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The Forum on Workplace Inclusion Podcast

Forum on Workplace Inclusion

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The Forum on Workplace Inclusion podcast offers an opportunity to engage with diversity, equity, and inclusion topics on a monthly basis. With a wide array of relevant DEI topics, we welcome you to join in each month as attendees from a variety of industries around the globe participate and share their ideas. For 35 years, The Forum on Workplace Inclusion® has served as a convening hub for those seeking to grow their leadership and effectiveness in the field of diversity and belonging by eng ...
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reWorked: the Workplace Inclusion Podcast

EW Group: Diversity and Inclusion Consultancy

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A seismic shift has taken place in the world of work. Workplace culture continues to adapt and respond – as it always has done – to the wider world. Covid turned our working lives upside down; Black Lives Matter and the #MeToo movement challenged and changed our expectations of what a responsible and inclusive business looks and feels like. Society, culture and work now overlap in ways we have not seen before. The reWorked podcast provides a space to explore how business can respond to this ...
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In this podcast you will hear from Travelers and Augsburg University about the benefits of Employer Pipeline Programs. These two partner organizations will take you through the history and structure of Travelers premiere employer pipeline program, Travelers EDGE. Learn how EDGE is transformational in the lives of its participants and why more emplo…
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Equitable Dinners at Work are custom programs supporting your workplace commitment to advancing equity and belonging through meaningful opportunities for empathy, understanding, and a safe space to practice talking about race and other difficult topics. Based on Out of Hand Theater’s model of Art + Information + Conversation = Culture Shift ©, Equi…
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There is a compelling body of data that shows how limited access to reproductive health services will harm America's workforce and negatively impact US companies. Limits on reproductive health access also disproportionately harms marginalized communities and is therefore a worker equity issue. Join us for a deep-dive workshop on how employers can b…
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Are your Employee Resource Groups losing steam? Research shows mentoring is a proven solution for the advancement and retention of top talent. Many organizations do not have enough mentors to meet the requests. More hybrid and remote work environments make it more difficult for employees to find mentors and find the time to connect. Join us to lear…
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To mark International Women’s Day, we were delighted to welcome Pamela Jones to the podcast. EW Group Client Solutions Manager, Nana Umoh, and Pamela discuss the significance of the day and how organisations can better support women in the workplace to excel rather than just survive. Rather than just a day’s focus, Pamela stresses the need for gend…
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In this episode, Yvonne Howard is joined by David Latten, Head of Procurement at Logitech, a multi-national consumer electronics manufacturer, to discuss the power the procurement function has to influence DEI across the supply chains they work with, and how Logitech has been working to drive gender equality in the tech and gaming industries. With …
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In this podcast this human will share his story as an openly transgender man who came out at 15—one of the first to do so in his entire town. Despite being a rapidly-growing group of over 3 million individuals, trans, nonbinary, and gender-nonconforming people are often left out of DEI efforts and conversations. After reviewing what it means to be …
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In this podcast you’ll learn about the United States’ diverse histories and how they impact work culture while expanding perspective regarding whose history is relevant/important. Learning Outcomes: Understanding the impact sharing diverse histories has on work couture. Identify goals, develop strategies and determine further actions for personal g…
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Learning Outcomes - New data from WorkStep about the #1 reason for supply chain worker turnover. - Companies awareness of the issues. - What companies can do to overcome the workforce shortage. Description New research from WorkStep – a hiring and retention platform for supply chain – found that 77% of frontline employees are considering new roles …
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Learning Outcomes 1. Taking steps to increase 4 core feelings (at work, home, school or community) to eliminate shame and increase healthy belonging and significance. 2. Steps to redirect power struggles (one of 5 patterns) when people believe "might makes right" and "win/lose" is how life works. 3. Forgiving self by knowing 4 steps of change: Unco…
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It's time to change the narrative on menopause at work. A one-size-fits-all approach cannot be applied to a diverse group of people who experience menopause and peri-menopause symptoms. So how can employers better support people affected by its symptoms and account for intersectionality? EW Group Managing Director, Rachael Wilson, spoke with two wo…
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Learning Outcomes - The earlier the knowledge the better the outcome - Become more selfless than selfish - It's never to late Description Inspiring The future Leaders with Guest Joseph Ballard jr & Jacory Whitley aka YB-CEO Ceo of Millionaire Status Records and One Sound North Nonprofit and Manager of One Sound Studio North, for a fascinating conve…
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Learning outcomes •Identify key concepts to keep in mind when communicating across differences •Acquire effective strategies that will help take the adversity out of diversity dialogues •Develop an action plan for improving your effectiveness around diversity and building more inclusive work environments Description Nowadays, organizations are acti…
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Have you ever wondered how to make systems-wide organizational changes in DEI? When ERGs and training are not moving the needle on your DEI measures, you need a new organizational strategy. By identifying, assessing and developing already existing influencers in every department and at every level in your organization, you can begin to create a Bri…
