The mission of achieving equity and justice for minorities is nowhere near over. And while countless initiatives have been put in place, how do we ensure that change is truly happening?
In this episode, Kimberly will be sharing five strategies for you to not only continue the conversation on allyship, diversity, and inclusion but to turn those words into action in your workplace. Apply these strategies so that you are being a true ally and not just jumping on the performative bandwagon of equity initiatives just for the sake of doing so. We’ve talked the talk, and now it’s time to walk the walk.
KEY POINTS / MAIN TAKEAWAYS:
“Just because you are Black or Asian or Latina x or a member of the LGBTQIA community does not mean you know how to support Diversity, Equity and Inclusion initiatives. I want you to have the information to take the conversation to the next step.”
Have career and leadership development questions? Email Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kim gives practical, USEFUL career advice. I look forward to new episodes every week.
I just listened to Episode 22, Being an Ambitious Woman with Tiffany Aliche and was so impressed. The time just flew by as I enjoyed the solid career advice Kimberly and Tiffany shared. Documenting your accomplishments was one of the ideas that I thought was especially good -- because if YOU don't know what you accomplished and what your big wins are, you cannot possibly expect others to remember. I look forward to tuning in again.
Loving this podcast. The information Kimberly is sharing is invaluable! A must listen if you feel stuck, “lost”, or misguided in your career life. These are great takeaways that can even be applied outside of your work life to be honest. Looking forward to more.
Kimberly shares her honest opinions and best advice on managing your career. Her delivery is direct, concise and easy to follow. Loved her episode with Ariel and their thoughts on burnout. A must listen!