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Award-winning business advice from Silicon Valley and beyond. Iconic CEOs, from Nike to Netflix, Starbucks to Slack, share the strategies that helped them grow from startups into global brands — and to weather crisis when it strikes. Our two formats help tell the complete story of how a business grows, survives and thrives, and the mindsets of growth that keep leaders in the game. On each episode of our classic format, host Reid Hoffman — LinkedIn cofounder, Greylock partner and legendary Si ...
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Whether in the workplace or the supply chain, inclusion and diversity are focused, hot-button issues for the majority of corporations. And as the national culture shifts, we aim to discuss some of those issues on this podcast.
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The 1000 Voices podcast is your go-to source if you’re a Black Briton poised to make a difference but are stuck at the ’how.’ We dive deep into the life-altering journeys of Black British leaders who’ve ignited change. We unpack the tools they used, the barriers they shattered, and the ways you can do it too. Come for the stories, leave with a blueprint.
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A weekly podcast delivering diverse insights and perspectives from global leaders in business, executive education and diversity & inclusion. Hosted by award-winning content creator, author, speaker, certified diversity executive and cofounder of The Diversity Movement, Jackie Ferguson. This show is proud to be a part of the Living Corporate network.
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT-- You can still listen to the current seasons of the Diversity and Confusion podcast on all platforms, but we’re excited to announce that the Diversity and Confusion podcast will no longer publish new episodes as it is now a segment on the ”DEI Made Easy Show”. Visit www.DEIMadeEasy.com to continue to hear Dr. Brandi’s unconventional insights on all things diversity, equity, and inclusion. Start listening today!
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Our podcast examines the pivotal role people play in creating inclusive workplaces that are built for the future. How does inclusion impact our well-being? Why is it a business imperative? Each episode weaves together storytelling and research-driven conversations with globally recognized authors, experts, and DEI practitioners. Each month, join host and MetLife’s VP and Global Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer Dr. Cindy Pace as she tackles actionable steps we can take to advance ...
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Welcome to Curated Conversations, a podcast that discusses issues related to diversity, inclusion and belonging. Join host Sheliza Jamal, founder of Curated Leadership, as she chats with guests from a variety of industries and walks of life about an array of DEI topics. Listen in each month as we dive into our guests' personal anecdotes and experiences, discuss breaking news, and explore the complex world of equity, diversity and inclusion.
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T Break

Trans in the City

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Trans in the City is an open collaboration between global organisations, corporates and companies raising awareness to help further the inclusion of transgender, non-binary and gender diversity in business.
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Is it possible to feel safe at work? Neurobiology expert Rajkumari Neogy absolutely thinks so. Join us for conversations that will blow your mind as we explore what it takes to foster inclusive leadership and cultivate resonant cultures in the workplace.
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Thought-provoking dialogue to identify leadership solutions to today's most challenging conflicts. Streamed live each week, Saturdays @ 9:30 EST.Hosted by diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies and CEO's Eric Ellis and Tommie Lewis. Join us and add your voice to this engaging Diversity Conversation. Please join the conversation:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Diversity-Conversations-112794377851580Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYVJnaLsMakX5zLNocxCkvAEric Ellis, www.integr ...
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Diverseek

Jolene Mei / Madhu Nair

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Are you passionate about fostering diversity within your workforce? Tune in to our podcast as we explore the insights and expertise of renowned DEI specialists who have successfully implemented diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging initiatives within prominent organizations. Gain inspiration and practical guidance on how to effectively introduce DEI programs in your own workplace. Visit diverseek.com to discover more!
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Join Sarah each week as she talks with a new guest on Introducing Me, a podcast where people of many different backgrounds share their stories. With a focus on inclusion and diversity, Sarah’s guests talk about culture, advocacy, race, ability, gender and sexual identities, or whatever else they want heard.
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Living Corporate

Living Corporate, LLC

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Living Corporate centers and amplifies Black and brown voices at work through facilitating authentic dialogues with executives, entrepreneurs, activists, authors. influencers, elected officials and more.
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Cornell University's Inclusive Excellence Podcast

