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Hosted by Dr. Jonathan Ashong-Lamptey, every week we inform and educate using applied research and thought leadership Get your pen and paper ready because this is one of the world’s most valuable resources to help you on your Inclusion journey. We provide book reviews, research breakdowns, explainers, opinion pieces, interviews and much more We’re on a mission to help a million people like you to make your workplace more inclusive To continue the conversation join us on Linkedin: The Element ...
 
reWorked: The Diversity and Inclusion Podcast. Join the EW Group team as they speak to leaders in diversity and inclusion, discussing best practice and wellbeing tips. Learn how you can rework your company culture to make it more inclusive. Brought to you by diversity consultancy, EW Group - we have 29 years of expertise in diversity consultancy, unconscious bias training and inclusive leadership.
 
DiverCity Podcast is all about equality, inclusion, and diversity in financial services, with leading commentators from around the world bringing fresh perspectives to the D&I debate. Hosted by Julia Streets, on each episode we seek to shine a light on positive progress, call out areas requiring further focus and offer lots of ideas to help drive change.
 
Everyone has a diversity story- even those you don’t expect. Get ready to hear from leading CEO’s, bestselling authors and entrepreneurs as we uncover their true stories of diversity and inclusion. The Will To Change is hosted by Jennifer Brown- Jennifer is an award-winning entrepreneur, dynamic speaker, and author and diversity and inclusion expert. She is a passionate social equality advocate committed to helping leaders foster healthier and therefore more productive workplaces, ultimately ...
 
Welcome! Join us on our mission to celebrate the contributions of Africans both on the continent and within the diaspora. Drop us a message about one of your favourite African creatives (from the continent or diaspora). We are more than happy to invite them in the show! For book lovers, you can support us by purchasing your books at: https://bookshop.org/shop/upendobooks We are a proud affiliate and will earn a small commission if you buy something at no cost to you!
 
The Inclusion 1st Podcast is creating a safe space for people to ask their most important questions on antiracism. Our mission is to demystify the practice of antiracism through the experience of questions and stories which we hope will encourage antiracist learning, growth, and action. We believe that it is the actions of individuals that help to push this movement forward. And to support these changemakers on their journey, we’ll answer listener-submitted questions in each episode. Tune in ...
 
We help organizations develop customized diversity and inclusion initiatives that advance strategic objectives within the legal margins. The purpose of Littler's podcasts is to provide helpful information for employers, addressing the latest developments in labor and employment relations. They are not a substitute for experienced legal counsel and do not provide legal advice or attempt to address the numerous factual issues that arise in any employment-related issue.
 
In our podcast, we explore topics at the intersection of equity, inclusion and community. We learn ways that communities are facing (or not) their realities of inequity and injustice. We will meet people who are changing their communities for the better and discover actions that we can each take to improve our own communities.
 
The Inclusion Works podcast explores the secrets of building inclusive culture at work and in the community. We’ll be joined by leaders, experts and activists all working to bring fresh thinking to the inclusion debate. We’ll be asking those all-important questions to find out more about them, their work and how they make inclusion work. If you’re interested in driving change, accelerating diversity or simply finding ways to be more inclusive every day, then join us for Inclusion Works. Beca ...
 
Monthly podcasts about inclusion and diversity brought to you by Inclusive Employers. Join our hosts, broadcaster Stephanie Hirst and Inclusive Employers' Senior Consultant Steven Copsey, as they meet a wide variety of guests with fascinating stories of inclusion, diversity and belonging. This podcast is for everyone who has an interest in inclusion and diversity. Learn about key topics, best practice and how to take real action to make inclusion an everyday reality. Find out more about Incl ...
 
#2 on "Diversity And Inclusion: 10 Podcasts Indian Bosses Should Be Listening To" & #3 on "Feedspot's Top 15 Diversity and Inclusion Podcasts for 2020" - What happens when a blind man, a woman of color, and a wannabe Latino get together to discuss how diversity, equity and inclusion can impact businesses? Join Mike Hess, Nina Baliga and UB Ciminieri every month as they embark through conversation on a journey to help businesses and their most important asset - people - Choose Inclusion. We'l ...
 
TIC TALKS is all about sport, inclusion and human rights. TIC (The Inclusion Club) interviews leading world practitioners in the field of sport and recreation, with a focus on the inclusion of people with disability in sport and active recreation programs. Learn about new programs, new ways of thinking and new approaches to inclusion issues. We also look at the similarities of inclusion across targeted populations, including Indigenous people, people from different cultural backgrounds and w ...
 
