Podcast

Running for Mayor While Black (w/ Travis Stovall)

Zach sits down with Travis Stovall, a long time Gresham resident, small business owner and community leader. He has secured key endorsements in his Gresham Mayoral race, including the presiding mayor and former mayor,...

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Welcome to The Leadership Range

Welcome to The Leadership Range. Our host is Neil Edwards, who works at the intersection of leadership, relationships, well-being, and inclusion. He specializes in increasing the capacity, capability, and range of leaders, teams, and...

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See It to Be It : Foreign Language Public Speaking Champion (w/ Diana Watson)

Amy speaks with Diana Watson, founder and owner of Speaking Seed, LLC. Diana provides Chinese business consulting services to companies that need a better understanding of Chinese culture to improve business and also coaches...

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The TAP In with Tristan : Considering Seasonal Jobs

On the eighty-eighth entry of the newly-rebranded TAP In with Tristan, our incredible host Tristan Layfield talks about seasonal employment. The pandemic has left people without jobs or in financial binds. With the holidays...

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Neiman Marcus Group’s Equity & Inclusion Journey (w/ Eric Severson & Dr. Katrice Albert)

Zach sits down with Eric Severson, EVP & Chief People & Belonging Officer at Neiman Marcus Group and Dr. Katrice Albert, Executive Vice President of Culture, Innovation and Inclusion at S2A Solutions about Neiman...

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See It to Be It : Project Manager (w/ Kassandra Dasent)

On the twenty-fourth installment of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy speaks with BridgeTech Enterprises CEO and founder Kassandra Dasent. Kassandra is a certified project management professional with 10+ years of...

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The TAP In with Tristan : Unqualified vs. Underqualified

On the eighty-seventh installment of the newly-rebranded TAP In with Tristan, our incredible host Tristan Layfield breaks down the difference between being unqualified for a role and being underqualified for one. For those of...

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SurveyMonkey & #BlackLivesMatter Pt. 2 (w/ Shonnah Hughes)

Zach sits down with Shonnah Hughes, Global Product Growth & Innovation Evangelist and Salesforce MVP, to chat about GetFeedback’s efforts regarding racial equity, inclusion, and belonging. She breaks down her very unique job title...

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See It to Be It : Community Engagement Lead (w/ Ralph Smithers, Jr.)

On the twenty-third entry of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Ralph Smithers, Jr., a talented, versatile and experienced executive with broad experience. He leads diversity and...

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The TAP In with Tristan : LinkedIn #OpenToWork Banner

On the eighty-sixth entry of the newly-rebranded TAP In with Tristan, our incredible host Tristan Layfield discusses the LinkedIn #OpenToWork profile picture emblem. For those of you who’ve been with us for a while,...

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Trump, COVID-19, & BlackWomenViews (w/ Reecie Colbert)

Zach has the incredible opportunity of sitting down to chat with Reecie Colbert, founder of BlackWomenViews Media, about Trump’s being diagnosed with COVID, Kamala Harris, and ways Black women need to be better supported...

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See It to Be It : Mediator & Arbitrator (w/ Rebekah Ratliff)

On the twenty-second installment of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger chats with Rebekah Ratliff, a credentialed insurance expert and founder and president of Capital City Mediations, LLC. Rebekah...

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Tristan’s Tip : Gain Clarity While Gaining New Skills

On the eighty-fifth installment of Tristan’s Tips, our amazing host Tristan Layfield talks about how you can gain some clarity on what you want to do for a career while also gaining some new...

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SurveyMonkey and #BlackLivesMatter (w/ Zander Lurie)

Zach has the pleasure of sitting down to chat with Zander Lurie, the CEO of SurveyMonkey, about his company, what he’s both excited and nervous about in the next 12 months, and what he’s...

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See It to Be It : Career Advancement Expert

On the twenty-first entry of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Francine Parham, a career expert and practitioner focused on female leadership and the advancement of women into...

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Tristan’s Tip : The Importance of Building Your Professional Brand

On the eighty-fourth entry of Tristan’s Tips, our amazing host Tristan Layfield discusses the importance of building your professional brand. Job searching, especially currently, is competitive, and you should be taking every step to give yourself...

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Getting the Memo (w/ Minda Harts)

Zach has the pleasure of chatting with Minda Harts, author of the best-seller “The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table,” about the launch of her book...

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*Bonus Pod* Black Creativity + Levity (w/ Zach and Ade)

Zach and Ade spend some time catching up in this lighthearted special Monday episode. Ade shares a bit about what she’s focusing on right now – check the link in the show notes to...

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282 See It to Be It : Photojournalist (w/ Monica Morgan)

On the twentieth installment of our See It to Be It podcast series, Amy C. Waninger speaks with Monica Morgan, an award-winning international photojournalist who has documented historical events around the globe. Morgan has served...

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281 Tristan’s Tip : Creating Content for LinkedIn

On the eighty-third installment of Tristan’s Tips, our amazing host Tristan Layfield talks about creating content for LinkedIn. Content for you to post on LinkedIn is all around you, so pay close attention to the examples...

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Blog

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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When a Recruiter Calls, Answer!

By Amy C. Waninger Many people I know tell me they hang up on recruiters. Excuse me?!? Recruiters are fantastic people to have in your CHAMP network! You’re likely to be looking for a...

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To Be or Not To Be: Out at Work

By Amy C. Waninger I’m an LGBTQ+ Employee. Should I Strive Be “Out” at Work? I’d love to say that everyone should be “out” all the time, but the truth is that employers need...

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Making the Workplace Safer for LGBTQ+ Employees

By Amy C. Waninger Why Should Companies Show They Value LGBTQ+ Employees? Employers know that employees need to bring their full selves to work if they are to contribute at the highest levels. At...

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See It to Be It: Kristina Smith, Diversity & Inclusion Strategist

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: Higher Education 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 to draw attention to...

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How To Use LinkedIn Effectively

Ah LinkedIn! The “professional Facebook” as some like to call it.  Some also like to use it as a professional match.com, but that is another post for another day.  LinkedIn is one of the...

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