Cornell University, Department of Inclusion and Workforce Diversity

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Join Erin Sember-Chase and Toral Patel from the Department of Inclusion and Belonging as they dive into discussions on topics related to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. They will interview colleagues throughout Cornell who are working to build spaces of belonging for all Cornell employees and provide information on how you can begin building these spaces today.
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Join us on our mission to end the stigma surrounding mental health in the classical music world. Let's start the conversation. Learn more at www.soundmindmusician.org.
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Inclusion, Diversity and encountering something different and unexpected. We all have reacted to different kinds of people and unexpected situations often with fear and unacceptance. Join blind World Trade Center survivor, No. 1 NY Times Bestseller and Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe, Michael Hingson as he talks with thought leaders and others about our often blinding fear of inclusion and our resistance to change. Mike will explore the idea that no matter the situation or different kinds ...
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This podcast features alums of the Fulbright Program who talk about their work and research, about regional and local ramifications of global diversity-related issues, and the impact their Fulbright experience has had on their personal and professional growth. Episodes will also feature advocates and professionals from diverse communities working towards greater inclusion in higher education/educational exchange. Please note: The views expressed in this interview series are entirely those of ...
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Beyond Diversity

Woods Kovalova Group

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Introducing 'Beyond Diversity', a podcast by Woods Kovalova Group, global frontrunners in diversity consulting. We delve deep: from HR's role in sculpting diverse workplaces and the intricacies of inclusive hiring, to the pillars of corporate equity. Explore transformative workshops, master cultural competence, and grasp the myriad advantages of a multicultural workspace. As we challenge prejudices, advocate for gender parity, and confront systemic business biases, our insights light the way ...
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Brought to you by Inclusive Group, Inclusion Unlocked explores the most pressing equity, diversity and inclusion challenges in the world of work. We take a fresh look at the most effective ways to dismantle barriers standing in the way of inclusion and the everyday actions and behaviours that drive change. Through sharing lived experiences, delving into research and best practice and revealing practical tips, our guests will help you to unlock inclusion in your team or your organisation. We ...
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No one who holds a minoritized identity wants people who don't who hold those identities to be the ones solely making decisions about how organisations and how society changes, how it's run and organised. In this show, I'll be having conversations with people who hold experiences of being minoritized. We'll be looking at stories about marginalisation, we're looking at issues about equity in the news, and exploring how your institution can and should respond.
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Today's news and action items for a more equitable tomorrow. Hosted by Nicole Cardoza. Five minutes a day, seven days a week, ready by 6am EST. Subscribe to our daily newsletter at subscribe.the-ard.com and follow us on social media @ardtakeaction.
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Entering The Inspiration Zone is a bi-weekly podcast for business professionals and entrepreneurs seeking positive connections and professional development. Host, Juliette Mayers is an accomplished entrepreneur, author, speaker, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) business strategist, and member of Forbes Coaches Council. She shares from her success framework, "lived experiences" and invites guests, to share their journey to success.
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This podcast series highlights various diversity-related topics spanning entertainment, social, and news media. The podcasts, written and produced by teams of diverse media students, will educate our audience on the history of diversity in media and how it affects them individually and as a society. It will include personal statements, expert interviews, and research. We aim to bring attention to marginalized and minoritized groups and overlooked subjects to promote the spread of information ...
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We often hear that diversity, equity, and inclusion matters to businesses; but their data tells a different story. So what is the missing piece? On Finding Diversity, we tell real stories of what has worked for others and provide experiences that will inspire you. This is where our story begins. Finding Diversity is hosted by Justus Thompson, CEO and co-founder of CAPE Inclusion - a certified minority supplier that offers Data-driven solutions and resources that assist organizations in their ...
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Culture Stew

Maria Morukian

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Culture Stew is a show dedicated to exploring diversity, inclusion, and cultural identity in its many dimensions. We explore how our identities and values influence our personal and professional lives. Through interviews with scholars, journalists, scientists, and leadership development practitioners, we’ll delve into different concepts around cultural identity, explore how to lead diverse teams and organizations, and seek ways to build bridges across cultural chasms.
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The Inclusion Solution LIVE is the official podcast of The Winters Group, Inc., a Black woman-owned global diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice (DEIJ) consulting firm. For nearly four decades, The Winters Group has unapologetically challenged systems of oppression and pushed the boundaries of what it means to be inclusive. The company has unflinchingly guided hundreds of companies and organizations to reject the status quo, interrogate inequities, and dismantle unjust systems. The Winte ...
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Everyone has a diversity story- even those you don’t expect. Get ready to hear from leading CEO’s, bestselling authors and entrepreneurs as we uncover their true stories of diversity and inclusion. The Will To Change is hosted by Jennifer Brown- Jennifer is an award-winning entrepreneur, dynamic speaker, and author and diversity and inclusion expert. She is a passionate social equality advocate committed to helping leaders foster healthier and therefore more productive workplaces, ultimately ...
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Leading Equity