Flipping the script on who we include, who we don’t, and how we can do better - in everything from gender, race, mental health and disability, through to the inclusion of LGBTQI+ and Indigenous communities. You'll hear stories from fascinating people of all stripes, with reflection from experts and policy makers, who'll help you master The Art of Inclusion. Brought to you by Diversity Council Australia, or DCA.
 
Are you spiritual, but not religious? Or grounded in a traditional religion but are seeking something more? Or interested in exploring new approaches for integrating spirituality in business and other aspects of life ? If you answered "yes," to any of these questions, check out the podcast of the Sacred Inclusion Network. We interview experts, share our take on diversity and spirituality, and let you know what's going on with the Network. You can learn more about us by going to www.sacredinc ...
 
Sometimes, it's our differences that make us stronger together!Each week, we will discuss the hottest topics in diversity, equity, and inclusion! But be not fooled by the name, most of our subjects are far more complex than black and white. Our podcast is perfect for educators, administrators and emerging leaders in K12, Higher Education, Public and Private Sectors. Submit questions by Monday of each week on our site www.kinecteducationgroup.com and subscribe for early access to weekly recod ...
 
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In today’s episode, we are talking to Korey Sewell, the founder of Hands-On Education and Hands-On Technology. A company committed to empowering youth through mobile technology and the practical applications of computer science, Korey runs engaging afterschool and summer programs for kids in different areas of STEM. Come join us for this real, auth…
 
In this episode host Julia Streets is joined by Margaret Franklin, President and CEO of Chartered Financial Analyst Institute (CFA) and Fiona Hathorn, board advisor and Founder and CEO of Women on Boards UK. They discuss the importance of reporting, transparency and accountability of boards and how to help diverse talent find its route to the board…
 
“If you want to journey with me in this transformation work and this work of social justice, then for me, the prerequisite is your earnest desire to change” - Michelle MiJung Kim Welcome to the first episode of the podcast Diversity & Inclusion: Revolution or Reform? We are honored to welcome and delve into Social Justice work with Michelle MiJung …
 
Have you ever noticed how difficult it is to distinguish between information about Diversity and Inclusion and Propaganda? Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about The Propaganda Problem of Diversity & Inclusion In today’s show we discuss several things including: The Propaganda techniques found in Diversity & Inclusion How Propagan…
 
Join Jennifer Brown and her co-author Rohit Bhargava as they take you on a behind-the-scenes conversation about their new book Beyond Diversity: 12 Non-Obvious Ways to Build a More Inclusive World. Discover why Jennifer and Rohit decided to write this book, what differentiates it from other books on diversity and inclusion, their vision for the boo…
 
Ever since Andi can remember they have always looked at the edges, at those people who haven't quite fitted in and now feels that they also occupy that space - "on the edge" Published: 16.09.2021 Recorded: 15.06.2021 Duration: 1:07:31 Downloads: 7 Please connect with our hosts and guests, why not make contact..? Brought to you by your host Joanne L…
 
Sterre's Story - A life of acting, poetry and tandem rides Sterre and Hannah tell us about Sterre's life and the things she enjoys and how she started her own company because she was fed up of people saying no to the things she wanted to achieve. She shares her enjoyment of acting and writing poetry and her shows for schools to educate and communic…
 
Sue Unerman is Chief Transformation Officer at MediaCom, which is the UK’s largest Media Agency. She is also the co-author Belonging - The Key to Transforming and Maintaining Diversity, Inclusion and Equality at Work. In this episode, Sue joins Rachael Wilson to discuss what makes belonging different to inclusion, why majority groups are so vital t…
 
Morgan Christie's work has appeared or is forthcoming in Room, Aethlon, The Hawai'i Review, Blackberry, Little Patuxent Review, Obsidian, Alternating Currents, as well as other publications. Her writing has been anthologized in such presses as BLF Press's Black to the Future and the Resonance Network's Black Freedom Beyond Borders: Re- imagining Ge…
 
Dr. Paul Wichansky joins us for one of the most inspiring conversations we've ever had. Dr. Paul Wichansky is a motivational speaker who has shared his story with over one million people nationwide and with foreign exchange students from 20 countries. His presentations highlight the topics of diversity, disability acceptance, anti-bullying, youth e…
 
