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The Inclusion Works podcast explores the secrets of building inclusive culture at work and in the community. We’ll be joined by leaders, experts and activists all working to bring fresh thinking to the inclusion debate. We’ll be asking those all-important questions to find out more about them, their work and how they make inclusion work. If you’re interested in driving change, accelerating diversity or simply finding ways to be more inclusive every day, then join us for Inclusion Works. Beca ...
 
Hosted by Dr. Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey, every week we inform and educate using applied research and thought leadership Get your pen and paper ready because this is one of the world’s most valuable resources to help you on your Inclusion journey. We provide book reviews, research breakdowns, explainers, opinion pieces, interviews and much more We’re on a mission to help a million people like you to make your workplace more inclusive To continue the conversation join us on Linkedin: The Element ...
 
#2 on "Diversity And Inclusion: 10 Podcasts Indian Bosses Should Be Listening To" & #3 on "Feedspot's Top 15 Diversity and Inclusion Podcasts for 2020" - What happens when a blind man, a woman of color, and a wannabe Latino get together to discuss how diversity, equity and inclusion can impact businesses? Join Mike Hess, Nina Baliga and UB Ciminieri every month as they embark through conversation on a journey to help businesses and their most important asset - people - Choose Inclusion. We'l ...
 
In our podcast, we explore topics at the intersection of equity, inclusion and community. We learn ways that communities are facing (or not) their realities of inequity and injustice. We will meet people who are changing their communities for the better and discover actions that we can each take to improve our own communities.
 
We help organizations develop customized diversity and inclusion initiatives that advance strategic objectives within the legal margins. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
Monthly podcasts about inclusion and diversity brought to you by Inclusive Employers. Join our hosts, broadcaster Stephanie Hirst and Inclusive Employers' Senior Consultant Steven Copsey, as they meet a wide variety of 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 about Incl ...
 
reWorked: The Diversity and Inclusion Podcast. Join the EW Group team as they speak to leaders in diversity and inclusion, discussing best practice and wellbeing tips. Learn how you can rework your company culture to make it more inclusive. Brought to you by diversity consultancy, EW Group - we have 29 years of expertise in unconscious bias training and inclusive leadership.
 
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 ...
 
Welcome! Join us on our mission to celebrate the contributions of Africans both on the continent and within the diaspora. Drop us a message about one of your favourite African creatives (from the continent or diaspora). We are more than happy to invite them in the show! For book lovers, you can support us by purchasing your books at: https://bookshop.org/shop/upendobooks We are a proud affiliate and will earn a small commission if you buy something at no cost to you!
 
Welcome to Changing Lenses! You’re invited to step into the lives of people on the front lines of discrimination, racism, and exclusion; to see the world through their eyes; and to hear their personal story of their fight for social justice. I’m your host, Rosie Yeung, a Chinese-Canadian, immigrant, cis-straight female with invisible disabilities, and I’m passionate about justice, equity, diversity and inclusion. Do you also want to see social change happen? Then please join me in Changing L ...
 
TIC TALKS is all about sport, inclusion and human rights. TIC (The Inclusion Club) interviews leading world practitioners in the field of sport and recreation, with a focus on the inclusion of people with disability in sport and active recreation programs. Learn about new programs, new ways of thinking and new approaches to inclusion issues. We also look at the similarities of inclusion across targeted populations, including Indigenous people, people from different cultural backgrounds and w ...
 
Flipping the script on who we include, who we don’t, and how we can do better - in everything from gender, race, mental health and disability, through to the inclusion of LGBTQI+ and Indigenous communities. You'll hear stories from fascinating people of all stripes, with reflection from experts and policy makers, who'll help you master The Art of Inclusion. Brought to you by Diversity Council Australia, or DCA.
 
Are you spiritual, but not religious? Or grounded in a traditional religion but are seeking something more? Or interested in exploring new approaches for integrating spirituality in business and other aspects of life ? If you answered "yes," to any of these questions, check out the podcast of the Sacred Inclusion Network. We interview experts, share our take on diversity and spirituality, and let you know what's going on with the Network. You can learn more about us by going to www.sacredinc ...
 
