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August 22nd, 2023

Your Brain at Work: Zeitgeist-Proof Your DEI Strategy with Janet M. Stovall

In 2020, corporations worldwide voiced their commitment to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion.

In 2023, it’s a much different story.

In a world where skepticism and outright hostility toward the very concept of DEI are now mainstream, many leaders and organizations are rethinking and retreating from their DEI commitments—slashing budgets, muzzling statements, and going back to “business as usual”.

But this isn’t the end of DEI. Or at least it doesn’t have to be.

On this episode of Your Brain at Work Live, Dr. David Rock (Co-Founder & CEO, NeuroLeadership Institute) and Janet M. Stovall (Global Head of DEI, NeuroLeadership Institute) investigate what it takes to zeitgeist-proof DEI. Together, we’ll explore how to build objective, measurable strategies that can stand firm in tough times and realize true business impact.

Learn more about our upcoming DEI Master Class: https://neuroleadership.com/deinext

Learn more about our DEI Community of Practice:  https://neuroleadership.com/practice-area-diversity-equity-inclusion

Review the NeuroLeadership Summit program and register: https://summit.neuroleadership.com/program-2023/

Explore Consulting at the NeuroLeadership Institute: https://neuroleadership.com/thinking-partnerships/

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Over the last several months, there's been a great deal of talk about the use cases for artificial intelligence. Millions around the world are excited about the creative potential, labor, and time savings that AI might unlock. But AI's use cases don't end there. In this episode of Your Brain At Work, our co-founder, Dr. David Rock connects with Dr. Teodor Grantcharov (Professor of Surgery at Stanford University and Associate Chief Quality Officer for Innovation and Safety at Stanford Healthcare) to explore a fascinating new use case for AI: saving lives in the operating room. Listen on for a fascinating exploration of how we might use AI to augment, rather than supplant, our humanity.

How do organizations that prioritize psychological safety differ — in terms of business performance — from those that don't? What cognitive levers should organizations think about when executing change initiatives in order to manage threat, motivate their teams and drive positive business outcomes? On this episode of Your Brain at Work Live, Dr. Emma Sarro and Dr. Ryan Curl provide answers to these questions and more — sharing key findings from our latest NeuroLeadership Journal, "Managing Threat Response in the Workplace".

As we prepare for the 19th NeuroLeadership Summit, we invite you to learn about the most important things we've learned over the past 15 years at the NeuroLeadership Summit and get a sneak peek at what's to come at RECALIBRATE: The 2023 NeuroLeadership Summit.

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