Jan 9, 2020
Azul Terronez, CEO of Authors Who Lead, joins the program to discuss the evolution of his diversity story, and how having dyslexia made him a better writer and book coach. He also reveals the importance of vulnerability as a writer, and the need for self-care.
Dec 31, 2019
Dr. Vivienne Ming discusses her personal journey of moving from despair and depression to finding peace and self-acceptance. In this episode you'll discover the "tax on being different" and what that means, as well as some of the key actions that organizations can take to attract and retain...
Dec 31, 2019
From The Best of The Will To Change: Kenji Yoshino, Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law at NYU School of Law, discusses the concept of covering in the workplace and his own experiences with having to downplay his identity. Kenji discusses the legal implications of covering, as well as the value to...
Dec 27, 2019
Don't miss this year-end message from Jennifer Brown as she shares what you can expect from the Will To Change in the upcoming year! Jennifer also reveals some of her biggest successes in the past year, including the publication of her second book, How to Be An Inclusive Leader.
Dec 20, 2019
Jorge Luis Fontanez, Acting Head of Partnerships at the storytelling platform NextDayBetter, and Clinical Professor of Marketing at the Bard MBA in Sustainability Program, joins the program to discuss how and why business can be a force for good, and the changing expectations of consumers and employees. Jorge also...