Sometimes, it's our differences that make us stronger together!Each week, we will discuss the hottest topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion! But be not fooled by the name, most of our subjects are far more complex than black and white. Our podcast is perfect for educators, administrators and emerging leaders in K12, Higher Education, Public and Private Sectors. Submit questions by Monday of each week on our site www.kinecteducationgroup.com and subscribe for early access to weekly recod ...
 
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This episode was previously released on The Will To Change. Note: Join Desiree for Whiteness at Work, beginning on June 15th, 2021, to explore ways organizations have successfully pushed back on the norms of white dominant culture in the last year. Register for the free training at http://whitenessatwork.com Desiree Adaway, DEI consultant, trainer,…
 
In celebration of Pride Month, Whitney Williams (L.A. – Century City) and Michael Hui (San Francisco) discuss their personal experiences growing up gay in the Black and Asian American communities, what their similar upbringings have taught them about being an attorney, and how the Littler Pride affinity group is an important part of their lives at …
 
“I will always be the Black girl first, before Miriam Njoku. I cannot achieve my way out of being seen with prejudice. That's how they view people like me.” In this episode, Miriam Njoku changes our lens to reveal the racism she experienced working and living in Canada and Switzerland. Does that surprise you? These two countries are probably not th…
 
In this week's episode, we speak to Franklin Reed, Executive Director of Inclusion and Diversity at TEKsystems. Franklin talks to us about inclusion in the tech industry and the barriers to attracting and hiring talent. He shares his advice on how we need to reimagine the hiring process to match the innovation and drive of the tech industry. Frankl…
 
There’s a celebrated narrative that claims that inclusion makes “so called” minority groups want to stay in an organisation. What if I told you that inclusion makes LGBT employees want to leave Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about research that suggests that “so called” inclusion at work makes LGBT employees want to leave This i…
 
This in-depth discussion focuses on the rise of the #StopAsianHate campaign and the United States Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, when President Biden signed the bipartisan Covid 19 hate crime legislation. Host Julia Streets is joined by Jeff Le, Vice President of Public Policy and External Affairs for Rhino from Washington D.C. and Nick Par…
 
Link to images and a full transcript of the interview. In this episode, I had the opportunity to talk with Davelyn Hill. Davelyn Athena Hill is the Executive Director for Speaking Down Barriers. SDB is an organization whose mission is Equity for all. SDB seeks to build community across all that seeks to divide us by ending oppression and valuing ev…
 
Jennifer Brown joins us to discuss her new book, "How to be an Inclusive Leader" and why white supremacy culture is still holding Corporate America back from achieving true diversity and inclusion. We cover: The ally continuum and the ally journey The risk of losing people along the journey in allyship from aware to active stages Why white supremac…
 
Inclusive Employers celebrates their 10th birthday in May 2021 at a time when inclusion has never had a greater profile in the media, in work, in our conversations and in our lives. Our host, Stephanie Hirst, is joined by Inclusive Employers’ Chair and founder Richard McKenna, Inclusive Employers MD Operations Claire Williams and inclusive Employer…
 
Born in Bradford and now living by the sea in the North East, Kate Fox is a poet, comic, radio journalist and wild swimmer. A regular guest on BBC R4, she is a doctor of comedy – it was the subject of her PhD – and identifies as neurodivergent. Kate and Rachael discuss what happens when some of these passions and talents intersect and explore what …
 
This episode was originally a Toolkit Conversation at the Better Man Conference, and features a conversation with Jennifer Brown, as well as Mita Mallick, Head of Inclusion, Equity and Impact at Carta and Tony DeGruy, Technical Systems Engineering Leader for Cisco’s Workforce Experience team. Moderating the event was Eduardo Placer, CEO of Fearless…
 
Kelly Cooper (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-cooper-6b742966/), Founder and CEO of Centre for Social Intelligence, joins the podcast to talk about her ongoing fight for gender diversity and equality, starting as the "token" female in a group of all men in the science and engineering world, to being on the Canadian delegation for UN meetings wher…
 
In this episode, we speak to René Carayol MBE, a leading executive coach, author, public speaker, and broadcaster. René shares the importance of storytelling in understanding the lived experiences of others, sharing some of the stories that helped shape his path. As well as sharing how DEI leaders should focus on emotive stories to influence and pe…
 
