The Self-Employed Life with Jeffrey Shaw: Being Inclusive as a Small Business Owner

Dr. Cox breaks down the difference between diversity and inclusion, and how inclusion is particularly relevant to small businesses and the self-employed. As Dr. Cox says, all of us can be more inclusive than we currently are. We discuss how inclusion and respect can impact many of our daily business activities (for example, even in things such as decisions about how and to whom we offer discounts). Dr. Cox also offers practical insights and solutions for increasing inclusion, such as looking for things we have in common with others who are different from us, and how having a “comfort goal” can help us be more inclusive more easily.

Wealth Is a Team Sport with Tara Nolan: How We Can Include People in the Workplace

In this episode we brought Gena Cox to talk about how we can make POC feel comfortable and included in the workplace. She explains how people rather stay in a comfortable workplace than one that doesn’t respect them. She also goes on to explain how we as humans can have some grace while correcting our biases the correct way.

The Leadership Habit with Crestcom: How to be a More Effective Leader

On this week’s episode of The Leadership Habit Podcast, Gena Cox and I sat down to talk about how to be a more effective leader. And hey, here’s one tip that you can hear right from Gena— stop using 2019 behavior to address 2022 stakeholder expectations. But before we dive into the show, let me tell you a little bit more about Gena.

Reframe and Reset Your Career with Harsha Boralessa: How to Become an Effective Leader

“You have to remember that leadership has two components to it or at least two … you’re helping people to get a job done that’s what a leader does, it’s not like you’re pushing them to get the job done or telling them to get the job done the leader’s job is to help people get a job done so there’s the task part and then there’s the part of the job that is the human part which is to interact with the humans who are getting the job done in such a way that it encourages them to do the work and does not take away any of their natural shine or capability” Dr Gena Cox told me on Episode 40 of the Reframe & Reset Your Career podcast.

Authentic Change with Mike Horne: Leading Inclusion

Gena shares that she realized a long time ago that the fundamental challenge with inclusion and workplaces is that we live in a very segregated society outside of work. We expect to just all magically understand one another within the work environment, without ever really discussing the challenges and differences that we face coming from different backgrounds. In order to really improve inclusion, there must be a focus not only on representation and hiring people from diverse backgrounds, but also in improving the day to day experience of those employees once they are there.

I’ve Got Questions with Mike Simpson: How do delivery robots work?

Companies like Amazon are deploying robots to satiate our desire for instant gratification. But is that a good thing? Do they have drivers or do they drive themselves? What do robots mean for the future of delivery?  Mike gets answers from Alastair Westgarth, CEO of Starship Technologies, and Organizational Psychologist, Dr. Gena Cox.

On the Schmooze with Robbie Samuels: What Really Matters

Today’s guest urges leaders to stop using 2019 behavior to address 2022 workplace challenges.

She is an organizational psychologist, executive coach, speaker, and author of “Leading Inclusion: Drive Change Your Employees Can See and Feel.” It is a groundbreaking guidebook for corporate leaders who want to build inclusive organizations from the top down.

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Dr. Gena Cox in conversation with Dr. Veronica Escalante about cross-cultural workplace inclusion

Dr. Gena Cox (Organizational psychologist/executive coach) & Dr. Veronica Escalante (Anthropologist/inclusion advisor) talk about 5 myths that could derail your D&I efforts as you work across Latin America and the US.