How to be a Conscious & Inclusive Leader at Work and in the World

Five Free Community Virtual Events
(February- May 2021)

Carley Green-400

Carley Hauck

(She/Her)
Founder of Leading from Wholeness

How to be a Conscious & Inclusive Leader at Work and in the World

Five Free Community Virtual Events
(February- May 2021)

Carley Green-400

Carley Hauck

(She/Her)
Founder of Leading from Wholeness

Why We Need Conscious and Inclusive Leaders More Than Ever Now

We are in a transitional moment.  As we seek to create a future of work and a world that works for everyone, we each have a personal responsibility to prioritze people and planet.  Not only is this a human imperative, but it is a business one.

According to Accentures 2020 COVID-19 research, 67% of consumers say the COVID-19 pandemic has strengthened the need for businesses to take greater responsibility when it comes to improving societal and environmental outcomes.

With roughly one in two workers agreeing that a company’s ethical, sustainable, and moral values will become even more important to them after the COVID-19 pandemic passes, the time to act, learn and grow is now.

My forthcoming book Shine-Ignite your inner game to lead consciously at work and in the world showcases the inner work we can all do to support the collective transformation of work being a force for good in the world.

To support the launch of the book,  I’m moderating four free amazing community events and panels with incredible leaders and speakers who embody conscious and inclusive leadership.

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How to be a Conscious
and Inclusive Leader

Thursday, February 25th, 2021
2:00pm PST, 5:00pm EST
75 minutes via Zoom

Leading the world’s organizations—businesses, governments, nonprofits—has never been more complex as it is today.

The movement to create an inclusive, workplace, world, and to restore and regenerate the earth is one of the most complex issues of our time. Being a force for good and diversity, equity, justice, and inclusion are not separate, they are one and the same. What supports this kind of conscious and inclusive leadership?

Each individual must commit to cultivating the qualities of consciousness on the inside so they can show up on the outside to foster greater psychological safety, trust, transparency, and social and environmental accountability.

In this panel, learn from purpose driven conscious and inclusive leaders who are supporting businesses to do no harm and benefit all. Learn how you too can uplevel your inner game and bridge the divide to create effective discourse—and solutions.

We are in a transitional moment.  As we seek to create a future of work and a world that works for everyone, we each have a personal responsibility to prioritze people and planet.  Not only is this a human imperative, but it is a business one.

According to Accentures 2020 COVID-19 research, 67% of consumers say the COVID-19 pandemic has strengthened the need for businesses to take greater responsibility when it comes to improving societal and environmental outcomes.

With roughly one in two workers agreeing that a company’s ethical, sustainable, and moral values will become even more important to them after the COVID-19 pandemic passes, the time to act, learn and grow is now.

How to be a Conscious and Inclusive Leader

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Thursday, February 25th, 2021
2:00pm PST, 5:00pm EST
75 minutes via Zoom

Leading the world’s organizations—businesses, governments, nonprofits—has never been more complex as it is today.

The movement to create an inclusive, workplace, world, and to restore and regenerate the earth is one of the most complex issues of our time. Being a force for good and diversity, equity, justice, and inclusion are not separate, they are one and the same. What supports this kind of conscious and inclusive leadership?

Each individual must commit to cultivating the qualities of consciousness on the inside so they can show up on the outside to foster greater psychological safety, trust, transparency, and social and environmental accountability.

In this panel, learn from purpose driven conscious and inclusive leaders who are supporting businesses to do no harm and benefit all. Learn how you too can uplevel your inner game and bridge the divide to create effective discourse—and solutions.

MODERATOR AND HOST


Carley Green-400

Carley Hauck is the Chief Love Officer of Leading from Wholeness. She serves as a senior learning architect, leadership development consultant, speaker, & author.

Since 2010, Carley has served hundreds of leaders and companies in Fortune 100 companies and high growth start-ups such as: LinkedIn, Genentech, Pixar, Clif Bar, Bank of the West, etc. to up level their leadership skills, cultivate their recipes for resilience, team building, and inclusive manager development programs to and create thriving workplaces.

Carley is an instructor at Stanford University and UC Berkeley Haas School of Business teaching on the subject of leadership and business as a platform for positive change in the world.

Carley shares her passion for inclusive leadership and creating a workplace and world that works for everyone and prioritizes people and planet first in her book, Shine– Ignite your inner game to lead consciously at work and the world (Sounds True Publisher)

SPEAKERS

Sheryl O- Loughlin-400

Sheryl O Loughlin (she/her) has served as the CEO of 3 mission driven businesses in the natural products and industry (Clif Bar & Company, Plum, REBBL).

