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This live broadcast show is sparked by the conversations people had with Vivian Acquah, that they are missing the human factor in the workplace. As a inclusive workplace wellness advocate, Vivian supports managers with creating thriving workplaces and amplifying diversity, equity, and inclusion.

Let's Humanize The Workplace‪!‬ Viva la Vive

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

This live broadcast show is sparked by the conversations people had with Vivian Acquah, that they are missing the human factor in the workplace. As a inclusive workplace wellness advocate, Vivian supports managers with creating thriving workplaces and amplifying diversity, equity, and inclusion.

    Leadership Embracing Tech @ Work

    Leadership Embracing Tech @ Work

    In this day and age, technology plays an increasingly important role in the success of a business. As the world evolves, so do the tools used to run businesses - from staying connected with employees virtually to streamlining processes.

    Learning how to integrate tech into your leadership style can provide significant benefits for everyone involved: you as a leader, your team, and the company overall. During this episode of Let's Humanize The Workplace with Robert Baker, Tania Tasheva, and myself.

    Together, we'll talk about why it's essential for leaders at all levels of management and professionals to use technology every day and why it pays off in the long run.

    Host Vivian Acquah
    As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate/ DEI Coach/ Consultant, Vivian Acquah advises managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable manner.

    Vivian Acquah is making topics related to workplace wellness & DEI accessible to everyone. She provides people with the right tools at the right time to embrace inclusive changes. Vivian motivates people to think consciously and inspires them to take action.


    Robert Baker is the founder of Potentia Talent Consulting Limited. He helps organizations improve performance by coaching their sr leaders in building inclusive cultures and realizing the potential of a fully diverse talent pool.

    Tania Tasheva is the founder of Change Angle Consulting. As a change manager/ chief inspiration officer, she helps companies and individuals reach their next maturity level by guiding them through their change process.

    #leadership #inclusion #tech #diversity #professionaldevelopment #changemanagement
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    • 50 min
    How Mentorship & Sponsorship Can Help Leaders Build Their Skills

    How Mentorship & Sponsorship Can Help Leaders Build Their Skills

    In recent years, organizations have recognized the importance of creating diverse, inclusive workplaces. But creating an environment that is welcoming for all employees can be challenging for leaders and managers.

    One way to tackle this challenge is by implementing a mentorship and/or sponsorship program within your organization.

    Not only does it give members of underrepresented communities a chance to gain access to opportunities they may not otherwise get, but it teaches essential inclusion skills to leaders, such as communication and collaboration across cultures.

    During this Let's Humanize The Workplace episode Robin Daniels and myself will explore how mentorship & sponsorship can help you build your inclusive skills as a leader or manager.

    Host Vivian Acquah
    As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate/ DEI Coach/ Consultant, Vivian Acquah advises managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable manner.

    Co - Host Robin Daniels has spent more than 20 years in leadership roles at Salesforce, WeWork, LinkedIn, Box, and Matterport. Robin has done 2.5 IPOs. He is now a leadership advisor to fast-growth companies around the world.

    #Leadership #Mentorship #Diversity #ProfessionalDevelopment #GetHiredLive
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    • 46 min
    Reflecting On Diversity, Equity & Inclusion 2022

    Reflecting On Diversity, Equity & Inclusion 2022

    Reflecting On Diversity, Equity & Inclusion 2022

    As we approach the end of the year, it’s important for leaders, managers, and employees to take a step back and reflect on diversity, equity & inclusion in the workplace.

    It’s a great time to look at what has worked in 2022 and learn from any lessons that were made along the way.

    What have organizations done well?
    What have (self) leaders done well?
    Where can they improve?

    In this episode of Let’s Humanize The workplace, the guest speakers: Karen Miller, Jonny Camara, and I will talk about the valuable DEI lessons we learned in 2022.

    Host Vivian Acquah
    As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate/ DEI Coach/ Consultant, Vivian Acquah advises managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable manner.

    Vivian Acquah is making topics related to workplace wellness & DEI accessible to everyone. She provides people with the right tools at the right time to embrace inclusive changes. Vivian motivates people to think consciously and inspires them to take action.

    Karen Miller is a DEI Consultant who believes that embracing diversity & inclusion to create true equal opportunities for each one of us is the only way to grow as a person and, thus, as a company.

    Jonny Camara is a coach who empowers leaders to embody their authentic style and create the conditions for individual and team effectiveness.

    #diversity #reflection #leadership #inclusion #hr
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    • 59 min
    Amplifying People, Planet, Profit

    Amplifying People, Planet, Profit

    Most CEOs now believe that sustainable practices are necessary for a company's success, but shifting to more environmentally friendly and socially responsible can be difficult. It requires changes in mindset, operations, and culture.

    Many organizations start with small steps toward sustainability, such as reducing energy consumption or waste production. But what if there was an easier way to make an impact? What if you could amplify your People, Planet, Profit (3P) initiatives by integrating them into your organization's products and services?

    In this episode of Let’s Humanize The workplace, the guest speakers: Taylor Martin, Keshawn Hughes, Harry Kwakye Davies, and I will dive into the importance of amplifying people, planet, and profit. Plus, how can organizations, leaders, and employees benefit from it?

