A weekly podcast delivering diverse insights and perspectives from global leaders in business, executive education and diversity & inclusion. Hosted by award-winning content creator, author, speaker, certified diversity executive and cofounder of The Diversity Movement, Jackie Ferguson.
The science behind why teams fail, with Kimberly Wiefling
A former member of the U.S. Air Force, Kimberly Wiefling knows what it takes to build a strong team—and the signs of a weak one—and that's why she started her consulting business, Wiefling Consulting. In her decades of consulting in Silicon Valley, she's gathered data and observations from teams she's transformed to perfect her recipe for success of human skills in a technical world.
Seek, speak, listen: Boeing’s global culture shift, with Sara Bowen
Sara Bowen is the VP of Global Diversity and Inclusion at Boeing, a multinational aerospace company founded more than 100 years ago. How do you lead diversity, equity and inclusion at an award-winning level for more than 140,000 people worldwide?
Equity, Negotiation, and Give-Back with the real Jerry Maguire, Leigh Steinberg
Leigh Steinberg is a sports legend, representing a dozen NFL Hall of Famers and iconic figures in every sport, including Olympic champions. Famously a role model for Tom Cruise's character in Jerry Maguire, Steinberg is on a mission to bring diversity, equity, and inclusion to the forefront in the sports industry.
Compilation: The Best of Season 6
Season seven will begin on Sept. 20, but, before we get started, we wanted to share some highlights from season six of Diversity: Beyond the Checkbox with you!
The Word Choice Workshop: Inclusive Language Tips for Everyday Business
Inclusive language skills help you communicate more effectively and build relationships where people feel safe, respected and seen personally and professionally, but, sometimes, it can be difficult to know the right thing to say.
The neutrality trap in our society, with Jackie Font-Guzmán and Bernie Mayer
Sometimes it's not OK to be just neutral. In fact, it can be very dangerous when talking about effecting change and establishing social justice for everyone. In this episode, hear why the problem led these Eastern Mennonite University professors, Jackie Font-Guzmán and Bernie Mayer, to co-authored "The Neutrality Trap: Disrupting and Connecting for Social Change."
Jus listened to Jackie’s discussion with Bradley Schumann. Outstanding. Great perspectives about leading in a very diverse workforce. Thanks.
Highly Applicable Business Insights
If you aspire to be a more inclusive leader and have a more inclusive workplace, this podcast will provide you with a variety of applicable business insights that you can put action behind.
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