The Insider Outsider Podcast
11. White Women’s Work on Race

11. White Women’s Work on Race

June 19, 2020

Moe Carrick and Anakha Coman are two white women facilitators at WMFDP, as well as authors and owners of their own consulting firms. In this episode, Moe and Anakha discuss what’s unique about white women’s DEI journeys--what it’s been like for them personally and what tends to come up for white women around race as Moe and Anakha work to inspire white women to be allies and advocates for inclusion and justice.

10. Noah Prince’s Journey as a White Male Advocate for Diversity and Equity

10. Noah Prince’s Journey as a White Male Advocate for Diversity and Equity

June 10, 2020

Noah Prince is a Gen-X white male living in a biracial family with his wife and step-daughter; he’s also a senior consultant at WMFDP. Noah speaks about his life during the racial justice protests nationally and internationally. He shares why he has not been sleeping these past few days and why he has hope. With over 15 years of experience as a leader in equity, inclusion and leadership development, Noah has worked across a wide variety of industries.

9. Mindfulness: An Asset in Today’s World

9. Mindfulness: An Asset in Today’s World

May 20, 2020

Michael talks with Anakha Coman about her experience teaching mindfulness to business leaders and the difference it makes in their effectiveness. Anakha speaks to how mindfulness is a core requirement in diversity and inclusion efforts, vital for establishing effective partnerships across difference. Anakha and Michael discuss what it looks like to be fully present with oneself and others in these turbulent times. Learn more about Anakha at http://awakeatworkinstitute.com

8. Reflections on 14 Years of Partnering for Change at Lockheed Martin, with Rainia Washington, VP & CDO

8. Reflections on 14 Years of Partnering for Change at Lockheed Martin, with Rainia Washington, VP & CDO

May 13, 2020

Michael begins the story of WMFDP’s partnership journey with Lockheed Martin and Rainia Washington, Lockheed Martin’s VP and Chief Diversity Officer, expands on the 14-year partnership. Rainia shares both early and more recent history and talks about the unique impact the partnership has had on Lockheed Martin’s culture. Rainia tells of observable shifts in leaders, as well as measuring the positive outcomes.

7. Why We Focus on White Men (in the US)

7. Why We Focus on White Men (in the US)

May 7, 2020

Accelerating inclusion and diversity efforts forward depends on engaging white men. WMFDP senior consultants Janese Murray and Jim Morris join CEO and co-founder Bill Proudman to discuss why white men are critical to D&I—AND why it seems paradoxically confusing for us to focus on engaging them.

6. Leading Edges of Virtual Learning in Diversity and Inclusive Leadership

6. Leading Edges of Virtual Learning in Diversity and Inclusive Leadership

April 16, 2020

Colin Cohen, Chief Revenue Officer at PMG Learning and Mark Williams, WMFDP consultant discuss what the state of the art is in virtual learning and how might it be applied to the topics of diversity and inclusive leadership. Colin helped Mark design some of his digital platform, which is now used by WMFDP as an online follow up to labs and summits called Inclusion Insights. This free ranging conversation shares tips in designing and building virtual learning quickly as well as effectively…

5. How Diving into the White Men’s Caucus Transformed ASU Dean Steven Tepper’s Leadership

5. How Diving into the White Men’s Caucus Transformed ASU Dean Steven Tepper’s Leadership

April 16, 2020

Steven J. Tepper is the dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University, the nations largest, comprehensive design and arts school at a research university. Steven attended a White Men as Full Diversity Partners learning lab with other white men in September 2017. He shares about his experience and how it impacted his leadership and partnering style.

4. Inclusive Leadership, an International Perspective, with Bill Proudman

4. Inclusive Leadership, an International Perspective, with Bill Proudman

April 9, 2020

Bill Proudman, Co-Founder of WMFDP, talks with Michael about his extensive experience learning to lead inclusive leadership sessions in over 30 countries.

3. The Dean of Organizational Culture, Edgar Schein, on White Male Culture in the US Part 2

3. The Dean of Organizational Culture, Edgar Schein, on White Male Culture in the US Part 2

April 2, 2020

Recently identified in The New York Times as the dean of organizational culture, Edgar Schein recently published with his son Peter a 3rd edition of The Corporate Culture Survival Guide, Culture Change Leadership. Just prior to that he wrote Humble Inquiry and Humble Leadership. He is a professor emeritus at MIT and author of many seminal books in the field of Organization Development. In 2016 Ed reviewed and wrote a testimonial for Michael Welp's book Four Days to Change. 

2. The Dean of Organizational Culture, Edgar Schein, on White Male Culture in the US

2. The Dean of Organizational Culture, Edgar Schein, on White Male Culture in the US

April 2, 2020

Recently identified in The New York Times as the dean of organizational culture, Edgar Schein recently published with his son Peter a 3rd edition of The Corporate Culture Survival Guide, Culture Change Leadership. Just prior to that he wrote Humble Inquiry and Humble Leadership. He is a professor emeritus at MIT and author of many seminal books in the field of Organization Development. In 2016 Ed reviewed and wrote a testimonial for Michael Welp's book Four Days to Change.

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