    Vivian Acquah
    As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate/ DEI Coach/ Consultant, Vivian Acquah advises managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable manner.

    Vivian Acquah is making topics related to workplace wellness & DEI accessible to everyone. She provides people with the right tools at the right time to embrace inclusive changes. Vivian motivates people to think consciously and inspires them to take action.

    Amplify DEI
    Imagine a world where Diversity, Equity & Inclusion were at the forefront of the workplace. Unravel and learn about Diversity, Equity & Inclusion from 90+ international experts; go to amplifydei.com.

    Taylor Martin leads a creative agency that helps companies make new friends by focusing on purpose-driven branding and web accessibility.

    Keshawn Hughes is a neuro leadership coach, consultant, & NeuroSavvy™ Founder helping organizations end burnout culture, level up, & align with purpose.

    Harry Kwakye Davies is an EMEA Procurement, Logistics & Supply Chain Professional. He’s also a DEI leader focused on building ERGs to thrive in the workspace.

    #leadership #inclusion #ESG #peopleplanetprofit #diversity #humanizetheworkplace
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    • 1 hr 2 min
    Why Does Psychological Safety @ Work Matter?

    Why Does Psychological Safety @ Work Matter?

    When it comes to the workplace, psychological safety is a vital component for employees to feel comfortable and able to be productive. In order for an individual to take risks, provide new ideas, and be innovative, they need to feel psychologically safe.

    In this episode of Let’s Humanize The workplace my guest speakers Ana Alvarez, Nancy Kasvosve, Julia Satov, and I will dive into the importance of psychological safety and how it can benefit leaders and employees alike in the workplace.

    By understanding why psychological safety matters, employers can create a more positive and productive working environment for all employees.

    Vivian Acquah
    As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate/ DEI Coach/ Consultant, Vivian Acquah advises managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable manner.

    Vivian Acquah is making topics related to workplace wellness & DEI accessible to everyone. She provides people with the right tools, at the right time, to embrace inclusive changes. Vivian motivates people to think consciously and inspires them to take action.

    Amplify DEI
    Imagine a world where Diversity, Equity & Inclusion were at the forefront in the workplace?
    Unravel and learn about Diversity, Equity & Inclusion from 90+ international experts go to amplifydei.com

    Ana Alvarez is the founder of Migrapreneur, where she is bridging the opportunity gap for migrants. Activating other migrapreneurs to keep building, innovating & enterprising.

    Nancy Kasvosve is an impact- driven professional who is passionate about equity with the goal to democratize access to people, platforms, resources and opportunities for historically disadvantaged groups i.e. women and people of color, to achieve their full potential in life.

    Julia Satov is a DEI leader trailblazing how companies mobilize inclusion. An author, speaker, board member, Co-chair to UNITAR CIFAL York EDI and servant.

    #diversity #inclusion #leadership #PsychologicalSafety #hr
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    • 58 min
    How to Be Your Authentic Self @ Work?

    How to Be Your Authentic Self @ Work?

    Being your authentic self at work is still valuable even if you wish to keep your personal and professional lives apart.

    Being your authentic self empowers you to communicate your true character with your team members and fosters stronger relationships, even though you might need to make a few modifications for a professional environment.

    If you are interested in behaving in a more genuine way at work, it is beneficial to give some thought to the various ways in which you are able to express yourself.

    In this #HumanizeTheWorkplace episode is about How to Be Your Authentic Self @ Work with the following guest speakers: Mertcan Uzun & Tammy Parrish.
    You are welcome to ask questions or share your tips during this live conversation.

    Vivian Acquah
    As an inclusive Workplace Wellness Advocate/ DEI Coach/ Consultant, Vivian Acquah advises managers on how to keep their team members engaged, energized, and safe in a sustainable manner.

    Vivian Acquah is making topics related to workplace wellness & DEI accessible to everyone. She provides people with the right tools, at the right time, to embrace inclusive changes. Vivian motivates people to think consciously and inspires them to take action.

    Amplify DEI
    Imagine a world where Diversity, Equity & Inclusion were at the forefront in the workplace? Unravel and learn about Diversity, Equity & Inclusion from 90+ international experts go to amplifydei.com


    Mertcan Uzun works in the People team at Blinkist. Before joining the startup world. Now, Mertcan is trying to make today’s workplace liveable for everyone, regardless of their inherent or acquired backgrounds.

    Tammy Parrish is an image consultant who shows ambitious professionals how to express themselves through their physical appearance. She believes that clothing is a powerful form of communication that can tell a story.

    #leadership #diversity #empathy #authenticity #hr
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    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

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career dropout ,

Awesome show

Vivian is such a great podcast host. She always have amazing topics and guests. I love hearing about how we can better the workplace! Please check her show out you won’t be disappointed.

eternal_pessimist ,

Wonderful Podcast

The future this podcast envisions is beautiful, necessary, and possible. Vivian Acquah’s curation and powerful presence makes me want to be a part of creating a better, humanizing, future in the workplace.

If possible I also recommend the live shows on LinkedIn!

I look forward to more episodes.

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