Creating a Culture of Compassionate Accountability

Imagine a pandemic, a crumbling American economy, and a huge outcry for more equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace. Yes, this all happened last year. We are only beginning to create new awareness, systems and structures that have the potential to create long term changes for our learning, growth and healing instead of division and harm.

A landmark study in 2016 in the Harvard Business Review by Frank Dobbin, PhD, professor of sociology at Harvard University, and Alexandra Kalev, PhD, associate professor of sociology at Tel Aviv University, found “the positive effects of diversity training rarely last beyond a day or two.”

To create a workplace and world where everyone can thrive and is living in greater harmony with the planet, it will require new standards of compassionate accountability.

In the last 10 years, I have served as a learning architect and leadership development consultant at companies such as LinkedIn, Pixar, Bank of the West, Intuit, etc.… READ MORE...