This episode, originally recorded as a DEI Community Call, features Susan Mason, Teresa Hodge and former NFL player Jordan Babineaux, the managing partners of the Bank on 100 Million Network as they discuss how corporations operationalize their DEI commitments to hiring FIT (formerly incarcerated talent). Discover the startling statistics about ove…
 
Have you ever been told you can’t do it, or you’re not good enough for something you really wanted? What if you got that message in your whole life starting from childhood? What if abuse or racism you’ve endured created trauma that affects your work or relationships? How do you heal wounds that you can’t see? Miriam Njoku knows the struggle all too…
 
This is Episode 200 of the show! Get your pen and paper ready because we’ve all got some decisions to make about the future even though not everyone wants to come along. Listen to the end of the show to hear how you can come along to our event to mark 4 years of the show and episode 200! In today’s show we discuss several things including: The impo…
 
Rosalind Wiseman, parenting educator and author, joins the program to discuss how to foster civil dialogue and inspire communities to build strength, courage and purpose. Discover how to create physical and emotional wellbeing by working in close partnership with the experts of various communities–including young people and business leaders.…
 
In this episode, we speak to Jiquanda Nelson, Senior Director of Global Community and Culture at Concentrix. Jiquanda describes herself as a ‘corporate activist’ and shares the ways she is being intentional about the change she makes, including expanding the language of DEI to represent everyone and building a development program focused on underre…
 
What do you think is the business case for equity, diversity and inclusion? In business, or even not for profit, should morality or humanitarian reasons play a role? Or should it strictly be about profit and shareholder value? I have some opinions on this, which I apply in my work as an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Strategist. But as a podcaster…
 
On May 23rd the Element of Inclusion podcast was 4 years old Next week is episode 200! This week is about recognising how far we’ve come together even when it’s not easy Get your pen and paper ready because it’s our birthday and this time of year means that we give even more than normal In today’s show we discuss several things including: Why I con…
 
In continued celebration of AAPI Heritage Month, Eddie Chyun (Cleveland), Lavanga Wijekoon (Chicago) and Aki Tanaka (Boston) share their stories of moving to the U.S., assimilating and adding to the American culture, and how their worldview, experiences, and background prepared them to practice law.저자 Littler
 
From the Best of The Will To Change: Dr. Maysa Akbar, groundbreaking psychologist, author, and Assistant Clinical Professor at Yale University, joins the program to share her own diversity story, including overcoming childhood trauma. Discover a new identity model of allyship, and how to engage well-intentioned, but misguided allies.…
 
This episode, originally recorded as a DEI call, features an interview with Joze Piranian, Global TEDx Speaker and a lifelong stutterer turned transformational speaker on inclusion and resilience. Joze also shared information about stuttering, and revealed what he has learned from his own journey.
 
John Mays, Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at KFC US, shares with us KFC’s leadership values of smart, courage and his take on why the best inclusive leaders are coaches and truth-tellers. John explains that we need to move away from ‘what not to say’ in DEI to authentic, heart-led conversations, and how to create the safety that makes …
 
This in-depth discussion focuses on the India Work Equality Index, India’s first comprehensive benchmarking tool for employers to measure their progress on lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) inclusion in the workplace. Host Julia Streets is joined by Ram Sinha, Co-Founder of Pride Circle, India and Vicky Hayden, Head of Global Partnerships at Stonew…
 
Ali Ahmed is a professional designated accountant who worked for one of the Big Four international accounting firms before immigrating from Pakistan to Canada. But despite having that professional experience, he couldn't get an accounting job in Canada until he got some "Canadian experience" under his belt. As a former recruiter myself, I can verif…
 
Using a proxy can be useful But some of us are misusing them when it comes inclusion Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about the Proxy Problem of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion In today’s show we discuss several things including: Everyday examples of a proxy you should know Why you should be paying attention to how people use a Pr…
 
In support of AAPI Heritage Month, this podcast features Danielle Herring (Houston), Emilie Hammerstein (Pittsburgh) and Alan Sims (Downtown Los Angeles) as they explore their biracial identity and how that shapes the way they practice law.저자 Littler
 
New York Times bestselling author Charlene Li joins the program to discuss what we can learn from disruption and the connection between disruption and DEI work. Discover the characteristics of a disruptive leader and the one thing that leaders can do to help make their organizations more disruptive.
 
