What does a workplace utopia
look like to you?
Organizations have largely missed the mark when it comes to creating environments where all employees thrive in an equal and equitable way, because they treat diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) as a program that gets done rather than the necessary and difficult journey it is.
Dr. Ella F. Washington is a double-certified International Coaching Federation and Gallup certified strengths coach, her passion for coaching, facilitating, teaching and public speaking is unmatched. She has worked one-on-one with mid-level and executive leaders to develop their leadership skills to enhance their organizations.
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“Cultural Competence” is a diversity and inclusion podcast from the Gallup Center on Black Voices, hosted by Dr. Ella F. Washington and Camille Lloyd. We talk to employers and employees alike about what a workplace utopia for diversity, equity and inclusion looks like and the hard work it will take for us to get there. How can employers facilitate meaningful conversations on race in America? And what are the missteps they can avoid in the process? This season, we’ll talk tokenism, pay inequity, political polarization, hair in the workplace and much more.