There are many employee referral strategies out there, and the newest among them is leveraging the employee referral bonus program to build diversity. Such programs offer special – sometimes higher – bonuses to current employees for the referral of candidates from traditionally underrepresented communities. In this podcast, Alyesha Asghar Dotson di…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted questions: 1. When is it safe to bring racism up? As a white male, I feel like I can't know what it's like and feel like I don't have the right to say anything, but I want to be an ally and supporter. 2. I am a white woman working in a DNI adjacent space. Lately, I've noticed I'm more inhibit…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Amy Villaseñor, a product manager working in AI who has a passion for technologies that impact the way our society functions for the better. Amy is not only is on a mission to bring support and a voice to minorities but also focuses on exposing underserved students to STEM and higher education. Come join us for…
 
You may have encountered people in the workplace speaking their truth But what’s the difference between a person speaking THEIR truth and a person speaking THE truth Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about The Big Inclusion Issue: Your Truth Vs. The Truth This is the second in a two-part series about the truth. In today’s show we d…
 
This episode, originally recorded at APA 2021, is hosted by Dr. Maysa Akbar, Chief Diversity Officer for the APA, as she speaks with Jennifer Brown, Dr. Derrick Gordon from the Yale School of Medicine and Eduardo Placer, CEO and Founder of Fearless Communicators. Discover how dismantling racism benefits us all, the necessary steps to have courageou…
 
In this Solo Episode, Rivka Bent takes over and is answering the listener-submitted question: What can little old me do when the system seems so big and overwhelming or more succinctly, what’s the number one thing I can focus on to help bring about systemic change? Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The Inclu…
 
Welcome to the podcast! We are your co-hosts Connie and David and we are here to talk all things D&I and whether D&I can save us, get us free, or move us towards collective liberation. In this trailer, we give you a brief introduction to our backgrounds as well as answer why we got into this work, why we created the podcast and some JUICY D&I confe…
 
As a woman Briana was taught at a very young age how to avoid harassment and certain labels. As a woman of colour that is amplified by showing you how to scale back your ethnic personality to avoid being seen as ignorant, confrontational or aggressive. Published: 09.09.2021 Recorded: 11.06.2021 Duration: 00:00 Downloads: 34 Please connect with our …
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Tina Medina who is the Founder and Lead Visionary at the Vibe Movement. Tina was an educator for 12 years in South Central L.A., South Korea, and San Diego and now helps educators reconnect to their purpose and breath meaning into their lives through coaching retreats, professional development opportunities, an…
 
Not all the claims you hear about Diversity & Inclusion are true. Maybe there’s a need for some fact checking. Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about why we may need some fact checking when it comes to Diversity & Inclusion This is the first in a two-part series on the truth In today’s show we discuss several things including: The…
 
In this episode, originally recorded for the Elearning Podcast, Jennifer Brown joins host Stephen Ladek to discuss the importance of bringing your full self to work and why even privileged leaders can benefit from more open ways to communicate and collaborate. Discover how you can reinvent as a person, a professional or an educator without losing y…
 
In this Solo Episode, Carrie discusses the three main themes that the Inclusion 1st Project discovered from the 700 community questions submitted on anti-racism and inclusion. We are still accepting questions to be answered on the podcast too! Do you have a question about anti-racism or inclusion? Submit your question here to be featured on a futur…
 
What does it take to be a leader for social inclusion in our communities and public systems? Welcome to the NDTi Podcast - Talking Inclusion. Our biweekly discussion with key voices in the field of inclusion. In this episode, we talk with Jacqui Sjenitzer, Julie Pointer and Raj Singh about their experiences of leadership, particularly trust, courag…
 
Lulu was a criminal defence lawyer for 11 years prior to coaching and empowering women to come to the forefront in society as an asset and not as a weakness. Lulu used to be a criminal defence lawyer, fighting for people’s freedom from incarceration. She is now a coach and uses the word ‘rebel’ and all ‘rebels want freedom’ in her branding, especia…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Sarah Tuakli Cooper who is the Executive Director at the League of Amazing Programmers, a volunteer at Voices for Children, where she serves as a court-appointed special advocate and is on the board of directors at the United Women of East Africa's support team. Come join us for this conversation where we discu…
 
Allyship is the key to unlocking the power of Diversity That is a key message of a practical book that we’re discussing this week by someone who’s actually doing the work Get your pen and paper ready because we’re reviewing Demanding More: Why Diversity and Inclusion Don’t Happen And What You Can Do About It by Sheree Atcheson In today’s show we di…
 
