F* the Seat is a podcast series about leadership, diversity, equity, and inclusion. The focus is on how to achieve true DEIBJ within organizations, how to confront bias, and how to have meaningful conversations about BIPOC and LGBTQ experiences. We hope you join us on this journey and add to the discussion. Visit https://ftheseat.com to learn more. (Note on acronyms... DEIBJ = Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Belonging, and Justice / BIPOC = Black, Indigenous, People of Color / LGBTQ = Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer)
You can check the box for DEIB or you can create programs that matter and get results. We are tired in this episode because advocating for change is exhausting at times, but our passion for helping organizations build inclusive cultures gives us the strength to push forward. Our podcast is never meant to provide all the answers but is always meant to spark meaningful conversations that move us forward. We hope you find value in wha...
Can you be the true "you" at work? Do you hold back for fear or concern of how others might view you? Or are you just someone who feels it's not that important?
Join us for a candid discussion about the challenges people face when trying to be their authentic selves at work. And learn what companies can do to create a safe and inclusive culture, that fosters honesty and builds trust.
Sometimes we say things and are unaware of how they impact others, and sometimes comments are intentional. Regardless of intent, microaggressions can drastically impact people emotionally and professionally.
If you've ever experienced or witnessed their impact, you are not alone. But we can be better! If you are willing to understand what they are, talk about their impact and be mindful of what and how we say and do things.
Talking about racial inequities can be a touchy subject. But if you want to really understand how to create equity, inclusion, and belonging within organizations, you have to be willing to listen and confront your own biases.?
This episode is about why we decided to start this podcast, we mention an article written about the lack of diversity in the HR profession that received some heavy criticism from a few white men, and we put ...
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