Created with Sketch.
48 minutes | 7 hours ago
Building Community with IDEAS: A Conversation with Dan Egol of Inclusion NextWork
Today Maria interviews Dan Egol, co-founder and Executive Director of the Inclusion NextWork, a global network of emerging leaders passionate about innovating the ways we build relationships, organizations, and communities so that everyone can thrive. This episode explores the importance of fostering Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Social Justice (IDEAS) to drive true systemic change. https://www.inclusionnextwork.org/about
40 minutes | 15 days ago
Consciously Unbiased: An Interview with Ashish Kaushal
Ashish Kaushal is the owner of Hire Talent, a recruiting firm specializing in diversity. Ashish is also the founder of Consciously Unbiased, an organization dedicated to disrupting traditional diversity training to focus on true culture change. Ashish’s mission is to “connect the hearts and minds of people across organizations and industries to spark behavior change and drive inclusion.” In today’s podcast, we talk about how to raise the unconscious behaviors to the conscious level, develop strategic goals for diversity, equity, and inclusion, and leverage technology to correct everyday behaviors. Find out more at https://www.consciouslyunbiased.com.
39 minutes | a month ago
Celebrating Arab American Heritage
Arab Americans come from over twenty different countries and cultures, and have long been a part of the fabric of our country. Reposting an interview with Luby Ismail of Connecting Cultures, who has long been an advocate and educator on Arab and Muslim identity.
13 minutes | a month ago
Pay Equality Day 2021
This date symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year. Yesterday, I had the honor of serving on a panel with an incredible group of women. Tina Tchen, President and CEO of Time’s Up, Fatima Goss Graves, President & CEO of the National Women’s Law Center, Eve Rodsky, author of Fair Play, and Mandy Bynum Mclaughlin, CEO of the Race Equality Project. https://www.linkedin.com/company/consciouslyunbiased/videos/
48 minutes | 2 months ago
Tech Can Do Better: Addressing Disparities in Tech with Moses and Lawrence
Moses Harris and Lawrence Humphrey are the co-founders of Tech Can [Do] Better, an organization was founded by Black tech employees to make the industry work better for people of color and marginalized groups. They are on a mission to drive equitable, measurable, and enforceable policies within the tech industry to elevate Black and Brown employees and communities.
38 minutes | 2 months ago
Work with Gen Z: Creating an Inclusive Workplace for the Next Generation
My guest, Pranam Lipinski, co-founded Door of Clubs, an online platform that connects employers to diverse college student organizations. He has surveyed 15,000+ Gen Z’ers about the future of work, and held hundreds of focus groups with college student organizations. Pranam is passionate about bridging the understanding gap between Gen Z and other generations to create more empathy and effectiveness in the workplace.
38 minutes | 3 months ago
Exploring the Nuances of Immigrant Identity: An Interview with Margarita Rozenfeld
Is it possible to be a refugee and still have privilege? How do we make space for the multiple layers of our complex stories? Margarita Rozenfeld is the President of Incite International, a consulting and coaching firm that helps organizations become more effective by aligning their vision, culture and people. She shares how her personal experience as an immigrant from the former Soviet Union has led her on a journey of self-discovery to define her unique identity and come to terms with white privilege. http://www.inciteinternational.com
44 minutes | 3 months ago
Inclusive Conversations with Mary-Frances Winters
From the Archives: Reflecting back on where we were a year ago, I re-listened to this episode from January 2020 with Mary-Frances Winters of the Winters Group about inclusive conversations, Black fatigue, and ways to really engage in the work of allyship. Inclusive Conversations: Fostering Equity, Empathy, and Belonging Across Differences
43 minutes | 4 months ago
Exploring Inclusion and Equity for People with Disabilities and Long Term Care Needs: A Conversation with Holly Carmichael and Michael Murray of GT Independence
In today’s podcast, I had the opportunity to interview two incredible leaders and advocates for disability rights and inclusion – Holly Carmichael and Michael Murry of GT Independence.
