8 episodes

Steps to Change is a learning and development podcast series that explores how we use our Steps to Change process: See It, Own It, Change It, Live It to inspire people to act differently. Each episode will look at a different learning and development focus area, providing insight into how we partner with clients globally to design and deliver impactful, engaging drama-based learning solutions that support personal development and organizational change.

Steps to Change: A Learning & Development Podcast Allen Liedkie

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Steps to Change is a learning and development podcast series that explores how we use our Steps to Change process: See It, Own It, Change It, Live It to inspire people to act differently. Each episode will look at a different learning and development focus area, providing insight into how we partner with clients globally to design and deliver impactful, engaging drama-based learning solutions that support personal development and organizational change.

    Episode 8: What does being an inclusive leader mean? And how can we all be inclusive leaders?

    Episode 8: What does being an inclusive leader mean? And how can we all be inclusive leaders?

    During this episode of Steps to Change we explore the topic of inclusive leadership. We’re sharing our insight and experience of designing and delivering content on the subject matter for organizations around the globe. And we also break down what it actually means to be an inclusive leader and explore ways to develop inclusive leadership capabilities personally and within your organization.   Joining us on this episode is Simon Thomson, a Client Relationship Director at Steps.


    Twitter - @StepsDrama
    LinkedIN - Steps Drama Learning Development
    Website - www.stepsdrama.com

    • 32 min
    Episode 7: What are microaggressions? And are they really micro?

    Episode 7: What are microaggressions? And are they really micro?

    During this episode of Steps to Change we explore microaggressions, their impact on individuals and organizational culture, and consider the fact that they might not actually be ‘micro’.  As always, we’ll use our Steps to Change process of See It, Own It, Change It, Live It to highlight what microaggressions look like in our behaviors and interactions and discuss why they’re important to address to support a truly inclusive culture.   Joining us on this episode is Naomi Grossett, a Project and Design Manager at Steps, who will provide insight into her experience of designing and delivering content in the subject matter.   

    Twitter - @StepsDrama
    LinkedIN - Steps Drama Learning Development
    Website - www.stepsdrama.com

    • 36 min
    Episode 6: How do we stay inclusive in a hybrid working setup?

    Episode 6: How do we stay inclusive in a hybrid working setup?

    During this episode of Steps to Change we explore the ever-evolving landscape of hybrid working setups, consider how organizations can maintain a culture of inclusion in a hybrid working model, and we share what we’ve learned partnering with our clients in this area.  As always, we’ll use our Steps to Change of See It, Own It, Change It, Live It to guide the discussion and provide suggestions for ways you and or organization can maintain inclusion in a hybrid world.  Joining us on this episode is Alexia Della Valle, a Client Relationship Director at Steps, who will provide insight into her experience of designing and delivering content in the subject matter.   

    Twitter - @StepsDrama
    LinkedIN - Steps Drama Learning Development
    Website - www.stepsdrama.com

    • 35 min
    Episode 5: What makes effective feedback conversations?

    Episode 5: What makes effective feedback conversations?

    During this episode of Steps to Change we explore what makes for effective feedback conversations?  We explore people’s mindsets towards feedback, why it’s important to develop the skill of giving and receiving feedback, respecting opinions, providing facts and how we use Steps to Change to design impactful learning programs for our clients.  Joining us on this episode is Sarah-Jane Georges, a Client Relationship Director at Steps.

    Twitter - @StepsDrama
    LinkedIN - Steps Drama Learning Development
    Website - www.stepsdrama.com

    • 33 min
    Episode 4: What makes an effective, global Anti-Harassment program?

    Episode 4: What makes an effective, global Anti-Harassment program?

    During this episode of Steps to Change we explore what makes for an effective and engaging Anti-Harassment program that meets the needs of global organizations.  We also consider what biases people might have about the subject matter and the different ways that harassing behaviors can manifest themselves in organizations, globally.  Joining us this episode is Jahnavi Kamath, a Director of Steps India. 

    Twitter - @StepsDrama
    LinkedIN - Steps Drama Learning Development
    Website - www.stepsdrama.com  

    • 30 min
    Episode 3: What is our bias towards unconscious bias?

    Episode 3: What is our bias towards unconscious bias?

    During this episode of Steps to Change we explore why we have biases about the concept of unconscious bias, consider its impact on learning and development design and what the future holds for unconscious bias in individual and organizational change.  Joining us this episode is Elisa Criado, a Client Relationship Director at Steps, based out of The Netherlands.

    Twitter - @StepsDrama
    LinkedIN - Steps Drama Learning Development
    Website - www.stepsdrama.com

    • 28 min

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