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Girl, Take The Lead!

June 26, 2023 • 0:38 min
Hosted by Yolanda Canny
Yolanda Canny and I had a great conversation about how important it is to get out of your own head and set realistic expectations. I was grateful for the interest she demonstrated in my book (her copy had more flags than mine!), and the resulting reflections from digging deeper into the back stor…

Out of the Comfort Zone

June 23, 2023 • 0:56 min
Hosted by Wanda Wallace

The Dynamic Leader Podcast

June 1, 2023 • 46 min
Hosted by Shelley Flett
Shelley and I had a great conversation about the responsibility of leaders to hold a space for everyone on their team. We talked about the structural barriers still existing in the workplace and how they stand in the way of inclusion, and the importance for leaders to be intentional about identif…

Leaders – Embracing Adaptive, diverse and inclusive leadership strategies to accelerate success

May 9, 2023 • 23 min
Hosted by Jeremy Blain
In my conversation with JeremyBlain, we really did rethink leadership, including the importance of focusing on diversity, getting comfortable with discomfort, and being inclusive. Our discussion is best summarized in this illustration created by Jenny Parkington. Take a look and let me know what …

Leadership & Life Chat– The Power Of Diversity, Inclusion And Coaching In Leadership

April 4, 2023 • 62 min
Hosted by Becky Ames and Mark Curtis
During my sit-down with Becky Ames and Mark Curtis (no relation), we talked about the importance of staying true to your personal interests when focusing on career development, being more present and enjoying the moment, and not taking ourselves too seriously. I also had the pleasure of sharing a…

Leading With Inclusion

March 28, 2023 • 40 min
Hosted by Workplace Warriors and Jordan Goldrich
In this honest conversation, fellow native New Yorker, Jordan Goldrich and I took a deep dive into topics addressed in my book, ACCESS DENIED. With surprise and dismay, he acknowledged that while “considering himself learned,” he was unaware of the pervasiveness of racism, despite his education, …

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