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Radio Show #418: DEI Leadership: Advancing A Culture of Equity
22 November 2021 |5:30 pm - 6:00 pm GMT
Special Guest: Kemy Joseph: CEO & DEI Strategist of F.E.A.R.S. Advantage
Ensure Your Organization is Fair & Forward-Thinking as You Create an Unshakeable Culture of Trust and Prosperity, For Your Current and Future Employees.
In an era where more leaders understand the value of DEI (Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion), most company cultures are still happening by default, instead of by DESIGN, which means your DEI initiatives will still get derailed by one critical factor. Cultural Inequity is the greatest barrier to positive change. In cultures happening by default, it’s also the most expensive and pervasive problem contributing to division, avoidance, and inaction.
As tense global issues like race, politics, privilege, and Covid-19 are impacting your team both at work and home, how are you intentionally designing a Culture of Equity in your organization and making DEI actionable in 2021? If you’re committed to creating an equitable company culture where employees of all backgrounds can thrive, it all starts with how you see and communicate DEI.
Hint: It goes far beyond HR, anti-racism, and the old version of “diversity” in the workplace.
The truth is: DEI is NOT just for minorities. Everyone benefits from DEI, including you. When done right, it’s a pathway to help you evolve every aspect of your organization from sales and marketing, to employee engagement and retention, to innovation and profitability.
Kemy Joseph is the CEO & DEI Strategist of F.E.A.R.S. Advantage. He is on a mission to help 5 million business leaders advance equity in their organizations by 2030 to create company cultures where people of all backgrounds can work safely and thrive.
In a time where so many people are being defensive around race, politics, and privilege he uses his real-world experiences to lead difficult conversations in an uplifting way that removes shame and blame to foster true inclusion. Today he is here to help us strengthen our understanding of DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) to make it approachable, actionable, and even enjoyable in our organizations.
Join us as we discuss creating an equitable company culture where employees of all backgrounds can thrive.
Host: Jo Dodds