Sheldon L. Eakins, Ph.D. Leading Equity podcaster

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This podcast focuses on supporting educators with the tools and resources necessary to ensure equity at their school. On this podcast, listeners can expect to hear interviews and stories from voices of equity in education today.
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Behind the Scenery

National Park Service

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Hidden forces shape our ideas, beliefs, and experiences of Grand Canyon. Join us, as we uncover the stories between the canyon’s colorful walls. Probe the depths, and add your voice for what happens next at Grand Canyon!
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🐲 RPG DIE GEST 🐉 🔴 Watch LIVE on Sundays @ 1:00 p.m. CT on https://twitch.tv/legionofmyth Catch past segments on https://www.youtube.com/c/legionofmyth 📝 INFORMATIVE: TTRPG Overviews and fundamentals. 🧨 IRREVERENT: Opinions and commentary of the TTRPG hobby. 👫 INTERACTIVE: Join us on the stream to share YOUR thoughts. #RPGate: 1) Games are about escapism not representation. 2) Entertainment over activism. 3) Organic diversity through natural inclusion.
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There is no doubt that the business sector wields plenty of power; power that can shape the world. And if applied with a conscience, positively impact all spheres of civilisation. In Conscious Conversations, host Carmen Murray chats with a fascinating array of industry leaders and pioneers to explore how doing business with the greater good in mind can lead to better returns and a better South Africa for all. Join Carmen on her voyage of discovery as she unearths the value, nobility, prosper ...
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Every relationship is as unique as you are. Relationship Diversity Podcast aims to celebrate, question, and explore all aspects of relationships and relationship structure diversity. Together, we’ll bust through societal programming to break open and dissect everything we thought we knew about relationships. We’ll ask challenging and transformational questions, like: Who am I? What do I really want in my relationships? Am I in this relationship structure because it’s all I know or is it real ...
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Monthly podcasts about inclusion and diversity brought to you by Inclusive Employers. Join our hosts, broadcaster Stephanie Hirst and Inclusive Employers' Senior Consultants Steven Copsey and Ariel Chapman, as they meet various guests with fascinating stories of inclusion, diversity and belonging. This podcast is for everyone who has an interest in inclusion and diversity. Learn about key topics, best practice and how to take real action to make inclusion an everyday reality. Find out more a ...
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A RopesTalk podcast series brought to you by the Women’s Forum at Ropes & Gray, featuring conversations with extraordinary women who have had successful careers and interesting lives, and are also making a positive impact in their workplaces and in their communities.
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We are Jackye Clayton and Katee Van Horn- two diversity, equity, & inclusion peeps who love both what we have in common, and what makes us different. During the day we use our superpowers to block bias and end systemic racism within companies and create equitable places to work. We are also BFFs who have tough conversations about our different lived experiences. And we hold nothing back! Launched in 2020, the Inclusive AF Podcast is a place where you get to hear real, authentic, and sometime ...
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Eavesdrop as Kai and Simeon bring the silo’d and uncomfortable conversations about diversity equity & inclusion in creative industries to the forefront, so everyone can participate. They'll say all the things you never hear in mixed company. Send advice, questions, share stories (good or bad) and suggestions at askmixedcompany@gmail.com
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In The Margins

Diverse Education

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Achieving equality in higher education. The stakes have never been higher. The issues never more complex. Who graduates, and why? Who is getting hired as faculty and what is their experience? In each episode, we will look at issues surrounding students, faculty, diversity and inclusion, and skyrocketing college costs. From critical conversation to news, numbers, and analysis — we’ve got you covered. You can count on Diverse’s In The Margins to bring you the latest, most relevant thought lead ...
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Revision Path

