A lively, cross-generation conversation with FDP Global | WMFDP consultants about work and life from the boomer, gen x and millennial perspectives. Tune in to Maria Martinez, Mei Reitz, Noah Prince and host Michael Welp as they explore our generational differences and perspectives.
A sense of belonging in the workplace is key to employee and organizational success. In this podcast, Julia Taylor Kennedy, Executive Vice President and Lead Researcher at Coqual, and Michael Collins, WMFDP | FDP Global consultant discuss the findings of Coqual's report on The Power of Belonging.
Disability and ableism are elements of DEI that often live in the shadows of other workplace inclusion initiatives. Today’s podcast guests Karen LaVeck, Keith Blocker and Mark Havens provide wisdom from a wide range of experiences in DEI and disability work.
What does it mean to lead with heart in the DEI space? Senior leaders Jillian Moffat and Kerry Hunnius from McCain Foods share how what started as a DEI leadership project turned into a transformative personal journey towards building greater inclusion in both their workplaces and communities.
Mental health is an essential, yet often ignored, part of building inclusive and equitable workplaces. Esteemed HR professionals Susan Schmitt Winchester, Suni Lobo and Jonathan TranPham share compelling insight into these essential intersections.
Nga Vương-Sandoval is a proud Việtnamese refugee, a TEDx Presenter, and the Refugee Congress Delegate in her home state of Colorado. Fiona Swee-Lin Price, based in Australia, is author of Success with Asian Names and the Director of Globalise Consulting. In this episode, Nga and Fiona discuss how the correct pronunciation of names creates a greater sense of belonging and honors personal identities.
Darrin Tulley talks about his experiences with WMFDP learning labs and how they impacted his leadership while he was a senior executive at Mass Mutual. Darrin is the founder of Ignite Happy and author of the upcoming book Live Your Possible.
Oni Marchbanks and Staci Haines discuss why it is important to bring a trauma informed and somatic perspective into the facilitation of DEI work. Oni is an anti-racism educator and the owner of Equity by Design and co-partner of Equity Asks. Staci co-founded generative somatics, founded generationFIVE, and is the author of The Politics of Trauma: Somatics, Healing, and Social Justice.
We explore the myriad ways in which the Latino and Hispanic identities are lived, expressed and experienced with WMFDP consultants Maria Martinez, Amalia Alarcon Morris and Mauricio Valadrian, with backgrounds spanning Mexico, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Columbia.