Most of us can relate to feeling as though we are not a part of or not valued. Unfortunately we are living in a time where society is becoming more polarized, more exclusionary. It's time to solve that problem and change the discussion to focus on how we can value one another and how we can work together to build something stronger, something better. Inclusion Junkie provides a space to learn, to explore, and to start to include. Presented by Behavior Leader featuring Dr. Natalie Parks, Mason Washington, and Paul Peebles. Inclusion is our way of life. Hopefully it will also soon be yours.
Ever wonder what it's like to sell a business? More importantly, ever wonder what differences arise when you are a Black woman selling your business? Our special guests Beverly Kirby and Landria Seals discuss their personal journeys through business ownership and selling their businesses as successful Black women.
From the politics to pandemics and everything in between, we discuss how to make education more equitable. Our special guest, Dr. Sharonica Hardin-Bartley, superintendent of the School District of University City in St. Louis, MO, shares with us her journey as a Black woman and the many things she has done to Reimagine Learning for her students.
Triggers are stimuli in our environment that result in behavior occurring. They can be anything from an alarm clock to waking us up to seeing current events on television. The triggers that are unproductive, unconscious, and unexpected are most dangerous and can lead to behaviors that result in harm and detriment to others. The hosts dive into these and how we can identify when these triggers occur and how to manage our own behavior, bringing us closer to inclusion.
There is a lot happening in the world. We spend this episode processing some of the events currently taking place, their cyclical nature, and what it means for inclusion and ourselves individually and collectively.
Today we focus on the behaviors of inclusion by discussing its five core behaviors: communication, leadership, ethics & values, management, and education. Join us as we talk about what each of these mean and provide examples of how they can be demonstrated in our lives.
In this episode, the hosts discuss the meaning of inclusion and how it is seen in the workplace. They discuss why inclusion matters and how detrimental it is to individuals and businesses when it is missing.
Have you ever felt excluded? We have too! Meet our hosts and hear about how we are attempting to create a space to learn, to explore, and to start to include. Inclusion is our way of life; we're hoping to make it yours too!