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Today’s rapid pace of changing demographics and cultural misunderstandings can undermine productivity, adversely impact key relationships, frustrate team dynamics, and interfere with business objectives. Understanding cultural diversity in workplaces has never been more of an imperative. But in recent years, increased awareness around social exclus…
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Despite progress in the area of disability inclusion, there are still daily examples in the workplace of attitudes, beliefs, and actions toward people with disabilities that are, in a word, weird. For example, a department director sends a company-wide email telling employees that a new employee with a disability is starting. A manager makes assump…
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In this episode, Tash Thomas is joined by Dante Frederick, Diversity and Inclusion Partner at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) to discuss diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the rail industry and the important DEI work GTR has been undertaking. Exploring some of the DEI challenges facing the rail industry, Dante shares insights into the initiati…
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On todays podcast Dr. Leo will discuss what the current Puerto Rican diaspora is, its impact on individuals living in the US and considerations for working with Puerto Ricans who have left the island. Learning Outcomes: Define what is meant by Puerto Rican Diaspora. Define 3 aspects that make Puerto Rican migrants to the USA unique. Identify at lea…
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In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Nina Boe from Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding and Jean-Marie Navetta from PFLAG National answer questions from listeners that attended our July 21, 2022 Webinar Beyond the Blame Game: Religion and LGBTQ Inclusion at Work Nina and Jean-Marie answer the following questions: Questio…
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In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Margaret Greenberg and Gina Greenlee from The Business of Race, LLC answer questions from listeners that attended our June 16, 2022 Webinar What is Your X_ Why the Workplace is the Perfect Place to Discuss the Undiscussables, Race + Racism. Margaret and Gina answer the following questions: Questio…
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COVID has created an unanticipated world where we have greater virtual access to others. As teams span geographical and national boundaries to collaborate, the need for deeper intercultural and diversity, equity, and inclusion (ICDEI) awareness, practical tools, and skills has never been more vital. The world has changed and won’t change back to th…
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COVID has created an unanticipated world where we have greater virtual access to others. As teams span geographical and national boundaries to collaborate, the need for deeper intercultural and diversity, equity, and inclusion (ICDEI) awareness, practical tools, and skills has never been more vital. The world has changed and won’t change back to th…
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Working across differences and bringing together divergent points of view is integral to the work of diplomats. The ability to build coalitions, understanding, and an agreement for how to achieve a common goal are skills that are also applicable for DEI practitioners. Both diplomats and DEI professionals must manage competing priorities, budgets, a…
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Decision-making takes place at every level of an organization every single day, whether within a team working on a project, a department setting targets, or in the C-Suite as leaders make structural changes. In this session, Lisa Russell, co-founder and CEO of Aleria, along with Alexis Gonzales-Black, Partner and Org Design Practice Lead at August …
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In this episode, Rachael Wilson is joined by Lateesha Osbourne to discuss her pHD research into black students’ sense of identity and belonging within higher education. Lateesha is a psychologist who applies a DEI lens to her work and in particular has significant expertise in race equality. She has worked with EW and Challenge since 2015 when she …
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In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Kari Heistad (Culture Coach International, Diversity Dashboard) answers questions from listeners that attended our May 19, 2022 webinar Building a Diversity Program as an HR Professional. Kari Heistad answers these questions from our listening audience: Is a DEI Strategy or Equity Strategy/Policy …
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In this episode, Sush Bastola, Sales Director at the EW Group and Challenge Consultancy, meets Graci Harkema to discuss overcoming adversity and creating a culture of belonging in the workplace. Graci is a US-based diversity specialist. Graci shares her moving and inspirational personal story from being born in the Democratic Republic of the Congo …
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Marie Larson (City of Minneapolis) and Karyn Berg (Ramsey County) provide information and resources to design, implement, and improve candidate outreach through virtual recruiting. The unprecedented challenges of COVID-19 have left organizations struggling to find effective, efficient methods for reaching candi…
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In this episode of the reWorked podcast, Karen Fonseka, Diversity and Inclusion Specialist, talks to Edmund Newell, Principal and Chief Executive at Cumberland Lodge, about social mobility. Edmund is an economic historian and priest in the Church of England, he was previously a Research Fellow at Nuffield College in Oxford, Chancellor of St Paul’s …
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast Dr. Harry Petaway (Equity Communities of Practice) chats with us on how social determinants of health are interlaced with DEI and collaborative approach to health equity. Topics covered in this episode What is Health Equity Why is health equity all of our responsibility How corporate and community DEI initiative…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast Dr. Charlyn Hilliman (Capella University) and Dr. Barbara Butts Williams (Capella University) explore how an established direct path is possible between talent, employment, and leadership skills through strategic partnerships. Through thoughtful partnerships between community-based organizations and universities…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast Irma Olguin Jr. (Bitwise Industries) and Michelle Skoor (Bitwise Industries) explores how the tech industry could use paid apprenticeships to approach systemic inequities in the tech industry and curb generational poverty. The tech industry has a workforce shortage and a major problem with the lack of diversity …