Maurice Cherry, Lunch

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This is Revision Path — an award-winning weekly showcase of Black designers, developers, and digital creatives from all over the world. Each week, host Maurice Cherry interviews these creators about their work, their goals, what inspires them, and much more. First podcast in the Smithsonian NMAAHC.
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Diverse: a SWE podcast

Society of Women Engineers

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Welcome to Diverse, a podcast by the Society of Women Engineers. SWE gives women engineers a unique place and voice within the engineering community. On Diverse, we highlight incredible thought leaders and personalities in the STEM community and discover who they are at home, at work and in between.
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Jorge Quezada, Chief Inclusion Officer and VP of People & Culture at Granite Construction, joins the program for a conversation with Jennifer about their decades of experience guiding organizations on the journey toward diversity, equity and inclusion. Jorge and Jennifer discuss the pendulum swings of progress and pushback, the difference between c…
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Kevin Morosky is a multidisciplinary creative and film auteur. In 2018, he co-founded POCC (People of Culture Collective) - a Black British Business Awards-nominated creative network that champions Black and Brown voices in advertising. ✉️ Join Our Community and sign up to our newsletter here: https://1000voicesuk.beehiiv.com/subscribe 😃 Support us…
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Ron Idoko (A&S ’05, GSPIA ’07) serves as director of the office of social innovation in honors education in the Frederick Honors College, associate director of the Center on Race & Social Problems, and founding director of the Racial Equity Consciousness Institute. He recently was presented with the University’s 2024 Martin Luther King Jr. Creating…
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From the remnants of a war-torn Lebanon to the zenith of entrepreneurship, Tony Jamous shares the odyssey that led him to champion the remote work revolution with Oyster, a beacon for global job democratization. His tale is one of triumph over personal and professional battles, a testament to the resilience that forges not just successful business …
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In the latest episode of Inclusion Unlocked, Sasha is joined by Sharon Peake, the award-winning founder and CEO of Shape Talent. In a wide reaching conversation, we learn about how Sharon's psychology and talent management background have influenced the way she works with organisations and leaders to drive authentic change. From navigating the comp…
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Ryan Renteria is a CEO coach, diverse board director, public speaker, and the founder of Stretch Five, a leading executive coaching firm. Ryan is the author of a book called Lead Without Burnout: Growth with Less Stress for You and Your Team, which offers A Proven Process for Achieving Work/Life Optimization, Growing Your Business More Effectively,…
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Amy C. Waninger welcomes Charles Morgan, the co-founder of ScreeCred, to the Including You podcast this week to chat about credit reporting. Connect with Charles on LinkedIn. https://bit.ly/48rQWdl Including You is brought to you by Lead at Any Level. Learn more about them on their website. http://bit.ly/2lPvOMM Learn more about your ad choices. Vi…
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Join Erin and Toral as they delve into the dynamic world of workplace mental health with Jasmine Jay (she/her/hers) and Wai-Kwong Wong (he/him/his) from Cornell’s Faculty & Staff Assistance Program (FSAP). Together, they explore the evolution of mental health awareness and share insights on fostering a supportive workplace culture. Tune in to hear …
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Yes, a long title but absolutely appropriate and worth it for this guest. Meet Joe Sherman. Joe grew up in a family being the youngest of seven siblings. His parents who had not gone to college wanted their children to do better than they in part by getting a college education. Joe pretty much always wanted to go into medicine, but first obtained a…
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"Workplace burnout is essentially unmourned grief," says Sarah Peyton, neuroscience educator and author of "Your Resonant Self." Much of her work has centered around attachment styles and how they impact our everyday interactions. In this episode, Sarah and neurobiology expert Rajkumari Neogy explore what it looks like for leaders to acknowledge gr…
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Esther Elizabeth Rolle (1920-1998) was a Bahamian American actress most known for her roles on "Maude" and its spin-off "Good Times." Throughout her career, she advocated adamantly for accurate representation of Black people in television. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories …
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On this episode of Women @ RopesTalk hosted by health care partner Christine Moundas, capital solutions and private credit partner Alyson Gal interviews Jenny Walsh, a managing director who co-leads the consumer investing team at Sixth Street, a San Francisco-based global investment firm with over $75 billion in assets under management. Jenny talks…
