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Culture Stew

Dec 8, 2021

“A globally recognised authority on Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace, Jonathan has a PhD from the London School of Economics which allows him to bring the academic rigour that his FTSE 100 clients expect.

He is currently writing a book to support his mission to help one million people around the world to make...

Nov 10, 2021

Join us today as Maria and Kelly discuss the world of change, social intelligence, and her book LEAD THE CHANGE: The Competitive Advantage of Gender Diversity and Inclusion. They will ask questions about how social and family leave benefits all genders, how work-life policies can impact productivity, and what you can do...

The Unexpected Gift. Emerging Anew After The Unthinkable: An Interview with Barbara Dalle Pezze

Oct 27, 2021

In this episode of Culture Stew, Barbara and Maria dive into topics around leadership, diversity, and vulnerability. They also discuss Barbara’s new book - The Unexpected Gift. Emerging Anew After The Unthinkable, a powerful memoir that reveals the inspiring true-life story of one woman’s journey to self-discovery...

Oct 13, 2021

In this episode of Culture Stew, Maria and Minal discuss privilege, leadership and how we can build support for equity in leadership and in ways to ensure that everyone thrives.
Learn more about Minal:
Minal Bopaiah is the author of Equity: How to Design Organizations Where Everyone Thrives. She is the founder of...

Sep 29, 2021

How do we teach children to honor diversity and inclusion? Jay Peterson is a Canadian elementary school music teacher residing in London, Ontario. Jay has written the book Saxophone Sits Alone as a way to discuss inclusion and diversity in the classroom in an accessible yet powerful way.