The We Thrive Forward Podcast is a series of conversations with business leaders and experts to provide leaders and HR strategies & insights to navigate through these challenging times.
We Thrive Forward – E5 – When Everything Collides
In this conversation with Louise Taylor Green, Louise gives sage guidance related to the complexities that organizations and HR are facing when, not only dealing with returning employees to work as the economy opens up, but also with the overlay of the emotionally-charged environment climate that has erupted related to racial injustice and violence.
We Thrive Forward – E4 – Weathering the Storm
During this episode, we tackle what it takes to keep going, when the going is tough, and who better to hear from on this front than Christine Magee – a proven business leader who was the founder, president and face of Sleep Country Canada for two decades, and who now sits as the Co-Chair of the Board of Directors for the Company.
We Thrive Forward – E3 – When Work from Home is Unsafe
In this conversation with Samra Zafar, she shares how she converted her tragic story of abuse to becoming an award-winning international speaker, bestselling author, consultant, educator, and social entrepreneur who advocates for equity, inclusion, and human rights.
We Thrive Forward – E2 – Rushing Change
In this episode, we talk to a dynamic and inspiring leader – Orlando Bowen. Orlando’s story of personal crisis and resilience is compelling – and timely. He was the subject of a racially-motivated incident that ended his professional football career. He transformed this experience into a determination to uplift and empower others through keynotes, workshops, community service work and his charity – One Voice One Team.
We Thrive Forward – E1 – Premiere Episode
In this episode, Laura Williams discusses a framework of 5 key considerations - intentionality, vulnerability, authenticity, transparency and accessibility – to guide discussion and steer leaders on not only how but why they need to thoughtfully and genuinely address Anti-Black Racism, discrimination, injustice and equity in their organizations, communities and industries – to the extent of their influence.