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Episode 087: The Importance of Finding a Resonant Community with Noa Elan of Bloom Ever feel like your relationships are coloring outside the lines of societal norms? You're not alone. Join me as I sit down with Noa Elan, the visionary CEO of Bloom Community, for a heart-to-heart conversation about the importance of cultivating a resonant community…
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Cyber war is raging, and the culprit is AI. Poppy Gustafsson, CEO of cybersecurity firm Darktrace shares new, proprietary info about how cybercrime has become professionalized across the Dark Web, and why deepfakes could soon find their way into your Slack or Zoom calls. But AI is also a powerful new weapon against attackers: Poppy tells Rapid Resp…
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Sarah Maslen, Trans in the City Director interviews Sarah Furley, FFLAG Chair of Trustees. The two fabulous Sarahs discuss the amazing work FFLAG do as a national voluntary organisation and charity dedicated to supporting families and their LGBT+ loved ones. More info here: https://www.fflag.org.uk/ FFLAG's Mission: To support families with LGBT+ m…
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Trigger warning - this episode contains a discussion of baby loss and miscarriage. This week in Nothing Without Us, I speak to Laura Nwanya, abuot her experience of having three children, while pursuing her career in primary education. Passionate about staff wellbeing and retaining incredible teachers in the profession, Laura knows a huge part of t…
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Meet Dr. Bettina L. Love, the William F. Russell Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, who delves into the complex dynamics of education reform and highlights its detrimental effects on Black children and communities. In this episode, Diverse host Dr. Jamal Watson engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Love, author of The Ne…
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In this episode of the Inclusive AF Podcast, hosts Katee Van Horn and Jackye Clayton dive deep into the important topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. They pull apart the D, the E, and the I, discussing the unintended consequences of not considering diversity and inclusion and highlighting the need for intentional inclusion …
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Today's featured performer rallied for LGBTQ+ rights and dignity that are still being challenged in today's time, over 50 years later. 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture and society. Look for "Black History Month" in titles of other episodes in this p…
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Zach sits down with speaker, technologist, influencer, and founder of Chezie, Toby Egbuna, to talk about his experiences as a young Black founder. Subscribe to Living Corporate on Patreon for ad-free, early access content and more. https://bit.ly/2Xsbbbb Connect with Toby on LinkedIn. https://bit.ly/49iXZGz Check out Chezie's official website. http…
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Engineer, TV host and STEM advocate Tamara Robertson (she/her) joined us in the WE23 Diverse Podcast Studio to discuss her efforts to instill hope in the next generation of tinkerers and engineers.Interviewed by FY24 SWE President Alexis McKittrick (she/her), Robertson shares the story of walking away from her corporate engineering job to focus on …
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Our guest this week, Shawn Smith, is a 20-year veteran in the financial services industry. In 2015 he founded and still is the chairman and CEO of Dedicated Financial GBC. As he will tell us, he founded the company on a new and innovative model that is designed to do a much better job of connecting with those who are in financial trouble. While man…
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Asher's musical journey began at the tender age of two, though he never anticipated it would become his full-time pursuit as an adult. Initially, while residing in NYC, he took up the violin as a means to supplement his income. However, over time, his musical endeavors blossomed into a full-fledged career, diverging from his academic background in …
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Krista Tippett and our friends at On Being welcomed Masters of Scale host Reid Hoffman for an inspiring conversation about all things philosophy, AI, and technology’s impact on the human condition. We loved the episode so we’re sharing it with our listeners too. Reid opens up about his progressive upbringing and the power of friendship throughout h…
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Ignite your curiosity with Diversity: Beyond the Checkbox, as Jackie Ferguson, author, business leader, and human rights advocate, presents a compelling recap of Season 9's most transformative moments. This episode celebrates the stories, wisdom, and insights shared by our remarkable guests, including thought leaders like Leslie Means, Shalita Gran…
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Ever wondered how many business cards you've handed out recently? For most, it's a fleeting exchange, a mere formality in the whirlwind of networking. But for Martine Bosch, founder of Ecofluent, each business card is a statement—an embodiment of sustainability, innovation, and the power of conscious consumption. In a world where disposable culture…
