The pandemic has changed the way we think about our livelihood and our careers, and more importantly–their relationship to one another. LinkedIn data shows that job transitions among Gen Z is up 80% from 2020, with other generations close behind. If retention isn’t already at the top of your project list, take some time to think more about your leadership efforts and what the future holds for you.
How can you ensure your company is actively participating in diversity, equity and inclusion efforts—(something we know prospective hires are looking for)? And how can you incorporate those efforts into your own personal leadership and support other leaders to do the same? With the introduction of a new multi-media Influencer Series from Kantola Connects, we’ve just made it easier for you.
This month we’ve selected 5 influencers and some of their most recent content as we continue to explore what it means to be an inclusive leader in 2022. From podcasts to webinars, these experts and industry leaders are sure to leave you feeling inspired and ready to combat the Great Reshuffle with the most current, impassioned, and enlightened information.
CSP, CPAE, President and CEO of UbuntuGlobal
Watch her short video: on what makes an inclusive leader while she jam-packs her endless knowledge into a 50 second clip right right from her LinkedIn page.
Alysha M. Campbell
DEI Leader, Public Speaker, Amazon Best Selling Author
Listen to this HRchat podcast: Compassion and Kindness in Uncertain Times filled with a montage of insights from past guests on what it means to be a compassionate, loving, understanding, and thoughtful colleague or leader.
Rob S. Cooke
Project Development Analyst, TED Speaker, Sustainable Finance
Watch his 10 minute Ted Talk: The cost of work stress—and how to reduce it as he talks through the economic impact of stress as it relates to productivity and wellness in the workplace.
Vice President, Digital Imaging at Adobe
Join her LinkedIn Live Webinar: The need for creative and mindful leadership where she speaks on how developing interpersonal skills–like leading with gratitude, focus, and clarity–can be difficult to nurture, but, as many executives know, they have become more critical to master than ever before.
CEO, Founder Inc., Board Member CARE, CASE, Speaker, Author, Forbes Writer
Listen in on his most recent podcast guest appearance: Diversity beyond the checkbox, Creating a Corporate Culture that Lasts, with Everett Harper where he talks through hard work, intentional recovery, and finding a purpose. Plus, what it means to unlock excellence across your organization.