whitepaper, click here. Ready to partner with us on a tailored DEI solution for your company? Get in touch today for a complimentary call. Read our Forbes features here, here, and here. To learn how to leave a review for the podcast, click here. Connect with Us email@example.com https://www.linkedin.com/company/inclusion-in-progress Connect with Our Founder https://www.linkedin.com/in/kayfabella Content Disclaimer The information contained above is provided for information purposes only. The contents of this article, video or audio are not intended to amount to advice and you should not rely on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Professional advice should be obtained before taking or refraining from taking any action as a result of the contents of this article, video or audio. Kay Fabella disclaims all liability and responsibility arising from any reliance placed on any of the contents of this article, video or audio. Disclaimer: Some of these links are for products and services offered by the podcast creator.
Deidra McIntyre, founder of Black People & Cryptocurrency, joins to discuss investing in cryptocurrency, how beginners can make sense of the hype, and how crypto might help bridge what she calls the 'wealth inclusion gap.'
Elisabeth Galvin is a content editor at Diversity Network, an organization committed to equality, diversity and inclusion and creating a better workplace for all. We met Elisabeth when she invited Carol Fishman Cohen to join her in a fireside chat session at Diversity Network's Inclusion 2021 virtual conference. Elisabeth has worked as a journalist and author in the US, London, Australia and Hong Kong and took a nine-year career break during which time she was a freelance writer and editor. Elisabeth discusses how she got her freelance jobs and expanded her network so that she could write for a range of magazines and newspapers. She also talks about her recent relaunch, how she overcame some initial challenges during her transition, and the work she does at Diversity network. (Shoutout to Loralee Hamilton of Oracle at timestamp 17:04)
Brian McComak is a diversity and inclusion consultant, speaker, author, and facilitator with over 20 years of experience in diversity and inclusion, HR company culture, change management, communications, and employee experience. He's the Founder and CEO of Hummingbird Humanity, a consulting firm that cultivates and champions, inclusive workplace cultures, and human-centered leadership. He's also the author of Humanity in the Workplace, a blueprint for building an inclusive and equitable company culture that will be released in 2022. In this episode, Brian guides us through a conversation about reframing DEI in the workplace. Employees view the workplace differently now versus ten years ago, and it's up to great leaders to implement practices to champion inclusive workplace cultures and a human-centered leadership approach. Listen to this conversation with Brian to understand what steps you can take to reframe the conversation in your organization and increase representation at all levels of a business. Additional Resources: Learn more about the PeopleForward Network: www.peopleforwardnetwork.com DEI Tips from Boscoe, Brian's Rescue Beagle Register for Hummingbird's newsletter An Inclusive Language Guide A Guide to Inclusive Job Descriptions Representation Matters Additional Resources from Hummingbird Humanity
We're starting the year with a compilation of some of our most popular DEI experts from last year. Organizations face growing pressure to create and maintain equitable workplaces as employees call for real progress and sustainable change. In this episode, we take a look back at three conversations with three experts who are working to advance DEI efforts and make enduring progress. We hope you enjoy our conversations with Janet Stovall, senior client strategist at the NeuroLeadership Institute, Eliza VanCort, organizational consultant and author, and Jeff Korzenik, investment strategist and advocate for non-traditional talent sources.
With a talent for creating special events that blossomed while working for my dad's car stereo shop, I got my start in marketing at Frontier Field in Rochester and began serving as the executive director of the internationally known Lilac Festival. Later on, I headed the Canandaigua, New York Business Improvement District while also performing projects for the tourism promotion agency Visit Rochester. In 2009, I founded Break the Ice Media, with more than 20 years of experience in tourism marketing. I now host “Destination on the Left,” a highly successful tourism marketing podcast. As a business owner, I know what it takes to be successful. I founded BTI to help businesses tell their brand story through public relations, digital and traditional channels. I have the ability to uncover unique marketing opportunities and develop marketing and public relations initiatives that help clients build long-term success. On this episode of Destination on the Left, I discuss why I'm starting 2022 with a sense of reflection, renewal, and anticipation for what is ahead. Since 2020 I have been on a journey to understand the world in a broader sense, which has led to a search for greater meaning and a focus on intentionality in my actions. This week I want to share what I have done to understand differences, identify opportunities for personal growth, and take action to help make my world more equitable, diverse, and inclusive. What You Will Learn in This Episode: How the Break the Ice Media team explored the topic of what diversity, equity, and inclusion meant to them and defined the actions they could take to make a difference How Nicole became the Chair of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee for the New York State Tourism Industry Association How the 2021 Travel Unity Summit helped the industry focus on the importance of increasing diversity The difference between equity and equality and why it is important How to take your own incremental action by taking the Travel Unity Individual Pledge, which is for all who believe the world of travel should be welcoming to people of all backgrounds and abilities What the Break