In this episode we speak to Minaa B., a therapist, wellbeing coach and mental health thought leader, as part of our Mental Health Awareness Week series. Minaa speaks about the relationship between inclusion and mental health, advice for leaders to support BIPOC mental health at work, and the trends she’s seeing in mental health as we tentatively em…
 
Link to images and a full transcript of the interview. In this episode, I was so happy to have the opportunity to interview Dr. Feliccia Smith and Ellen Stevenson. Feliccia Smith is a Professor of Business at North Greenville University. Her area of emphasis is Leadership and Organizational Change. She is passionate about battling inequality and in…
 
In this episode of Inclusion Works we discuss topics that may be triggering or distressing for some listeners, specifically suicide and self-harm. It’s Mental Health Awareness Week here in the UK, and at Hive Learning we’ve been working on a really exciting new project in the mental health space. We’ve worked with our friends at Shout 85258, the UK…
 
Visiting again with Julie Kratz to talk about her book, Little Allies: A Children's Story about Inclusion, Diversity, and Becoming an Ally, an illustrated children’s story that inspires kids to be their best with everyone, especially for those who may need an ally from time to time. We talk about the creation of the book, and what it means to write…
 
It’s said that you have to speculate to accumulate But what if this Inclusion stuff is just a huge gamble? Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about 5 Reasons Why Diversity & Inclusion Is Like Investing In the Stock Market In today’s show we discuss several things including: How dollar cost averaging relates to Inclusion How to avoid…
 
Watershed events in recent years like the resurgence of Black Lives Matter and #MeToo have galvanized organizations to step up their commitments in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion space to gauge the “cultural temperature.” The persisting pandemic has raised the stakes. Accordingly, many companies seeking a roadmap for these efforts increasingly…
 
Welcome to the Changing Lenses podcast, where we learn about discrimination, racism, and exclusion from the people on the front lines. We see the world through their eyes, and we hear their personal story of their fight for social justice. I’m your host, Rosie Yeung, a Chinese-Canadian, immigrant, cis-straight female, with invisible disabilities. I…
 
Rana Reeves, Executive Creative Director and Founder of communications agency RanaVerse, returns to the program to discuss the work that he is doing to connect brands with popular and contemporary culture for commerce, utilizing the lens of diversity and equity to tell stories and highlight experiences to the mainstream.…
 
In this episode, we do a deep dive into the benefits of sponsorship with sponsor/sponsee pair Jonathan Atwood, former Head of Communications, Global Supply Chain at Unilever and Mita Mallick, Head of Inclusion, Equity and Impact at Carta (formerly Head of Diversity and Inclusion and Cross-Cultural Marketing at Unilever). They candidly share the sto…
 
What gets measured gets managed But what if this creates Diversity that Destroys Inclusion? Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about when corporate diversity targets destroy inclusion In today’s show we discuss several things including: A common Inclusion destroying Diversity approach Why perverse incentives should be avoided Why yo…
 
Mark Jones (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mark-jones-baa3a627/) is the Manager, Accessibility & Services for Guests with Disabilities at the happiest place on Earth, Disney. We talk about Mark's journey as an able-bodied person working everyday to bring the same experiences to those with disabilities in a place where everyone just wants to be happy a…
 
A properly structured and implemented Affinity Group (AKA Employee Resource Group) is a powerful tool in an employer’s Diversity Equity & Inclusion tool belt. But, unwary employers may risk violating the National Labor Relations Act if they bargain with an Affinity Group. In this month’s podcast, Alyesha Asghar Dotson discusses the do’s and don’ts …
 
In this episode we speak to UBS Global Wealth Management’s Chief Economist, Paul Donovan, about the real cost of prejudice, and why businesses acutely need to be both diverse and inclusive to survive The Fourth Industrial Revolution. Paul speaks about the cost of covering at work, and the subtler tendency for LGBTQ+ individuals to self-censor. And …
 
1 in 4 of us will be diagnosed with a mental illness during our lifetime and many more will have undiagnosed mental health problems. Unsurprisingly, mental health issues are having a greater impact on people’s ability to work than ever before. This month Steven Copsey and guests talk about their own mental health struggles and how that has impacted…
 
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