The Way We Work specializes in creating, delivering, and adapting corporate culture spaces that promote inclusion and innovation. We believe in a human-centered approach to Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, Intercultural Communication and Management, and Organizational Culture and Change. We believe in creating culture-driven leaders.
An interview with Mari Corona, photographer and writer who empowers, motivates and inspires through images and words. She’s also a strong advocate of Holistic Wellness, Self-Care & Creativity & using these mediums as Art Healing Therapy tools for manifesting her Best life. And a special letter to my daughter on what the Kamala Harris becoming the first Madam Vice President means.
2021 has started and it seems to be a continuation of the same but in this episode I’m working on the real healing of trauma because our collective trauma is visceral and we need to do something about it. Practicing self-healing is powerful and all works in progress can learn how to manifest a better version of ourselves.
This week I talk about intention, decision making, learning the process of prioritization and some tools that really helped me including Ruth Chang’s Be the AUTHOR of your own life! The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan and smart goals-always! Intention and accountability apply to companies too! Make sure you’re checking in with those statements from 2020 and make sure they’re not just performative. Don’t let DEI slip below the fold in 2021
In this episode, I take a look at some of the themes of 2020 that helped to mold my life and the elasticity it took to overcome and learn both definitions of resilience. Plus my personal list of 30, the learning, gratitude and hope I carry into 2021.
This conversation with Patrice Palmer, director, CEO, DEI consultant and scholar practitioner is the most real thing that's happened all week. We're talking about passion, our whys and the long vision to this work we do. Check out their profile on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/patricempalmer. They're posts will check you and keep you aligned to the work.
This week we’re speaking with Maya Toussaint, ex-LinkedIn current branding and anti-racist facilitator. She’s doing a lot but she does it all so well. If you’re interested in connecting she’s of course on LinkedIn.
Today it’s just me but boy do I have a story to tell. From going on a bit too long about a middle school reading contest to defining Inclusion and Belonging for myself and a little about where the journey started.
We talk land acknowledgements, https://youtu.be/qNZi301-p8k, inclusion and belonging, accessibility for invisible disabilities and more! Kelly’s linkedin , https://www.linkedin.com/in/kellybronjohnson/
and book link: https://parentlikeanautistic.com For more information about Uncomfortability: Growing Empathy for Emerging Leaders check out our website! https://the way-wework.com
In this week’s episode we are speaking with Marisol Cantu, teacher-activist, educator, community organizer and an advocate for owning your story. If your interested in learning more about her check out her insta @sol_speaks or @sol_teaches.
We’re living in interesting times from a post-apocalyptic-ish pandemic, a US presidential election season that just won’t quit and understand human connections. All that and more. If you want to follow us on IG @theway_wework, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or check out our website at www.theway-we work.com
In this episode we talk a little about the journey of how we got here, of what were looking to get into. The world is full of noise let’s learn to break down the skills we really need today. Follow us on ig @theway_wework or check out the website www.theway-wework.com or send us an email at email@example.com if you have any questions.