Podcast

Culture, Sponsorship, and Inclusive Leadership (w/ Dr. Lonnie Morris)

Zach welcomes Dr. Lonnie Morris, an expert in the areas of leadership development, ethics and organizational culture to discuss ways organizations can be more inclusive for Black and brown folks. You can connect with...

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Disturbance as Ally (w/ Neil Edwards)

Neil talks at the intersection of wellbeing, personal leadership, and justice through the lens of relationships systems work. He uses the notion of “Disturbance as Ally” to lay out a way minorities can take...

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See It to Be It : Diverse Supplier Certification (w/ Meechelle Parker)

Amy C. Waninger chats with Meechelle Parker on this entry of See It to Be It. Ms. Parker is an enthusiastic professional with years of experience in the development of diverse businesses. She understands...

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TAP In with Tristan : Topics to Discuss During Your One-on-Ones

Tristan Layfield goes over a few topics you should discuss during your one-on-ones. Have a topic suggestion? You can find our submission form here. Check out Tristan’s website to learn more about him or...

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Being a Professional Troublemaker (w/ Luvvie Ajayi)

Zach sits down with Luvvie Ajayi, an award-winning writer, digital strategist and speaker who’s been thriving at the intersection of comedy, technology and activism for 15 years, to talk about identity, purpose and courage...

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Post 1/6 Allyship (Part 5) [w/ Steve Tulowitzki]

Neil sits in a conversation with Steve Tulowitzki. Steve, a former strategy consultant turned Professional Certified Coach and elected official, serves on the Town Council in his native Munster, Indiana. His mission is to...

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See It to Be It : Strategic HR Consultant (w/ Angelica Patlán)

Amy C. Waninger chats with Angelica Patlán, human resources coordinator at Assemble HR Consulting, on this installment of See It to Be It. As the proud daughter of a single mother and first-generation college...

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TAP In with Tristan : Pros & Cons of Overly Designed Resume Formats

Tristan Layfield discusses why overly designed resume formats might be holding you up in your job search and how you can use them to your advantage. Have a topic suggestion? You can find our...

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Biden/Harris, White Supremacy, and Black History Month (w/ Delegate Lashrecse Aird)

Zach welcomes Delegate Lashrecse Aird back on the show to discuss where she was during the Jan 6 insurrection, her feelings during the presidential inauguration and what the implications are for Black and brown...

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Post 1/6 Allyship [Part 4] (w/ Laura Radley)

Neil opens the mic for Laura Radley, the owner of Cultivate Containers, in this rich episode of The Leadership Range. She speaks from the heart and her lived experience about allyship on the back...

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See It to Be It : DEI Consultant (w/ Kirstyne Lange)

Amy C. Waninger speaks with Kirstyne Lange, the CEO of KAL Consulting, LLC, on this entry of See It to Be It. Kirstyne has dedicated her life to diversity, equity and inclusion – as...

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TAP In with Tristan : Expand Your View

Tristan Layfield kicks off an honest conversation on expanding your view of what options are available to you. Have a topic suggestion? You can find our submission form here. Check out Tristan’s website to...

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Black History Month in 2021 (w/ Dr. Mark Anthony Neal)

Zach sits down with Dr. Mark Anthony Neal, Professor of Black Popular Culture in the Department of African and African-American Studies at Duke University, to chat about Blackness and kick off Living Corporate’s Black...

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Post 1/6 Allyship (Part 3) [w/ Ken Mossman]

Neil creates room for Ken Mossman to tussle with what he was seeing, what his body experienced, and the reality that a narrative around innocence was suddenly gone as we observed insurrectionists storm the...

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See It to Be It : Accounting Specialist (w/ Janani Kannan)

Amy C. Waninger chats with Janani Kannan, an accounting professional with over 6 years of experience in building, managing and scaling the accounting and finance function at start-ups, on this installment of See It...

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TAP In with Tristan : Preparing For Virtual Interviews

Tristan Layfield covers a handful of things that can help prepare you for virtual interviews. If you take the time to prepare for virtual interviews, it’ll make you more comfortable throughout the process and...

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SurveyMonkey’s First Chief Diversity & Social Impact Officer (w/ Antoine Andrews)

Zach sits down with Antoine Andrews, SurveyMonkey’s first Chief Diversity and Social Impact Officer, to talk about his perspective on the state of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, the inauguration, his journey, and excitement about...

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Post 1/6 Allyship (Part 2) [w/ Gillian Egan]

Neil opens a space for Gillian Egan to reflect on her experience observing the insurrection unfold on January 6th in Washington DC. Gillian Egan is an attorney who lives in New Orleans with her...

