23 episodes

Welcome to the Inclusionomics® Podcast, a place for fresh, real talk about our lived experiences with the challenges of being seen, heard, and included.

Hosted by diversity and inclusion strategist Stacey Gordon, and leadership and storytelling coach Lisa Gates, Inclusionomics® dives into hot button issues with an eye for powering up people on the edge: of action, of complicity, of giving up. We offer you validation, resources and fuel to fiercely advocate for inclusion at work, school, and in your community.

Inclusionomics® Stacey Gordon & Lisa Gates

    • Business
    • 5.0, 10 Ratings

Welcome to the Inclusionomics® Podcast, a place for fresh, real talk about our lived experiences with the challenges of being seen, heard, and included.

Hosted by diversity and inclusion strategist Stacey Gordon, and leadership and storytelling coach Lisa Gates, Inclusionomics® dives into hot button issues with an eye for powering up people on the edge: of action, of complicity, of giving up. We offer you validation, resources and fuel to fiercely advocate for inclusion at work, school, and in your community.

    Unapologetically Naive

    Unapologetically Naive

    Becky and Karen are in the news a lot these days, but you might be wondering, who are they? Am I a Becky or am I a Karen? And why does it matter? Can’t I just be me with my opinions, stands, commitments, and beliefs?

    Good questions. Here’s the deal. We’ve all had moments of frustration when we wished someone could just see or do things OUR WAY and life would be oh so much better if everyone would just fall in line. But Beckys and Karens occupy only the white spectrum on the color wheel of life. Is there a third way?

    In this episode, you’ll learn how to open yourself to new points of view and why you need awareness and feedback for your personal growth. You’ll also learn the difference between a Becky and a Karen (it matters).

    • 44 min
    Unapologetically Good Stuff

    Unapologetically Good Stuff

    Daily news intake can make you feel like you’re drowning in a sea of negativity. Although it can be hard to look at what’s going on in the world with a “glass half full” mindset, there's always GOOD happening. All over the globe, people are rising to the occasion and stepping up to uplift one another. Listen to this episode to get an infusion of selfless, good news that will leave your heart feeling full.

    • 42 min
    Unapologetically Idle

    Unapologetically Idle

    Social pressure keeps so many of us busy, but now it’s more important than ever to take time to do NOTHING. Whether you’re quarantined alone or with others, carving out time to do nothing will make you more healthy, connected, creative, and well-rested. In this episode, you will discover why being idle is so important, how to intentionally do nothing, and fun, unapologetically idle activities.

    • 39 min
    Unapologetic Career Change

    Unapologetic Career Change

    As we continue to navigate the coronavirus and its havoc on employment, changing careers isn't a priority for most. But now might not be as bad a time as it seems! Often, adversity can present new opportunities to gain clarity on our lives and careers. Is right now the time to examine if you truly feel fulfilled in your career? In this episode, you'll discover how to figure out exactly what it is you want to do, and how to set yourself up for a successful career transition during COVID-19 and beyond.

    • 40 min
    Unapologetic Self Care

    Unapologetic Self Care

    With daily news updates on COVID-19 and more people staying indoors to practice social distancing, self-care is more important than ever. Whether you’re enjoying the time at home or feeling anxious, incorporating self-care will set you up for a healthy and less stressed time indoors. In this episode, you’ll learn how to define self-care for yourself, get some pandemic coping techniques, and discover fun, out-of-the-box self-care tips for this challenging time.

    • 39 min
    Unapologetically Opinionated

    Unapologetically Opinionated

    We’re getting into the brain science behind our beliefs and opinions, and why they’re so hard to change. Most of us are unapologetically opinionated, yet beliefs and opinions are fallible! In this episode, you’ll discover what happens when our beliefs and opinions are threatened, why it feels uncomfortable, and how we can be better communicators and leaders who actively include diverse viewpoints.

    • 34 min

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I've never heard a show quite like this one! These are real, in-the-moment conversations between three impressive women about important and tricky topics like parenting, hiring inclusion, saying no, and the policitcs of hair in the workplace. I get so many thoughtful nuggets from each episode, including specific ways to deal with workplace issues or ask for a raise. The hosts are warm, open, and empathetic. I feel like they're in my living room and we're having a conversation :-)

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