Currently she serves as Co-founder of Women on Board to increase the amount of women (defined as people that experience gender oppression) in the Natural Products and Services Industry.

She is also co-founder of the JEDI Collaborative. Co launched with OSC2 a major initiative within the Natural Products and Services industry to frame the business case for embedding equity, diversity, and inclusion/belonging into our entire food ecosystem.

Sheryl is also the author of Killing It: An Entrepreneurs Guide to Keeping Your Head without Losing Your Heart (Harper Business)

Ryan Honeyman-400

Ryan Honeyman (he/him) is a Partner / Worker-Owner at LIFT Economy and coauthor of “The B Corp Handbook: How to Use Business as a Force for Good” (Berrett-Koehler Publishers).

Ryan has helped over 50 companies—like Patagonia, Allbirds, Ben & Jerry’s, King Arthur Flour, Tanka Bar, and Red Bay Coffee—become Certified B Corporations and maximize the value of their B Corp certification.

Along with his LIFT Economy team, Ryan helped cofound the Force for Good Fund, a $1M fund that invests in women and people of color-owned, “Best for the World” B Corps (e.g., those that score in the top 10% of all B Corps worldwide). He has also interviewed guests on “Next Economy Now,” LIFT Economy’s podcast highlighting the leaders who are taking a regenerative, bio-regional, democratic, transparent, and whole-systems approach to using business for good.

Dr. Nika White-400

Dr. Nika White (she/her) is a national authority and fearless advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion. As an award-winning management and leadership consultant, keynote speaker, published author, and executive practitioner for DEI efforts across business, government, non-profit and education.

Dr. White helps organizations break barriers and integrate diversity into their business frameworks. Her work has led to designation by Forbes as a Top10 D&I Trailblazer.

Dr. White is the author of two books: “The Intentional Inclusionist®” and “Next Level Inclusionist: Transforming Your Work and Yourself for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Success.”

The Role of Male Allies in Creating
Cultures of Inclusion and Belonging

Friday, March 26th, 2021
9:00am PST, 12:00pm EST
75 minutes via Zoom

When it comes to raising the voices, power, and social influence of marginalized groups and communities experiencing discrimination and exclusion, men are needed as allies in order to create a workplace and a world that works for all of us. During this powerful panel discussion with male allies, you will learn how to take inspired action at work to support the global shift toward greater equity, inclusion, and belonging.

The Role of Male Allies in Creating Cultures of Inclusion and Belonging

Friday, March 26th, 2021
12:00pm PST, 3:00pm EST
75 minutes via Zoom

When it comes to raising the voices, power, and social influence of marginalized groups and communities experiencing discrimination and exclusion, men are needed as allies in order to create a workplace and a world that works for all of us. During this powerful panel discussion with male allies, you will learn how to take inspired action at work to support the global shift toward greater equity, inclusion, and belonging.

SPEAKERS

Brian McComak-400

Brian McComak (he/him/ LGBTQ) is the Founder and CEO of Hummingbird Humanity anda diversity and inclusion consultant, speaker, and author with over 25 years of experience in D&I, human resources, and operations management. He is also an instructor at Lynn University and sits on the DEI Advisory Board for ph.Creative.

Brian has worked at some of the world’s leading brands, including The Walt Disney Company, L’Oreal, Christie’s Auction House, and Red Lobster. Before starting his consulting firm, he was Global Head of Inclusion for Tapestry, the home of Coach, Kate Spade & Stuart Weitzman.

Brian came out as a gay man in his early 20s. As a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, a person with a disability, and the son of a veteran, he is a fierce advocate for all underrepresented groups.

Willie Jackson

Willie Jackson (he/him) is Head of Learning & Development at ReadySet, a high-touch boutique consulting firm specializing in making more equitable, diverse, and inclusive work environments. Willie is also a passionate keynote speaker about subjects related to leadership and DEI.

Willie’s belief in the transformative power of media to change narratives led him to found Abernathy, a magazine for black men backed by companies like Mailchimp, Atlassian, and WeWork. In its four year run, Abernathy published 400+ articles and produced a series of curated events for diverse professionals across the nation. Willie lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Vince Gugliemetti

Vince Gugliemetti (he/him) is the Vice President Intel Corporation Operations General Manager Corporate Services Americas Manufacturing Operations.

Vince takes pride in creating an inclusive environment and was recognized as Intel Inclusive Leader of the Year in 2017. He declared his commitment to making the company 40% gender diverse by 2025 at Intel Costa Rica.

Inclusive Leadership and his passion for developing others to achieve more than they believe possible is what motivates Vince. He is a strong believer that when you combine technical excellence with leading people in a positive way, you can do anything. He lives in Gilbert, AZ with his wife and two children.