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See It to Be It : Paralympic Athlete From Singapore (w/ Hitesh Ramchandani)

Amy C. Waninger chats with Hitesh Ramchandani, a world-famous motivational speaker and member of Singapore’s Paralympic football team, on this installment of See It to Be It. Hitesh is on a mission to inspire...

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TAP In with Tristan : Top 5 Jobs For 2021

Tristan Layfield dives into the top 5 jobs in demand for 2021. Over the last year, we’ve seen the pandemic decimate whole industries and spark the need for candidates in new and expanding ones....

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Blog

Strategic Self-Advocacy is Being Clear, Honest, and Annoying

Interviewed/Written by Dr. Clyde Barnett, III When scrolling many social media platforms for much of the pandemic, college students have been using their accounts to share insight on their experiences with virtual learning. Some...

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Sesame Street, Gaslighting & White Mediocrity

Growing up in the 90’s involved wearing many different pairs of rose colored glasses. We were conditioned to believe that being colorblind was the future, and that education would solve all of our problems....

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College Students and Strategic Self-Advocacy with Dr. Elena Simpkins

Interviewed/Written by Dr. Clyde Barnett, III January 20, 2020 In uncertain times, advocating for our needs has become even more critical. Unfortunately, many people, especially college students, are unsure where to begin self-advocacy, fearing potential...

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The Power of Black Women

Black women saved the democracy, again. The power of Black women isn’t going anywhere, but we live in a country that will try to make us disappear. Black women continuously show up and show...

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The Threat of White Women

As a Black woman, the biggest threat to my career is white women. Raise your hand if you’ve ever been personally victimized by the woman you work for. The mean girls club is no...

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A Tale of Two Realities

Wednesday, January 6th was a dark day for America, but America has been dark for as long as it has existed. However, it can only get better if we acknowledge what has plagued our...

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A Black Woman’s Journey as the Catalyst Heroe/Magical Negro in Film, Television and the Modern Workplace

By Rahima R. Rice In 2018 I was in my second semester of graduate school at Lesley University. Everyone in my cohort was tasked with reading hefty portions of ​The Writer’s Journey​ by Christopher...

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Calling “BS” On the Pipeline Problem

By Amy C. Waninger Wells Fargo CEO Charles Scharf told members of his own company’s Black talent group that there just isn’t enough Black talent in the pipeline (and was compelled to issue an apology just...

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5 Actions That Employers Can Take to Make Minorities Feel Valued at Work

By La’Fanique Reed Rev. Jesse Jackson once said, “Inclusion is not a matter of political correctness. It is the key to growth.” Beginning my career during a time where Diversity & Inclusion is a...

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Showing Up Black at 25

By Madi B. I realized I was black at 25. Don’t worry, the irony isn’t lost on me either. This statement always feels weird for me to write, say or even acknowledge, but it’s...

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Culture Fit is a Lie

By Madi B. Let’s start with a quick quiz, how many of you are willing to acknowledge the fact I’m Black? It’s okay, I know I’m black so it’s okay for you to know...

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See It to Be It: Insurance Claims Professional

By Amy C. Waninger About the series: See It to Be It is an interview series highlighting professional role models in a variety of industries. The goal of this series to draw attention to...

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See It to Be It: Uso Sayers, Public Accountant

By Amy C. Waninger About the series: See It to Be It is an interview series highlighting professional role models in a variety of industries. The goal of this series to draw attention to...

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See It to Be It: Traci Adedeji, Insurance Industry

By Amy C. Waninger About the series: See It to Be It is an interview series highlighting professional role models in a variety of industries. The goal of this series is to draw attention...

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To Address Workplace Equity, We Must Discuss White Welfare

As I explore the words and legacy of MLK Jr. , particularly on the day he is federally observed in these United States, this video clip resonates above the single oft-quoted sentences from his...

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How Leaders Can Encourage Learning & Development

By Amy C. Waninger You probably already know that organizations with a culture focused on learning & development are more profitable, more innovative, and have greater market share. But how can leaders create an...

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Learn to Get Comfortable with Change

By Amy C. Waninger Your world is changing more rapidly than ever before, bringing a barrage of industry discussions about disruption, agility, and resilience. Professionals who adapt quickly can seize new opportunities and manage...

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Why Create a Learning Culture?

By Amy C. Waninger Peter Drucker famously said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” In other words, your strategy will go nowhere if your culture doesn’t support it. I would take this a step further...

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Truth Is, Nobody Knows What They’re Doing (5 Ways to Combat Impostor Syndrome)

By La’Fanique Reed “The truth is that nobody knows what they’re doing, but those who figure it out are those who come out on top.” These words from a diversity panelist ring in my...

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“Management Experience Required”?

By Amy C. Waninger Are you interested in moving into your first management role? You have probably noticed that most management positions require previous management experience. How can you get that experience without getting...

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