36 minutes | 5 months ago
Using Theatre to Foster Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
On today’s show I have Kimberly Dailey, the CEO of Dailey Innovations. Kimberly is an organizational development specialist with over 20 years of experience partnering with clients to bring clarity, focus, and alignment to their diverse teams. Kimberly’s approach combines the arts, organizational behavior and psychology, and neuroscience. Her work with organizations brings together not just a collective emotionally powerful experience, but also provides an opportunity to conduct grounded research and strategic planning. Kimberly is the author of the upcoming book, Purposeful Creativity Methods: Building Insight and Connection in Business and Communities. http://daileyinnovationsinc.com/
13 minutes | 6 months ago
The Other Side: How do we begin to heal?
Post- election we are hearing both messages of waging battle and messages of unity and healing. What will it take for us to let go of seeing anyone who disagrees with us ideologically as "the other side" with whom we are at war? It's time to rebuild as a nation but are we ready and how do we start?
43 minutes | 6 months ago
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and the US Census: An Interview with Melissa Bird, Executive Director at the DC Census 2020
Do you know how much the U.S. Census touches all of our lives? The abrupt closing of the Census 2020 puts vulnerable populations in jeopardy for years to come. My guest this week is Melissa Bird, the executive director of the DC Census 2020.
58 minutes | 7 months ago
Subtle Acts of Exclusion: Dr. Michael Baran Talks About How Micro Messages Can Have a Macro Impact
In today’s episode I interviewed Dr. Michael Baran, who is the co-author of the book, Subtle Acts of Exclusion. Michael is a Senior Partner and Digital Solutions Lead at inQUEST Consulting, He brings innovation and deep understanding to wide audiences, helping them think, lead, and interact inclusively. In addition to his consulting, Michael has taught at Harvard University and worked as a Principal Researcher at the American Institutes for Research. Check out our conversation in iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, and iHeartRadio!
38 minutes | 7 months ago
Ruth Littlejohn: Affinity Groups for African American and White Women to Talk About Race
Ruth Littlejohn is an organizational development consultant, executive coach and change management facilitator, as well as a spiritual leader. Her most recent work involves facilitating affinity groups for African American and White women to have a safe space to engage in critical conversations about race with people of the same identity group.
39 minutes | 8 months ago
Connecting Cultures: Luby Ismail
Lobna “Luby” Ismail, founder and president of Connecting Cultures, is a facilitator and storyteller who has trained thousands of law enforcement officials and federal agencies on Arab culture and Muslim identity. In addition to her work in building cultural competence around Islam, Luby is also an advocate for disability rights. You can find her at www.connecting-cultures.net and at www.linked.com/in/lubyismail.
5 minutes | 8 months ago
Season 2 is Here: Deepening the Dialogue on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Culture Stew is back for another season and we have some incredible guests lined up. This season we will focus on a range of hot topics related to diversity, equity, and inclusion, including bias in the news, micro-aggressions, disability bias, and antiracism. Join the conversation!
55 minutes | 10 months ago
Repeat Interview with Tod Ewing
Culture Stew is on a brief hiatus! As we prepare to bring you fresh content with amazing guests, please enjoy this episode from our archives with Tod Ewing, author of Seeing Heaven in the Face of Black Men. Tod was one of our first guests and his words carry special meaning for us right now as we search to build community across racial differences
42 minutes | 10 months ago
The Humanizing Initiative: Building Leadership Skills for the Workplace of the Future
Dr. Shaista Khiliji is a professor at George Washington University and the the Director of the OLL program. Along with her colleagues Jason Smith, Mia Amato Caliendo, and Zoe King, she is founding the Humanizing Initiative, which serves to develop more humanistic and inclusive leaders that foster organizational cultures that promote human dignity and well-being. You can find out more by contacting Dr. Khiliji at email@example.com or check out the website: humanizinginitiative.com
34 minutes | a year ago
Humanistic Leadership: Prioritizing Human Dignity and Well Being for Better Business Results
Dr. Shaista Khiliji is a professor of Human and Organizational Learning and International Affairs at George Washington University. Her research focuses on issues related to Macro Talent Development, Diversity & Inclusion, humanizing organizations/ leadership, and individual experiences with inequality.
11 minutes | a year ago
Holding the Long Note
What do we do in this moment of heaviness, when the rage and pain and heartache has hit such a fever pitch in our society? Musical groups practice staggered breathing, where they rotate breathing among themselves to create one strong, continuous melody. If we believe we're all in this together, and we want to address racial injustice in our society, it's time for white people to pick up the note so folks of color can take a breath.
Terms of Service
Do Not Sell My Personal Information
© Stitcher 2021