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We capture insights from diverse leaders in health care, public health, and academic settings so that our organizations are in a stronger position to grow, innovate, and meet the challenges of our day. Visit https://www.differentkindofleader.com to learn more.

A Different Kind of Leader Giselle Corbie

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    • 5.0 • 44 Ratings

We capture insights from diverse leaders in health care, public health, and academic settings so that our organizations are in a stronger position to grow, innovate, and meet the challenges of our day. Visit https://www.differentkindofleader.com to learn more.

    Leadership Toolbox with Vivette Jeffries-Logan

    Leadership Toolbox with Vivette Jeffries-Logan

    ABOUT
    This season's toolbox episode features Vivette Jeffries-Logan, one of the founding partners of Biwa Consulting and Emergent Equity. Biwa focuses on leadership, organizational, and equity development working with nonprofits, foundations, community organizations as well coaching thought partnership with individual leaders. In this episode, our guest discusses frameworks used by Biwa including personal/self inventory, worldview, the fallacy of objectivity, and guiding principles of relationship, responsibility, reciprocity, and redistribution.

    Vivette Jeffries-Logan is a citizen of the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation (OBSN). She is a mother, Certified Executive Chef, mentor, teacher, leader, and advocate.

    TIMESTAMPS: Intro (00:00) | Tell us about yourself (00:56) | About clients (02:49) | Personal inventory (05:13) | Worldview (09:54) | Four elements: counter narrative to power and profit (11:51) | Objectivity (18:26) | Indigenous leadership perspective (21:52) | Other examples of supporting leaders (27:33)

    RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS TOOLBOX EPISODE
    Theory of Change: https://www.biwa-emergentequity.com/theory-of-changeGuiding Principles: https://www.biwa-emergentequity.com/guiding-principlesForbes article mentioned by Giselle Corbie: https://www.forbes.com/sites/danabrownlee/2022/10/21/black-women-leaders-are-more-ambitious-but-less-supported-at-work-mckinsey-and-lean-in-study-finds/?sh=644799776e48CONTACT
    Vivette Jeffries-Logan: vivette@biwa-emergentequity.com Biwa Consulting and Emergent Equity and their services: https://www.biwa-emergentequity.com/This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.
    Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.

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    • 31 min
    "Just be yourself." - Interviewing Dr. Marshall Chin

    "Just be yourself." - Interviewing Dr. Marshall Chin

    Marshall Chin, MD, MPH is the Richard Parrillo Family Distinguished Service Professor of Healthcare Ethics at the University of Chicago. Marshall is a practicing general internist and health services researcher who has  dedicated his entire career to advancing health equity through interventions at multiple levels: individual, organizational, community and policy levels.

    Follow Dr. Marshall Chin on Twitter: @MarshallChinMD

    TIMESTAMPS: Intro (00:24) | Quote (01:47) | Career Journey (03:24) | Health Equity Work (04:29) | Work discrimination and bias (07:08) | Current times and opportunities (10:52) | Personal costs (14:09) | Key challenges leaders are facing now (18:23) | Deciding on opportunities (20:35) | Personal challenges and crises (23:33) | Self Care (27:46) |  Book recommendations (32:09) | Current reads and listens (35:05) | Good vs. Great Leaders (36:57) | Advice to younger self (38:35)

    This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.
    Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.

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    • 43 min
    "For if you keep silent at this time..." - Interviewing Dr. Sherita Golden

    "For if you keep silent at this time..." - Interviewing Dr. Sherita Golden

    Sherita Golden, MD, MHS is the Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She is also a Professor of Medicine. Dr. Golden's research has used the tools of epidemiology and health services research to identify biologic and system contributors to disparities in type two diabetes and its outcomes.

    Follow Dr. Sherita Golden on Twitter: @GoldenSherita

    This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.
    Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.

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    • 43 min
    "Whatever your life's work is, do it well." - Interviewing Dr. Keith Churchwell

    "Whatever your life's work is, do it well." - Interviewing Dr. Keith Churchwell

    Season 5's kick off episode features Keith Churchwell, MD, President of Yale New Haven Hospital and Executive Vice President of Yale New Haven Health System. He is also an associate clinical professor of medicine at the Yale School of Medicine.

    Follow Dr. Keith Churchwell on Twitter: @KChurchwellMD

    This episode is hosted by Giselle Corbie and produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams. Music is by Mixaud and Chillout Lounge.
    Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.

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    • 42 min
    Coming Soon: Season 5 of A Different Kind of Leader

    Coming Soon: Season 5 of A Different Kind of Leader

    Check out Season 5 of A Different Kind of Leader Tuesday, November 22, 2022. This new season features new eight guest leaders and another set of skills for your leadership toolbox.

    This season is hosted by Giselle Corbie and is produced by Rachel Quinto. Promoted by Shelby McLamb and engineered by Sam Williams.

    Check out other episodes and other tools and resources at DKL Podcast website: https://www.differentkindofleader.com
    Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.

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    • 1 min
    "Fight for the things you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you"- Interviewing Dr. Jasjit Ahluwalia

    "Fight for the things you care about, but do it in a way that will lead others to join you"- Interviewing Dr. Jasjit Ahluwalia

    Dr. Jasjit Ahluwalia is a physician and public health scientist at Brown University’s Schools of Public Health and Medicine. He has been in academic medicine since 1992 and has been a practicing physician, faculty member, department chair, Associate Dean and Center Director in medical schools, and a School of Public Health Dean. His primary research areas are health disparities and smoking cessation and nicotine addiction in African-American smokers. He has been continuously funded by NIH for 25 years,having been the principal investigator or co-investigator of more than $100 million in grants and has published 350 manuscripts. Ahluwalia has served on the U.S. government’s National Advisory Council on Minority Health and Health Disparities, on the Board of Directors of five national scientific organizations, and is currently appointed to the federal government’s Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health chaired by the US Surgeon General. 
    Check out all the episodes of A Different Kind of Leader and tools and resources for your leadership toolkit at https://www.differentkindofleader.com.

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    • 52 min

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