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Inclusion as a Leadership Strategy - Shared screen with speaker view
Andrea S.
16:40
Always looking to connect, AndreaLinkedIn -  https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrea-l-seale
Chris Johnson
16:56
https://www.linkedin.com/in/drchrisljohnson/
Christina Marie Noel
17:37
It’s lovely to meet you all! Janine and Dr. Cox - thank you so much for hosting. https://www.linkedin.com/in/christinamarienoel/
Daren Pippio
19:51
https://www.linkedin.com/in/dareneasterling/
Maureen Chiana - The Mindsight Academy
25:04
Would love to connect: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maureenchiana/
Andrea S.
43:01
Can you speak to the policies and practices that are beyond HR that can be looked at to move the needle. I.e. how we pay people (paycheques, stock, entry bonuses etc), handling global cultural differences etc.
Nancy Fallon-Houle
44:39
haha, held in C Suite as a secret!! Indeed!
Susan (she/her)
49:46
Once senior leaders say they are on board and ask how to help, how do you suggest that HR/BRGs active in I&D work in the organization might help the leaders take ownership and responsibility of the work to move the needle from the top down?
Kate Liebelt - AbbVie, Pharmacovigilance & Patient Safety
51:37
Can you recommend some of your favorite sources of impact data / data-driven success stories on corporate EEDI initiatives, particularly by industry? I have been doing research on EEDI in healthcare and the evidence-based data is growing, but still relatively scarce.
Nancy Fallon-Houle
53:32
Interesting about working in HQ vs Field. Probably many different cultures, and many different culturial initatives needed
Andrea S.
55:32
Thank you, that is good .. storytelling..
Chris Johnson
57:49
As the interest in doing business in a more conscious way is on the increase, do you have any thoughts on how DEI initiatives are, or would be wise, to integrate within this growing community? Any catalytic suggestions?
Nancy Fallon-Houle
57:50
Does it mean that those patterns need to be changed really in the indidual's personal life? Seems it would
Andrea S.
58:25
@Kate, there is a researcher you may want to look into David Williams, he looks at bias in medicine.
Nancy Fallon-Houle
58:26
And then how do we change people personally!? A rhetorical question
Kate Liebelt - AbbVie, Pharmacovigilance & Patient Safety
58:41
Thanks @Andrea S.
Nancy Fallon-Houle
58:47
Ridiculous!
Chris Johnson
59:03
To Nancy's point, is a leader different in personal life & business life? If so, isn't that a problem?
Andrea S.
59:27
I agree Dr Cox, I tell people being diverse is not a problem to be solved, we are people.
Susan (she/her)
59:39
we just had a Global I&D day in our company yesterday, and our VP of I&D mentioned how being really honest- we have that question about why diversity and celebrating differences matter when we're supposed to be "one team"
Christina Marie Noel
01:05:11
Powerful conversation. Thank you again, Dr. Cox. I hate to have to hop off early, but I need to prep for a call I’m leading in a few minutes.
Janine MacLachlan, Chicago Chapter
01:05:34
Thanks, @Christina Marie!
Kate Liebelt - AbbVie, Pharmacovigilance & Patient Safety
01:12:01
thank you for a great conversation today
Myra Robinson
01:15:50
Thank you Janine for hosting such a lovely conversation. Also, big thanks to you as well Dr. Gena for your insight - looking forward to taking nuggets back from this to our HQ team here at Ellevate. 😊
Daren.Pippio@RaymondJames.com
01:16:06
Great talk. Thanks, ladies
Nancy Fallon-Houle
01:16:18
Thank you Dr Cox! Very insightful!
Susan (she/her)
01:16:20
Thank you so much Dr. Cox for all of your insights
Andrea S.
01:16:24
This was wonderful.