In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Xaulanda Simmonds-Emmanuel (The XauSky Group) and Patrick Meniboon, “The Courage Hacker” anchor the conversation at the intersection of research, storytelling, and application where one uses agency on three levels – self, proxy, and organizational – to strengthen vital diversity leadership skills and nurture inclusive workspaces.
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By 2050, the demographic trends indicate a minority-majority shift where Blacks, Asians, Hispanics, and other racial minority groups will become the majority of the population, brings mixed emotions regarding what work, life and society will look like. In a recent Pew Research Center survey of adults, 35% felt the shift is very/somewhat good, 42% were neither good nor bad and 23% felt it was very/somewhat bad. With more than half of adults, uncertain of the benefits of the minority-majority shift, what are vital diversity leadership skills that can be applied to create more inclusive, equitable, and sustainable workspaces?
- Courageously hack self-doubt, uncertainty, and fear that holds back leaders in diverse settings
- Use knowledge sharing to explore the unknown and the new way of working with diverse professionals
- Apply multiple leadership lenses to help employees work passionately in diverse workspaces
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