the Ice Media team identified when they dug into their core value of equity and how they sought more diverse perspectives How rounding out the team led to an invitation for Break the Ice Media to pitch to Cayuga County and Auburn, New York, for their Harriet Tubman Equal Rights Heritage Campaign to commemorate the 200th Birthday of Harriet Tubman in 2022 Reflecting on Our Journey in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Over the last two years, my small company has been grappling with how we fit within the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion conversation, and we have really committed to educating ourselves around the topic. I was very candid in Solocast 16 about the team's journey to live out the ‘equitable' core value within our company, and we have recently reflected on our most recent client work to see how it is significantly impacting our collective worldview. When examining how we aligned with our values, we found that we needed to work on developing more diverse partner, freelance, and subcontractor relationships to ensure we represent a wide range of viewpoints. Being Intentional Big things will happen when you set your intentions and start to take action. You may feel as if you are taking baby steps at first, but time will pass, and you will realize that all those incremental moves have led to a monumental shift and change in your organization. I'm grateful that we took this journey and for the lessons we learned along the way, particularly the importance of humility and vulnerability when addressing biases and issues related to diversity, equity, and inclusion. Resources: Websites: https://travelunity.org/ https://www.nystia.org/ https://www.tourcayuga.com/ https://plimoth.org/ https://breaktheicemedia.com/podcasts/solocast-16/ Additional Resources: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.destinationontheleft.com/ Website: https://breaktheicemedia.com/ Twitter: @Break_TheIce Facebook: @BreakTheIceMedia
Marketing leaders are faced with a litany of challenges, an ocean of tools, and seemingly infinite amounts of data, which can all get a bit overwhelming. Ingrid Burton, CMO of Quantcast, is passionate about the industry and on Marketing Trends she discusses with me some of the obstacles the modern marketer faces. “The challenges of today's CMO are very different than the challenges of even five years ago, 10 years ago. It is such a fast-moving space and CMOs have to be well versed in strategy and data in understanding the market. It's such a big job now. I wonder how my fellow CMOs are doing, because like I said, I started my day at four-thirty this morning because I lay awake at night with all these asks and I [wonder] how am I gonna get it all done? Do I have the right team on the field? Can we really execute this? Can we measure our results and make sure we're getting the attribution that we need. We need to be thinking about how we make sure CMOs don't burn out. How do we make sure CMOs are able to lead through this? And how do we make sure that the expectations are realistic?” There will never be an end to all of the additional things a marketer does, another channel to add to the mix, but be careful not to push yourself or your team beyond your limits. In this episode, Ingrid unpacks what they mean at Quantcast when they talk about providing a free and open internet. She delves into her passion and in-depth knowledge of machine learning, and how marketers can best utilize their endless amount of tools. She also explains why ESG is going to be a main driver for them next year and how they're ensuring true Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion. There's so much to enjoy, up ahead with Ingrid here on Marketing Trends. Main TakeawaysThe Challenges of the Modern CMO: The rapid pace of the software-driven industry is a lot to keep up with. Getting more data and analytics capabilities has driven a lot of growth in the last 5-10 years. The constant rush of information combined with the constant demand to put information out can lead some of even the most passionate marketers to burnout. Guarding against that is going to be what separates the leaders of the future. The expectations of many CMOs and marketing leaders are very high. The Value of a Free and Open Internet: The value of having clear and factual information widely acknowledged and accepted in culture is essential for unity. The internet disrupted the journalism industry, and this change has brought about the conversion to subscription fee-based models over the traditional ad-based mode. This means that some people don't have access to the factual information they could be learning their news from. Machine Learning - The Power of Noticing Patterns: Pattern recognition is one of the most useful tools in leadership and in scaling business. Machines that can be taught to recognize certain patterns can do so and scan the entire database instantaneously. If you can notice patterns in marketing that can help you predict what your customers may be interested in or looking for at certain times of the year, times of day, devices, or locations. The power of machine learning in marketing is just in the early stages.Key Quotes“Hopefully I don't say ‘I' too much. I always want to say ‘we' - We did this. We did that. I'm just the guide; here's the north star we want to take. Or as I put it, here's the mountain we need to take. I put that out there very early on. I think my team here was very surprised. And when I showed them just a few baby steps of how you're gonna climb small hills to get to the top of the peak, they saw that they could do it. They accomplished it. Some of it's confidence-building and having them believe in themselves.”