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Kyle Grubman (he/him) is a Principal Learning & Development Partner at LinkedIn where he designs and delivers learning experiences that promote employee transformation. Prior to joining LinkedIn, he received his MBA from the University of Michigan with a focus in positive organizational scholarship. On campus, he was one of the founding members of a male ally group within Michigan Business Women that aimed to engage more men in the gender equity conversation.

He strives to create and maintain communities where people can thrive, where they feel a sense of vitality and personal growth.  Kyle happily lives in Chicago, Illinois.

Gender, Equity, & the Future of Work

Wednesday, April 21st, 2021
8:00am PST, 11:00am EST
75 minutes via Zoom

What is your company doing to create a more inclusive economy?

Imagine a workplace where people of all colors and races are able to climb every ring of the corporate ladder — and where the lessons we learn about diversity at work actually transform the things we do, think, and say outside the office. How do we get there? In this candid panel of women, we will explore the mindset and heartset needed to give women the leverage to lead and support business to be a force for good.

Gender, Equity, & the Future of Work

Wednesday, April 21st, 2021
8:00am PST, 11:00am EST
75 minutes via Zoom

What is your company doing to create a more inclusive economy?

Imagine a workplace where people of all colors and races are able to climb every ring of the corporate ladder — and where the lessons we learn about diversity at work actually transform the things we do, think, and say outside the office. How do we get there? In this candid panel of women, we will explore the mindset and heartset needed to give women the leverage to lead and support business to be a force for good.

SPEAKERS

Jennifer-Brown-400

Jennifer Brown (she/her, LGBTQ) is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant, and author. As the successful founder and CEO of Jennifer Brown Consulting, headquartered in New York City.

She is the author of two books, “Inclusion: Diversity, The New Workplace and The Will to Change” and “How To Be An Inclusive Leader: Your Role in Creating Cultures of Belonging Where Everyone Can Thrive”.

She is also host of the popular podcast – “Will to Change”.

Rhea Singhal

Rhea Mazumdar Singhal (she/her) is the Founder and CEO of Ecoware, India’s first and largest sustainable packaging company. By founding Ecoware, Rhea created a new packaging paradigm in India that recognized a natural, eco-friendly and easily affordable alternative to commoditsed single-use plastics.

Rhea was awarded the Nari Shakti Puraskar, the country’s highest civilian honor for women by the President of India. Rhea is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum, an Asia 21 Young Leader of the Asia Society and an Impact Hero 2021 of the Earth Company. Rhea is the chairperson of the northern region of the Indian Women Network and an invited member to two national industry committees promoting clean air and women empowerment.

Rhea is highlighted as one of the conscious and inclusive leaders in Carley’s book Shine-Ignite your inner game to lead consciously at work and in the world.

Mita Mallick-400

Mita Mallick (she/her) works as head of inclusion, equity, and impact at Carta. She is a passionate storyteller and one of the top LinkedIN voices of 2021. She has crafted powerful stories for iconic brands like AVEENO, AVON Color Cosmetics, Chapstick, Vaseline, Suave and Dove. She is passionate about diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, ensuring black and brown people are represented in campaigns.

Mita believes diversity of thought doesn’t happen without diversity of representation. When you have all those points of views, life experiences, and cultural backgrounds coming together around a table.

Honor the Mother

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2021
12:00pm PST, 3:00pm EST
90 minutes via Zoom

With the world opening up, it is time to get clear on what we have learned, what we are taking forth, what kind of world we want to build together that is honoring each other and the planet.

Would you like to reconnect to your body, your inner knowing, each other, and the sacred?

In honor of the divine earth mother and the greater feminine in all of us, Carley and Erin will guide you through a beautiful journey of powerful practices to stay and feel grounded amidst uncertainty, ambiguity, and the complex problems we are navigating.  You will walk away feeling the deeper connection to your innate wisdom, your body, the earth body, and the greater collective body in order to align with inspired action in love and service of people and planet.

Learn a regenerative way of living, leading, and stewardship that honors all beings.

Honor the Mother

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2021
12:00pm PST, 3:00pm EST
90 minutes via Zoom

With the world opening up, it is time to get clear on what we have learned, what we are taking forth, what kind of world we want to build together that is honoring each other and the planet.

Would you like to reconnect to your body, your inner knowing, each other, and the sacred?

In honor of the divine earth mother and the greater feminine in all of us, Carley and Erin will guide you through a beautiful journey of powerful practices to stay and feel grounded amidst uncertainty, ambiguity, and the complex problems we are navigating.  You will walk away feeling the deeper connection to your innate wisdom, your body, the earth body, and the greater collective body in order to align with inspired action in love and service of people and planet.