This episode was originally recorded as a partnership between JBC and Women Employed, a non-profit devoted to improving the economic status of women and removing barriers to economic equity. Near the close of the month on August 26th, we observe change that was had over a century ago, in hopes of advancing change today. This day of observance is re…
 
In this Solo Episode, Howard Wright takes over and is answering the listener-submitted question: How do you address racist behavior without making someone defensive so that they are open to learning rather than feeling like they need to defend their behavior because they’re not racist? You can also hear Howard on Episode 2 of the Inclusion 1st Podc…
 
Mandy Hickson is a former Royal Air Force Tornado GR4 pilot, now keynote speaker and author of the best selling book an officer not a gentleman, D&I is incredibly important to her and she feels we still have some way to go Mandy joined the Royal Air force in 1994 aged 21 and became part of the first group of women allowed to fly fast jets and only …
 
To celebrate the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics we honour the might and tenacity of every disabled athlete. In this special episode host Julia Streets returns to the ever important disability discussion. She is joined by eight time (at the time of the recording!) Paralympic champion Sophie Christiansen, who is also a software developer at Goldman Sachs. Th…
 
In today’s episode, we are talking to Rivka Bent who founded the first scholastic program of Architects of Change, which teaches students to challenge what is, imagine what can be, and move humanity forward. Rivka is passionate about creating a sense of belonging for all people and focuses on building diversity, equity, and inclusion both personall…
 
When I talk about the term belonging, generally I’m quite critical Finally, I’ve found someone else doing the same! But we don’t agree on everything Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about if it’s now time to drop Belonging from the Diversity conversation In today’s show we discuss several things including: An unpopular opinion abo…
 
Chad Moses, Director of Outreach and Experience at TWLOHA Inc., joins the program to discuss his journey and how he came to the work that he does collaborating with musicians, festivals, and entertainment companies to cultivate conversations about mental health. Discover the importance of diversity, equity and inclusion in when it comes to mental h…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: What should I be hearing from the leaders in my organization about their efforts towards anti-racism so that I know that they are being sincere? Listen to the episode for the answer and learn all of our tips to incorporate this knowledge into your everyday life. Do you have a questi…
 
Mindy encourages people to be more thoughtful in their conversations, interactions and the way they show up in the world. This includes putting more thought' into 'thought leadership'. Mindy believes there is broad recognition that we don’t have a level playing field in many sectors/pockets of society and she believes things can be different. She l…
 
In today’s episode, we're talking to William Garnes who is a geoscientist at one of the world's largest private nonprofit research and development organizations. As one of the few black geologists, William has a perspective all his own on anti-racism and inclusion in the world around him. Come join us for this conversation where we discuss what it …
 
In this episode, Mika’il Petin, Ph.D., Chief of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion for All Hands and Hearts, has a conversation with Princess Bazley-Bethea, Director of the Together Project & Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion with InterAction, about her role in leading an effort to create consistent diversity, equity, and inclusion standards across the i…
 
I’ve been reminded why so many leaders have so little respect for Diversity & Inclusion and the people who promote it Get your pen and paper ready because we’re talking about 3 reasons why leaders don’t respect Diversity & Inclusion where you work In today’s show we discuss several things including: The shared beliefs that you should share The warn…
 
This episode, originally recorded as a DEI Community Call, features a conversation with Cherise Bernard, PhD, Director of Diversity, Engagement and Inclusion at McCann New York and Founder of Modern Work Consultancy, and Amri Johnson, CEO and Founder of Inclusion Wins. Discover how leaders can help drive an inclusive and equitable culture from the …
 
You can find the full transcript and related images here. Link to Bio and more info about Suzanne: Suzanne Thomas You can learn more about Inclusion in Art using the following links: https://inclusioninart.com/ https://www.instagram.com/inclusioninart/ https://twitter.com/inclusioninart https://www.facebook.com/InclusionInArtOK/ Organizations and G…
 
In this episode, we are answering the listener-submitted question: Juneteenth is a federal holiday, what was the reaction to this step, and is it good? Listen to the episode for the answer and learn all of our tips to incorporate this knowledge into your everyday life. Do you have a question that you want to be answered on a future episode of The I…
 
Peter speaks to organisations who let their most valuable resource slip through their fingers, and what they can do about it through knowledge recognition and risk assessment. We all accumulate a vast amount of knowledge during out lifetime but how do we download this, and what happens to it all, especially specialist knowledge that has the power t…
 
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