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Join us as we sit down with Jeffery Epting for a profound exploration of life's endless possibilities. This episode delves into the essence of personal growth, the beauty of polyamory, and the transformative experience of living abroad. Through Jeffery's eyes, we explore: The nuanced realities of navigating different cultures as a dark-skinned blac…
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Alvin Ailey was a trailblazing dancer, choreographer, storyteller, and activist who shaped the landscape of modern dance. He was a visionary choreographer who saw the beauty in Blackness and used the stage as his protest, pouring his heart and soul into his work. Read the full newsletter > We’d love to hear your reflections on today’s episode - ema…
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What pops into your head when you hear the word negotiation? What if we thought of compassion, empathy, and emotional intelligence? By the end of this episode (or master class if you will) you’ll have a completely new definition of the word negotiation thanks to Hannah Riley Bowles from the Harvard Kennedy School. At Metlife, we are committed to di…
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I had such a blast chopping it up with the extremely talented Katrina Lenzly. Not only is she an award-winning art director who has done incredible creative work for big brands such as HBO, the NBA, and The Coca-Cola Company, but she’s also a public speaker, and a neo-soul hip-hop artist known as King Cooley. (And I thought I did a lot!) We had an …
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📺 Full episode of the RPG DIE GEST livestream from episode #172 on 18 February 2024TIMESTAMPS0:00 Intro22:09 CoC Artifacts52:32 CoC Monsters1:38:56 CoC Adventures2:11:00 Mutant: Year Zero - Ad AstraSOCIAL MEDIA• Legion of Myth Discord: https://discord.gg/xkp9MAJGGa• Palladium Megaverse Fans: https://www.guilded.gg/r/zzlZ77qgyE?i=dOW6VN5d• You can f…
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In this thought-provoking episode, Juliette Mayers delves into the compelling theme of prioritizing yourself. Drawing from her extensive experience as an accomplished author, speaker, and DEI strategist, Juliette unpacks the importance of having a big dream and integrating self-care into the pursuit of that dream. Juliette shares insights from her …
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World-renowned author and essayist Jamaica Kincaid explores family dynamics, the lingering legacy of colonization, the hypocrisy of American capitalism, and bigotry both in the Caribbean and in the United States. She writes from the “status of the uprooted subject,” blending genres to craft “elusive” works composed in a “deceptively simple and unad…
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First Sunday in Lent; Sermon based on Psalms 138:1-8 and Acts 2:42-47. Preached at The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn (https://linktr.ee/firstchurchbrooklyn). Podcast subscription is available at https://cutt.ly/fpcb-sermons or Apple Podcasts (https://itun.es/us/nxpHeb.c), Google Podcasts, .... This item belongs to: audio/first-church-brookl…
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Psychological safety, defined simply, is the ability to say or do hard things without the fear of retaliation at work. In a competitive labor market, it is a must-have, not a nice-to-have. Julie breaks down new research showing: 42% of managers feel psychologically safe compared to 57% of executives 40% of leaders agreed that if they made a mistake…
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Halima Aden has achieved many historical firsts in her industry. Throughout her career, the activist, disruptor, role model, and actual model has pushed the conventions of what qualifies as fashion and outdated beauty standards. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black le…
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This portrait sculptor and educator was dedicated to forging a space for Black artists in a whites-only art world. Read the full newsletter > 28 Days of Black History is our free, month-long series where we celebrate stories of Black leaders and their impact on arts, culture and society. Look for "Black History Month" in titles of other episodes in…
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In this special minisode, Jennifer provides invaluable insights on how leaders can effectively direct their message through impactful storytelling. She also shares perspectives on why many hesitate to share their stories, often failing to recognize the wisdom they have to offer. Discover how to shape and structure a compelling leadership story, and…
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Amy C. Waninger welcomes Farah Harris, founder and CEO of WorkingWell Daily, to the Including You podcast this week to chat about emotional intelligence. Connect with Farah on LinkedIn. https://www.linkedin.com/in/farahharrislcpc/ Including You is brought to you by Lead at Any Level. Learn more about them on their website. http://bit.ly/2lPvOMM Lea…
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Morag Barrett was born and grew up in England where she had what she would say is a “normal childhood”. She climbed trees, rode her bike and did all those things kids do. After high school., she went into the workforce at a bank. Although she did advance in her jobs, she grew more interested in professional development and human resources issues. S…
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