“Who can afford to subscribe to all these news publications. There's gotta be a different way. I'm afraid for a society that if we charge for every piece of content, what's going to happen to people that can't afford it [is that] they're gonna be left behind. They get left behind because they're not getting the right news. The internet is a great equalizer and we need to make sure that it's not a fee-based internet.” “One of the things that's unique about Quantcast is we have this unique, real-time data set and it's one of the largest in the world behind Google and Facebook. Since we started the company, we have established a relationship with all the publishers out there. This is Hurst which is huge, Conde Nast...we have a hundred million websites. Their data is feeding into this anonymized data set. That is one of the largest actually running in the Amazon cloud, one of the largest that they have. We're using machine learning to find patterns and make predictions about the behavior of what's happening in this data set.”“The challenges of today's CMO, are very different than the challenges of even five years ago, 10 years ago. It is such a fast-moving space and CMOs have to be well versed in strategy and data in understanding the market. It's such a big job now. I wonder how my fellow CMOs are doing, because like I said, I started my day at four-thirty this morning because I lay awake at night with all these asks coming at me and I [wonder] how am I gonna get it all done? Do I have the right team on the field? Can we really execute to this? Can we measure our results and um, really make sure we're getting the attribution that we need. We need to really be thinking about how do we make sure CMOs don't burn out? How do we make sure CMOs are able to lead through this? And how do we make sure that the expectations are realistic?”BioIngrid Burton is a unique leader in the world of tech as she bridges the gap between technology and marketing in leading teams to unparalleled successes driving strategies for market trends including AI and machine learning, Java and HANA technologies, SaaS, Cloud Computing, Open Source, Internet of Things (IOT), community engagement and Big Data that have had a positive impact on the evolving technology landscape.Ingrid's career includes her role as a member of the board of directors at Extreme Networks. She also held the role of Chief Marketing Officer at H2O.ai, the open source leader in AI and machine learning, where she led marketing teams while positioning the company through its growth stages. Prior to H2O.ai, Ingrid advised companies including DriveScale, MapR (acquired by HPE) and Paxata (acquired by DataRobot). She was CMO of Hortonworks, a Big Data company, where she drove a brand and marketing transformation, positioning the company for growth and subsequent acquisition.Ms. Burton led the Product and Innovation marketing team at SAP, where she was the marketing leader of SAP HANA, analytics, and mobile offerings, and where she co-created the company Cloud strategy. As CMO of pre-IPO Silver Spring Networks, she positioned the company for their IPO as the leader in energy networks. While CMO at Plantronics she reshaped a 50-year-old brand into a modern and exciting communications model for both consumers and business.Previously at Sun Microsystems, Ingrid held various leadership roles including head of marketing for the company, driving both the company and Java brand, global citizenship, championing open source initiatives, and leading product and strategic marketing teams. Early in her career, Ingrid was a developer.Ms. Burton actively engages with and mentors people in both technology and business functions, and provides guidance for them in their careers. She has received numerous awards including the 2005 Silicon Valley TWIN award.---Marketing Trends podcast is brought to you by Salesforce. Discover marketing built on the world's number one CRM: Salesforce. Put your customer at the center of every interaction. Automate engagement with each customer. And build your marketing strategy around the entire customer journey. Salesforce. We bring marketing and engagement together. Learn more at salesforce.com/marketing.
Join your host Andrew Tisser with his guest Dr. Christian Casteel, as they talk about the views of a resident physician under a fairly new program. In the 2nd episode of Learner Sessions, Christian shares what makes a good mentor, what the increasing debt burden is doing to today's generation of physicians, his views on diversity and inclusion in medicine, and more. Compared to earlier generations, Christian agrees that today's resident physicians have to be far more active. Because of the pandemic, burnout is not the only factor they face head on.In this episode you will learn:· How it feels being a resident in a fairly new program· Debt is a distraction· Positive reinforcement is so underrated· Dr. Christian Casteel – on setting the tone before every shift· Is medicine appropriately representing the population it serves?About Dr. Christian Casteel:Christian Casteel is a current PGY-1 Emergency Medicine resident at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. He received his BS in Cell and Molecular Biology from Missouri State University and attended medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences.Christian is from a small town called High Ridge Missouri and is a first-generation high school/college/medical school graduate. His career interests include Social EM, Diversity Equity & Inclusion, MedEd. Advocating for greater socioeconomic and racial diversity in medicine is a particular passion of his.Outside of medicine, he thinks of himself as more of a guitar player and skateboarder than a Doctor.Connect with Dr. Christian Casteel on:Twitter: https://twitter.com/DrCasteelEMInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/dr_casteel_em/Email: email@example.com Connect with Talk2Medoc on:Website: https://www.andrewtisserdo.com/Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewtisserdo/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/andrew.tisserInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/talk2medoc_llc/Twitter: https://twitter.com/Talk2MeDocYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0O_Sf3aYLavYaJ_hg7bM8g See what locums can do for you financially with CompHealth:https://financialresidency.com/comphealth
Conversation with Rohit Bhargava, the Wall St. Journal best-selling co-author of “Beyond Diversity” as well as the author of the “Non Obvious Megatrends” series, a professor, a keynote speaker, an entrepreneur, and the founder and Chief Trend Curator for the Non-Obvious Company. Episode on Website