Episode 80: Inclusion and Belonging
Guest: Katee Van Horn
Diversity and inclusion. To create a space in your business that ensures that diversity and inclusion are part of the solution. As the CEO of Bar the Door Consulting, Katee Van Horn does just that. She focuses on what businesses can do to change, improve, and create true cultures of inclusion. Katee gives her take on what exactly diversity, inclusion, and belonging mean. She believes there are various ways to establish diversity and inclusion within a company – whether that’s at your town hall meetings or in your presentations. Start with small, incremental changes. You can’t boil the ocean overnight. Katee provides many perspectives, analogies, and ways to think about diversity and inclusion. Listen in to hear her experiences, stories, thoughts, and some inspiration for creating a culture of diversity and inclusion!
- The Innovation Habit
- Katee Van Horn: LinkedIn
- Katee Van Horn: Website
- Katee Van Horn: Twitter
- Bar the Door
- Cecilia Montoya: MAKERS
- BJ Fogg, PHD., Behavior Scientist
- Megan Rapinoe’s World Cup Parade Speech
Morgan Stanley Wealth Management Diversity & Inclusion
This podcast has been sponsored by Morgan Stanley, a Firm where diversity is an opportunity – for both clients and employees. By valuing diverse perspectives, Morgan Stanley believes it can better serve its clients while also helping employees achieve their professional objectives. Morgan Stanley’s corporate culture is one that is open and inclusive, which is fundamental to its role as a global leader.
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