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast Julie Kratz shares stories, ideas, and research from her new children’s book, “Little Allies.” She discusses the importance and impact of having conversations about diversity, inclusion, and allyship earlier with the children in our lives. Julie wrote her book in response to difficult conversations about racism …
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast Amy Yip (Amy Yip Coaching) shares what mental fitness is, why it matters, skills & practices to build their own mental fitness, and how to apply it in cultivating a more diverse, equitable, inclusive workplace. If you’re physically fit, you’d be able to climb a steep hill without much physical stress. Same with …
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Jennifer Brown (Jennifer Brown Consulting) shares actionable insights for leading in today's changing and uncertain environment, creating workplaces that are equitable and inclusive for all members, and becoming a purpose-driven organization. The nation’s future increasingly relies on corporate leaders doing th…
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Nicole Benton, EW Group Sales Executive, speaks to Femi Otitoju, founder of Challenge Consultancy, and Jane Farrell, co-founder of EW Group, about their journeys into the DE&I industry. Sharing their personal stories and how they bring their experiences and social identities into their work, Femi and Jane discuss what has changed in diversity and i…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Wendy Vang-Roberts (Minnesota Alliance for Volunteer Advancement) and Yixiu Chen (State of Minnesota Department of Human Services) discuss the way unconscious biases show up in the form of microaggressions. Most volunteers are kind, amazing people who care about your cause and want to help others, so it’s rare …
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Dr. Sheena Mason (Theory of Racelessness) returns for another timely deep dive into the Theory of Racelessness, which reflects two philosophical positions on “race” that are uncommonly taught & commonly misunderstood: skepticism—the belief that race does not exist in nature—& eliminativism—the position that the…
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In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Lilian Eilers (The Blue Ocean Company) answer questions from listeners that attended our December 16, 2021 webinar Demystifying Culture: Building an Inclusive Culture that Lasts. Lilian Eilers answer questions from our listening audience around these talking points: What is SWAM? Doesn’t pandering…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Damion Jones shares his journey as Global Head, VP of Inclusion & Diversity at Bayer, the global pharmaceuticals and life sciences company. Damion has a unique perspective on how large health-focused companies like his can foster dialogues that promote inclusive work environments that help all employees thrive,…
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In this latest episode of our reWorked podcast, Polly Shute and Tash Thomas, EW Group Diversity & Inclusion Consultants, discuss how organisations can create authentic communications to acknowledge LGBT+ History Month in February in the UK and Pride in June. With 2022 marking its 50th year, Tash and Polly share insights into the history of Pride as…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Xaulanda Simmonds-Emmanuel (The XauSky Group) and Patrick Maniboon, "The Courage Hacker" anchor the conversation at the intersection of research, storytelling, and application where one uses agency on three levels - self, proxy, and organizational – to strengthen vital diversity leadership skills and nurture in…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Trina C. Olson and Alfonso T. Wenker (Team Dynamics), layout the six-part process outlined in their forthcoming book, Hiring Revolution: A Guide to Disrupt Racism + Sexism in Hiring. Olson and Wenker share what they have done to find and hire teams of people that are incredibly diverse – across race, gender ide…
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As December is Disability History Month, the topic of today’s podcast is disability in the tech industry. Winston Ben Clements, EW Group Disability & Inclusion Specialist, talks to Matthew Gough, HR Business Partner at Element, about the bias in algorithms and ways we can improve disability awareness in the tech industry. Winston said: "As we start…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Arshiya Malik and Lisa Russell (Aleria) cover the top three do's and don'ts of measuring inclusion based on their work and time in the industry. As organizations plan their 2022 Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) strategies, it’s a good time to reflect on what works, what doesn’t, and consider how we can re…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Tenzin Nordon (Get Ready Program) will address how individuals and organizations can foster women’s leadership by applying learnings from her research in the Tibetan community. Fostering women’s leadership is a story of inclusion. During this podcast, Tenzin Nordon, a researcher and community leader, will share…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Dr. Jessica Isom explores specific strategies and tools to support young people of color transitioning into the workplace. This podcast provides mental health and wellbeing tips and guidance to young people of color who are transitioning into the workforce. Topics will include peer networks and support, the nee…
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Nicki Pritchard is a Managing Partner and Founder at executive search firm Anderson Quigley, who specialise in working with and supporting organisations who have a social purpose in the public sector, from health and education to non-profit and beyond. In this episode, Rachael and Nicki discuss the importance of the recruitment industry in driving …
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In this special bonus episode of The Forum Podcast, Vannessa LeBoss (Communication Service for the Deaf) and Craig Radford (Communication Service for the Deaf) answer questions from listeners that attended our September 16, 2021 webinar Engaging with Deaf Customers and Employees. Vannessa LeBoss and Craig Radford answer questions from our listening…
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Graciela Meibar (Graciela Meibar Consulting) and Jane Hyun (Hyun & Associates) explore the value Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) bring to an organization like developing internal talent, providing insights on sensitive DEI matters, and more. ERG’s remain a valuable resource inside companies. Yet, are organizati…
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