Leading inclusively starts with a desire to better understand ourselves and others. Susan MacKenty Brady asks leaders what better understanding and leading inclusively means to them and why it is so critical.
A Conversation with Stuart Kliman
In this episode of the Better Understanding podcast, I'll introduce you to Stuart Kliman, a Partner at Building Industry Partners, which is a leading private equity investment firm. Stuart talks about inclusion as both an objectively good end and also as a necessary means to better business results. He believes industries will lose if they can't attract and retain a diverse workforce that can help them better serve an ever more diverse customer set.
Download episode transcript (https://media.blubrry.com/better_understanding/content.blubrry.com/better_understanding/StuKliman_Episode8_BetterUnderstanding.mp3)
A Conversation with Dawn Frazier-Bohnert
In this episode of the Better Understanding podcast, Liberty Mutual Executive Vice President of Global Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Dawn Frazier-Bohnert acknowledges that as adults we’re often rewarded for what we know versus our willingness to be open to learning. She shares that being open to learning and growing unlocks new ideas and possibilities.
A Conversation with Terri Cooper
In this episode of the Better Understanding Podcast, Deloitte’s Vice Chair of External DEI, and member of Deloitte’s Management Committee Terri Cooper asks listeners to take inventory of the people in our inner circles and to reflect on how we can embrace more diversity within our personal and professional inner circles.
A Conversation with Kim Cerda
In this episode of the Better Understanding Podcast, Chief Human Resources Officer and Organizational Change and Culture practice lead for Hudson-Lake Kim Cerda asks listeners to be willing to hold up the mirror. This, at the end of the day, is what it takes to lead inclusively.
A Conversation with Dr. Lynn Perry Wooten
In this episode of the Better Understanding Podcast, Simmons University President Lynn Perry Wooten shares how the power of stories and agility might just be the secret sauce to leading inclusively.
A Conversation with Greg Morley
In this episode of the Better Understanding Podcast, Moet Hennessy‘s Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion & Regional Director of Human Resources Asia Greg Morley suggests it’s ok to get it wrong – and – curious conversations are essential to developing a culture of inclusion.