The Virtual Campfire’s Podcast: Leading Inclusion: Creating Respectful Environments With Gena Cox

Inclusion begins with respect: when we see, hear, and value each other, we create a world where everyone belongs. Gena Cox talks about how organizations can truly embrace inclusion in this episode, sharing gold nuggets from her book “Leading Inclusion: Drive Change Your Employees Can See.” She explores the definition of inclusive leadership, emphasizing how respect is the cornerstone of inclusion in the workplace. Based on research and her own experience, Gena shares how to create environments where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued. Tune in now and learn how to lead with inclusion.

The Crisis Files with Roshini Rajkumar: Case File #91 – Are you R.E.D.I.?

Do you feel seen, heard, and valued at work? Those are the questions organizational psychologist Gena Cox says employees want to answer YES and the key elements employers should ensure in a truly inclusive work environment. Host Roshini Rajkumar dove into Gena’s R.E.D.I. framework which puts “respect” in the lead position in any conversation about equity and inclusion and is a bit of a far cry from where brands focused efforts after the social awakening of 2020. Dr. Cox believes true inclusion is founded in the day-to-day experiences of all employees. Find out why respect differs from civility and why implicit bias training alone does not result in a workplace culture that values every individual and gives them a place at the table to contribute and thrive.

The Book Marketing Podcast: Investing in the Long-Term Value of Your Book

This episode is about the importance of having a long-term view of the value your book can bring to the world. Becky is joined by two former guests, Gena Cox and Kevin Wilde, who have both reached the one-year anniversary of their latest book launches. Gena and Kevin share what they have learned about book marketing and some tactics that have helped them continue gaining momentum for their work post-launch. 

Toni Collis Leading Women in Tech: Respect as a Workplace Asset

In today’s episode, I invite Dr. Gena Cox, trained organizational psychologist and executive strategist & coach, to have an important conversation about leadership and the power of respect as a workplace asset. 

Ready for the heart-centered approach to inclusion that you’ve been searching for? Let’s go to the show! 

The Upcoach Podcast. Leading with Inclusion: Unveiling Leadership Lessons with Dr. Gena Cox

Meet our esteemed guest, Dr. Gena Cox, an organizational psychologist and an executive coach who believes in a human-centered approach to coaching. Her perspective, enriched by her travels, emphasizes the significance of understanding every individual’s point of view. She asserts that leaders who travel often develop a broad-minded approach, becoming more aware, inclusive, and adaptable. 

In this revealing conversation, Dr. Cox provides insights into the nuances of executive coaching, drawing a distinction from coaching middle managers. She dwells on the importance of intuition in coaching, indicating how it aids in comprehending clients’ needs. The conversation illuminates how change operates on different planes and how the client’s sense of being acknowledged and valued determines the effectiveness of the coaching. For those intrigued by leadership, inclusion, and coaching intricacies, this episode is a treasure trove of insights worth exploring.

Janet Fouts Mindful Social: Gena Cox on Leading Inclusion

I’ve seen companies jump on the DEI train after an incident that triggers them, and they feel they have to DO something, There’s outrage, but they don’t really want to talk about it in the company. They may feel checking a box DONE is enough. And it is not. Sometimes leaders don’t want to look at whether they have these issues in their own house. We understand that diversity conversations get complicated when there are different groups of underrepresented people in the business. But of course, there are almost always groups of under-represented and unheard within most companies. So how can we make inclusion part of the culture?

Happy Space with Clare Kumar – Respect: A Strategy for Inclusion

Exploring a seemingly old-fashioned and often overlooked key ingredient necessary for workforce inclusion, organizational psychologist Gena Cox reminds us that the way we make people feel matters. As a highly sensitive person able to quickly assess whether respect is present in interactions… or not, Gena encourages leaders to make compassionate action the norm. She shares the 3 C’s every leader needs to adopt and encourages everyone to get an “Inclusion MBA”.

The Book Marketing Action Podcast with Becky Robinson: Episode 122: Book Awards

This episode is all about book awards! Becky is joined by three authors—Gena CoxLibby Hoffman, and Kevin Wilde—who have all been successful in applying for, and winning, book awards. During the episode, Gena, Libby, and Kevin talk about the process of seeking out awards for books, whether it’s worthwhile to apply for them, and what book awards have done for the life of their books. 

Growth Igniters Radio®: How Helping Others Feel Respected Can Be a Game-Changer– with Gena Cox

Did you know that even if you’re shaping a culture based upon respect, others may misinterpret well intended encounters in the rapidly changing business environment? Finding new ways of helping others feel respected can be a game-changer. This week, we’re discussing new ways to look at perceptions of respect with returning guest, Gena Cox, PhD. She is a speaker, organizational psychologist, executive coach, author, and CEO of Feels Human, LLC. We first spoke with Gena after the publication  of  her award-winning book “Leading Inclusion: Drive Change Your Employees Can See and Feel.”