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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Jennifer Brown (Jennifer Brown Consulting) shares actionable insights for leading in today’s changing and uncertain environment, creating workplaces that are equitable and inclusive for all members, and becoming a purpose-driven organization.

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The nation’s future increasingly relies on corporate leaders doing the right thing. To maintain economic viability in the future, today’s leaders must tackle systemic racism and remove the barriers that prevent the full participation and inclusion of marginalized groups – in society and in the workplace. Solving the nation’s legacy of inequality and achieving real change will require authentic, inclusive and intentional leadership. The most effective leaders are cultivating new traits, including empathy, self-awareness, vulnerability, cultural competence, emotional intelligence, and risk taking. They are personally committed to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), purpose and sustainability – and are willing to hold themselves and others publicly accountable for results.

Learning Outcomes
  • Cultivate the leadership traits needed to lead through periods of change and uncertainty
  • Adopt best practices to build accountability for DEI results at all levels of the organization
  • Build cultures where all employees are allies and upstanders for equity and inclusion.

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