Learn a regenerative way of living, leading, and stewardship that honors all beings.

Team Carley-v4

Carley Hauck is a senior learning architect, leadership development professional, executive coach, skilled facilitator, and people/culture builder.  She holds a masters in Organizational Psychology.

Since 2010, she has supported leaders in Fortune 100 companies and high growth start-ups such as: LinkedIn, Bank of the West, Pixar, Asana, Genentech, Clif Bar & Company, and many others with successful large scale learning initiatives, strategy, inclusive manager development, and powerful trainings.  Carley is an adjunct instructor at UC Berkeley Haas School of Business and Stanford University.

Carley has a passion for diversity, inclusion, belonging, and valuing different perspectives. In her new book, Shine-Ignite your inner game to lead consciously at work, she showcases a blueprint to creating a workplace and world that works for everyone and is living in greater harmony with the planet. Carley believes that business is the largest platform for positive change and wants to inspire leaders and business to use it as a force for good.

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Dr Erin Mcmorrow holds a doctorate in policy, planning, and development from the University of Southern California, studied political and social thought at the University of Virginia, and served as the director of housing policy with the Los Angeles Coalition to End Hunger and Homelessness.

Erin has made it her life’s work to help solve our planet’s pressing catastrophe through the lens of the divine feminine. In her new book Grounded, she offers a unique solution to help fix our broken planet—if we channel our inner warrior by working with the soil, we’ll find the divine interconnectedness of the climate and ourselves.

After all, we are made of the same carbon as the atmosphere.  She is also a certified yoga teacher, craniosacral therapist, and entrepreneur living in Los Angeles.

How to Be a Climate Optimist

Tuesday, May 4th, 2021
9:00am PST, 12:00pm EST
75 minutes via Zoom

With radical collaboration and relentless optimism, we will make the 2020 climate turning point a reality. Did you know that In 2016, renewables supplied more than half the global electricity demand growth. Additionally, as of the first quarter of 2017, electric car company Telsa has surpassed GM and Ford to become America’s most valuable car company.

To build a sustainable, equitable future and not continue on the pathway of past mistakes, we have to change the practices of environmentalism, individually, in business, and collectively. In this powerful panel, learn how you can practice effective allyship and environmental stewardship. Create inspired and committed action today!

How to Be a Climate Optimist

Tuesday, May 4th, 2021
9:00am PST, 12:00pm EST
75 minutes via Zoom

With radical collaboration and relentless optimism, we will make the 2020 climate turning point a reality. Did you know that In 2016, renewables supplied more than half the global electricity demand growth. Additionally, as of the first quarter of 2017, electric car company Telsa has surpassed GM and Ford to become America’s most valuable car company.

To build a sustainable, equitable future and not continue on the pathway of past mistakes, we have to change the practices of environmentalism, individually, in business, and collectively. In this powerful panel, learn how you can practice effective allyship and environmental stewardship. Create inspired and committed action today!

SPEAKERS

Anne Therese-400

Anne Therese Gennari is a self-proclaimed climate optimist, environmental activist, and the co-founder of Role Models Management, a talent agency that puts ethics, sustainability, and social justice at its core. The agency came to life from the desire to build a platform where models are given a voice to speak up about things they believe in. In doing so, we want to show that empowered models can help shift pop-culture in the direction needed for a better world.

Anne is the host of the podcast, “Hey Change”, which aims to inspire listeners to embrace curiosity and positivity, as well as promote an ethical and sustainable way of life.

Rob Herring-400

Rob Herring is an environmental filmmaker and musical activist. He directed/produced/wrote The Need To GROW, winner of multiple Best Documentary awards and seen in 175 countries around the world.

Rob worked on the critically acclaimed GMO OMG, and is a Producer on the follow up to the world famous Zeitgeist Trilogy. As a musician, Rob writes songs for health and eco activism, and headlined the Rock For Nature concert in Berlin for 25,000 people.

Josh Tetrick-400

Joshua Tetrick is the CEO/Founder of Eat JUST a technology company shaping the future of food. It has a mission to bring healthier and affordable food to everyone, everywhere, using the world’s first database of plants to support less animal degradation and reforestation due to the consumption of animals for food.

What is JUST’s main value: Help the climate? Fight hunger? Animal welfare? Yes, all 3. Prior to founding Eat JUST Josh led a United Nations business initiative in Kenya, worked for both former President Clinton and the President of Liberia, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, and taught street children as a Fulbright Scholar in Nigeria and South Africa.