I So Appreciate You!

I So Appreciate You!

I So Appreciate You! is an honest, raw, funny, and uniquely insightful account of two women sharing behind-the-scenes work conversations happening as events unfold that impact our communities. But this isn’t just office talk.

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January 24, 2022 40 min

I So Appreciate You! co-hosts Nadege and Pahoua, along with special guest Christophe Beck, President and CEO of Ecolab, explain the concepts of “mirroring” and “bridging” and discuss how leaders, particularly white leaders, can create more inclusive workplaces.

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I So Appreciate You! co-hosts Nadege and Pahoua explore what happens when organizations transition from white leaders to leaders of color in a thoughtful dialogue with special guest Duchesne Drew, President of Minnesota Public Radio.

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December 27, 2021 30 min

In this week’s episode, ISAY co-hosts Nadege and Pahoua discuss the importance of intentionally creating learning opportunities and pathways that allow people to build knowledge and skills for roles that haven't been accessible to everyone. They are joined by Meredith Leigh Moore and Brandon Williams, who share their career journeys and discuss how people can own their career narrative and gain experience to ladder up into new ...

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December 13, 2021 33 min

ISAY co-hosts Nadege and Pahoua, along with special guest Philomena Morrissey Satre, Director of Diversity & Inclusion and External Strategic Partnerships at Land O'Lakes, explore aging in the workplace and how this unaddressed diversity and inclusion issue affects employees.

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November 29, 2021 35 min

Alex West Steinman, Co-founder and CEO of The Coven, and Melissa Muro LaMere join ISAY co-hosts Nadege and Pahoua to discuss their respective evolving workplaces during the pandemic, some unexpected silver linings, and how showing up as yourself at work is a game-changer.

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November 15, 2021 41 min

Co-hosts Nadege and Pahoua share personal experiences with giving and receiving care, including Nadege’s recent experience with breast cancer. Special guest Liwanag Ojala, former CEO of CaringBridge, joins to discuss the emotional weight of being a caregiver and what employers can do to better support their employees.  

 

Episode References:

Managing the Future of Work, Harvard Business School

Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande

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Co-hosts Nadege and Pahoua discuss professionalism and its unwritten rules on dress code, hygiene, hairstyles, and why it doesn’t matter that you are wearing sweatpants under your desk right now.

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October 26, 2021 6 min

"I So Appreciate You," an honest, raw and sometimes funny podcast about work, community, life and more.

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