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This episode is one of our most popular, in-demand episodes and we thought you might enjoy the refresher. Arin and Jess sit down to discuss sports metaphors, implicit biases and the ways in which our successes and failures build upon themselves.
Arin and Jess discuss what our word choices reflect, suggest and change about our perception of such important topics as rape, sexual harrassment, gender and racial discrimination. Join us as we dig into the power of words, the burden of proof and the nuts and bolts of exactly how unconscious biases work.
Arin Neeves, author of best-selling The Next IQ: The Next Level of Intelligence for 21st Century Leaders discusses why leaders must discover how to make their individual—and the organization’s collective—intelligence greater by transforming leadership from being rooted in one’s individual expertise to being formed from multiple—and diverse—perspectives.
Reeves’ life experiences have shown her that different perspectives are not challenges to overcome, but gifts to be treasured. Raised in India, Libya and Tanzania, Reeves now calls Chicago home. Having family and friends scattered among several continents and cultures, learning to speak several languages, and attending schools taught in various traditions and languages exposed her to a world of different viewpoints and outlooks.
Arin has been featured on NPR for her work on leadership and inclusion in the workplace and is often cited in online and traditional media.
Reeves has nearly 20 years of experience advising Fortune 500 companies, law firms and schools, and trade organizations on how to think smarter. She is founder and president of Nextions LLC, a consulting firm that focuses on new ways of thinking about leadership and inclusion in the workplace.
In her book she reasons that no matter the level of your skills and experience, you are not as intelligent as you can be unless you have actively sought out and included different perspectives into your outlook and analysis.
Arin sits down with Patti Phillips, the executive director of NACWAA, the National Association of Collegiate Women Athletics Administrators, to discuss women, leadership, language and sports at the college level. It's been forty years since Title 9 was first passed but women make up only 16.9% of Athletic Directors at the college level. This conversation is important and timely: with Julie Hermann recently named to the open AD position in the Rutgers athletic program. Arin and Patti tackle everything, from the administrative level in major university programs all the way down to the player's experience in school athletics. This is a conversation you definitely do not want to miss.
In the second episode of our Unconscious Bias in Medicine Series, Arin sits down with Sheryl McCalla, the Director of the American College of Rheumatology’s Lupus Initiative. The two discuss the effect of unconscious bias and physical appearance on medical diagnoses. For more information about Sheryl's work head to www.thelupusinitiative.org
In the first episode of our ongoing Unconscious Bias in Medicine series, Arin sits down with Dr. Adi Nadimpalli to discuss his work with Doctors without Borders and his experience with unconscious bias as a medical practitioner.
Last week the president of the American Bar Association, Laurel Bellows, gave a public interview in which she labelled work-life balance, a fraud. The response to the public interview was instantaneous and heated. Andrea Carlise, Melinda LeMoine and Shayna Steinfeld sit down with Arin to discuss their reactions, concerns and personal experiences as mother, lawyers and experienced balancers.
Ms. Bellows fuller interview can be found here.
Provocative Conversations is brought to you by The Leadership Matrix, a Nextions Company. The podcast is an ongoing discussion about all things serious, funny, quirky, tragic, idiotic and inspiring in our workplaces, designed to provoke smarter thinking and better leadership. In this episode, Dr. Arin Reeves discusses the ways in which the current workforce is working (or not so much) for women. Stay tuned...
This week, Arin Reeves and Jessica Shoemaker sit down to talk sports metaphors, implicit biases and the ways in which our successes and failures build upon themselves.
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