116: Creating Civility and Respect at Work

116: Creating Civility and Respect at Work

What if there were a way to create a workplace (and world!) where people genuinely respect those who aren’t like them? That’s the focus of Robin Rosenberg’s work. As CEO and Founder of Live in Their World, Robin combines her expertise as a clinical psychologist with her passion for using Virtual Reality for good. Join our conversation to learn about the programs she’s created to help all employees of a company become more sensitive to bias and its effects…and develop more respectful and productive ways to interact with each other.

Robin is board certified in clinical psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology, and a Fellow of the American Academy of Clinical Psychology. She has taught psychology classes at Harvard University and Lesley University and has written psychology textbooks. She’s also had psychotherapy and coaching practices in the San Francisco Bay Area and New York City.

You’ll discover:

  • How Robin defines civility in the workplace
  • Why she prefers the sequence of Equity, Inclusion and Diversity (EID) instead of DEI.
  • The impact on workplace behavior when someone is able to experience virtually what another person goes through when being disrespected
  • The challenges of remote and hybrid work environments…and how to overcome them

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096: How to Build a Diverse and Inclusive Culture

096: How to Build a Diverse and Inclusive Culture

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion are hot topics these days, and rightly so. Do you know all the facets involved in addressing each of these in the workplace? If not, catch this important interview with my guest, Sarah Tabet. She shares behaviors we might unconsciously engaged in that could be perceived as a micro-aggression by the other person.

Sarah is Global Human Resources Director at Schneider Electric in Dubai and a business partner to senior leaders in the area of Diversity and Inclusion. Sarah has more than a decade of multi-national experience in the human resources field. She’s passionate about D&I and has even written a book to raise awareness and introduce strategies: Inclusion Starts with U: A Call to Spread a Culture of Inclusion to All Diversities.

You’ll discover:

  • Events that created Sarah’s passion for these topics
  • The distinction between Diversity and Inclusion
  • Negative consequences for not addressing their importance and relevance at work
  • The three elements that are essential for building a diverse, inclusive culture
  • Factors that influence compensation and opportunities for advancement for women

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