Living Corporate

Living Corporate

Living Corporate centers and amplifies Black and brown voices at work through facilitating authentic dialogues with executives, entrepreneurs, activists, authors. influencers, elected officials and more.

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October 27, 2021 31 min

Amy C. Waninger welcomes Kat Dunn, the CEO of Concierge Course Design, to the show this week on See It to Be It. She operates a full-service course building agency where business owners and professionals package their years of experience into high level courses and programs. With more than 19 years of experience creating learning and development programs for some of the most recognizable brands, including Walmart, Verizon Wireless,...

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Zach sits down to talk community engagement and economic empowerment with Tamyra Gordon, Executive Director of Blavity.org. Blavity.org drives Black economic advancement, wealth creation and business ownership forward through entrepreneurial fellowship programs featuring grants, education & mentorship. 


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Tristan discusses a few tips to help you land a job in another city on this installment of TAP In with Tristan. A standard job search in your city is hard enough, but when you're looking for a job in another city, there's an added layer of difficulty. But that doesn't mean you can't overcome this disadvantage and land the position you want!


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Amy C. Waninger welcomes Stephanie Roldan, the director of Lean Culture at Rosendin Electric, to the show this week on See It to Be It. Stephanie leads Rosendin's Respect for People and Continuous Improvement culture, simplified as "Lean Culture." This responsibility includes developing, setting, and leading the strategy on creating an inclusive environment and sense of belonging for employees.


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Continuing our leadership spotlight with LiveRamp, Zach sits down with Sam Cook, Ariana McMillan & Brittany Mitchell to have a conversation that highlights the perspectives of Black and Brown women at work, particularly how they are impacted by company culture and changes, how they show support and want to be supported, and what they most enjoy in a company. Check the links in the show notes to connect with Sam, Ariana, & B...

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This is the podcast adaptation of the 20th and final episode of Season 1 of The Break Room! Doctors Nikki Coleman, Brian J. Dixon, LaWanda Hill & Olajide Bamishigbin link back up to cover 10 tips for black mental health, touching on what we've learned throughout the season and more. The Break Room is focused on mental health, wellness and healing for Black folks at work. You can expect real talk from real experts about the ...

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This is the podcast adaptation of the 18th episode of The Access Point! Host Brandon Gordon welcomes special guest Yolanda Owens as they jump into a discussion centered around building effective relationships. The Access Point is a weekly webinar preparing Black and brown college students for the workforce. If you’re looking to jump-start your career, this is content you want to follow.


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Tristan discusses why you may not be getting interviews even though you know you're qualified for the role on this installment of TAP In with Tristan. There are a few things that you may be doing that could be blocking your blessing of getting an interview. Learn what they are by listening to the whole tip!


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Amy C. Waninger welcomes career coach Brian Newkirk to the show this week on See It to Be It. Brian Newkirk, who also goes by "the woke career coach," is a corporate finance professional with over 20 years of experience. Brian helps clients discover their passions and incorporate them into their job search strategy and is passionate about promoting DEI initiatives, advocating for social justice and mental health.


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Zach sits down with Meesha Brown, president of PCI Media, on this week's Real Talk Tuesday episode. By combining the power of storytelling and technology, PCI Media inspires action for a healthier, more sustainable and just world. Check the links in the show notes to connect with Meesha & learn more about PCI Media!


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This is the podcast adaptation of the 19th episode of The Break Room! Doctors Nikki Coleman & Brian J. Dixon chat about impostor syndrome. Part of the Living Corporate network, The Break Room is focused on mental health, wellness and healing for Black folks at work. You can expect real talk from real experts about the real ways Black folks can protect and heal themselves from racialized trauma at work.


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This is the podcast adaptation of the 17th episode of The Access Point! Hosts Mike Yates and Brandon Gordon jump into our second discussion centered around salary negotiation. The Access Point is a weekly webinar preparing Black and brown college students for the workforce. If you’re looking to jump-start your career, this is content you want to follow.


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Tristan talks about a couple of tips that can help you with public speaking and presenting on this entry of TAP In with Tristan. According to John Bowe, a speech trainer, there is a single mental trick that takes just 15 minutes or less - listen to the tip to find out what it is!


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Amy C. Waninger welcomes executive coach Patricia Hayes to the show this week on See It to Be It. Patricia is a career empowerment coach & authentic networking strategist who empowers female professionals, entrepreneurs & their teams to up level their executive presence & build sustainable professional networks authentically & purposefully. Check the links in the show notes to learn more about Patricia!


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Continuing our leadership spotlight with LiveRamp, Zach sits down with Alex Jovel, Diego Panama, & Jenell Potts to have a conversation focusing on experiences working in the tech industry as a Black or brown employee and the importance of Employee Resources Groups and their impact on workplace experience. All LiveRamp leaders, Alex is an executive assistant manager and the communications and marketing chair of the Latinx ERG, D...

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This is the podcast adaptation of the 18th episode of The Break Room! Dr. LaWanda Hill welcomes special guest KC Cross to talk about being genderqueer in the workplace. Part of the Living Corporate network, The Break Room is focused on mental health, wellness and healing for Black folks at work. You can expect real talk from real experts about the real ways Black folks can protect and heal themselves from racialized trauma at work.


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This is the podcast adaptation of the 16th episode of The Access Point! Hosts Mike Yates and Tiffany Waddell Tate linked up with special guest Shannon Ashford to jump into the topic of resilience and adaptability. 


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Tristan talks about how you can smooth over making a mistake at work on this installment of TAP In with Tristan. No matter how much of a perfectionist we may be, mistakes happen, and when they occur at work, they can be stressful and contribute to anxiety. But we can use mistakes as an opportunity for personal growth. It all starts with changing your mindset and understanding that making mistakes is part of achieving success!


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Amy C. Waninger welcomes The Diversity Gap Podcast founder and author Bethaney Wilkinson to the show this week on See It to Be It. Bethaney is a writer, researcher, and social entrepreneur who has dedicated more than a decade to exploring the intersections of community, racial justice, and social change, and she has a new book coming out in October, The Diversity Gap: Where Good Intentions Meet True Cultural Change. Check the links...

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Zach sits down with Dionna Smith, Global Head of DEI at Thumbtack, on this week's Real Talk Tuesday episode. Listen to them talk about Thumbtack's own history with DEI, the events of last summer, and what Thumbtack is doing to be an equitable place to work.


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