Episode 11 – Why Your DEI Strategy Should Include Disability – Royal Caribbean Group – Ron Pettit & JPMorgan Chase – Jim Sinocchi

After a year where diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) became a hot topic in the workplace, advocates for workers with disabilities express cautious optimism about…

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Episode 10 – Inclusive Workplace Wellness – First Coast Worksite Wellness Council with Ebony Schumake Berry & Cassie Bruce

Every year, National Employee Wellness month is celebrated in June. Once again, it provides an opportunity for employers and organizations to enhance existing wellness programs…

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Episode 9 – How to Have BRAVE Conversations About Race in the Workplace – Dr. Enrica Ruggs & Dr. Derek Avery – University of Houston – CT Bauer College of Business

CEOs around the country for the last year and a half now have been seeking to have their employees talk about race and the kind…

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Episode 8 – How You Can Fight Systemic Racism in the Workplace – Tim Vogus – Vanderbilt University & Reginald H. White – Cornell University

Last summer, in response to the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, Vanderbilt University business faculty hosted a series of virtual talks to help…

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Episode 7 – Higher Education Cultural Change To Include Neurodiversity with Emily Raclaw MS, LPC

In our last episode of The INCLUSIVE ENTERPRISE Podcast, “Neurodiversity: Driving Innovation from Unexpected Places” we interviewed Hiren Shukla, Automation & Innovation / Neuro-Diverse Center…

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Episode 6 – Neurodiversity Driving Innovation from Unexpected Places with Hiren Shukla Ernst & Young – EY

If you’re interested in workplace diversity and inclusion, you’ve probably been hearing a lot about neurodiversity lately. But what exactly is neurodiversity, and how can…

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Episode 5 – Part 2 -Taking Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) From Reactive to Strategic with Andrea De Loney and Michael Streffery – Northwell Health and Anthem

  In this two-part episode, our guests Andrea De Loney of Northwell Health and Michael Streffery of Anthem, both experienced ERG program leaders, share insights on what it…

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Episode 5 – Part 1 – Taking Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) From Reactive to Strategic with Andrea De Loney and Michael Streffery – Northwell Health and Anthem

In this two-part episode, our guests Andrea De Loney of Northwell Health and Michael Streffery of Anthem, both experienced ERG program leaders, share insights on what it takes to…

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Episode 4 – Allison Waymyers: Women Leading in Men’s Sports and Overcoming Bias

Allison Waymyers has had successful leadership experience with The NFL, NBA, and Augusta National Golf Club, Home of the Masters Golf Tournament.  Allison discusses her career…

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Episode 3 – What GenZ LGBTQ Talent Wants From Their Bosses and Employers

Generation Z or Gen Z is the newest generation, born between 1997 and 2012/15. They are currently between 6 and 24 years old (nearly 68…

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