• Investing in Local Communities – Business as a Force for Good

    16 FEB. 2023 · Ademola (Dem) Adewale-Sadik, Walker Brumskine, and Michael Nance will discuss: their success in founding Yellow Banana, a U.S. based retail firm that owns and operates 38 Black-owned grocery stores generating over $130 USD million in revenue; their career trajectories since meeting as students at Yale Law School; their commitment to becoming entrepreneurs, and to help underserved communities; as well as their decision to also launch the holding company, 127 Wall. The conversation will also explore the ways that principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion, including their own personal stories, have shaped their leadership styles, and influenced their professional decisions. They provide advice to other entrepreneurs looking to launch impactful ventures; as well as to law students and MBAs as they begin their professional journeys.
    45m 13s
  • Exploring evolving concepts of inclusion within INSEAD and corporate culture

    15 DIC. 2022 · Maxime Lejeune and Emmanuel Goldstein explore Emmanuel’s impressive leadership journey and career trajectory at top investment bank, Morgan Stanley. They also examine the ways that concepts of inclusion have evolved within the INSEAD business school community, and throughout global corporate culture. As a current student, and leader of the OUTSEAD LGBTQ+ student club, Maxime seeks insights from Emmanuel based on the role that he played in the early days of launching the student club, and its growth over two decades. Emmanuel also shares pivotal lessons learned from DEI initiatives that he sponsored at Morgan Stanley.
    33m 52s
  • Designing inclusive programmes and navigating intergenerational teams at Johnson & Johnson

    15 DIC. 2022 · Jim Sarka explores issues of leadership, designing inclusive practices, and navigating intergenerational workplaces as part of Johnson & Johnson’s expansive DEI efforts. Jim describes the evolution of J&J’s Intergenerational Employee Resource Group (ERG), called GenerationNow, which addresses the topic of ageism professional settings, and the successful management of different generations within J&J’s workforce. In addition, Jim shares keen insights on the critical importance of access to healthcare; differential levels of access for those who fall along different parts of the socio-economic spectrum; and the innovations that J&J established to tackle these crucial challenges.
    40m 41s
  • Building an effective framework for DEI to deliver authentic, long-term success

    15 DIC. 2022 · Ripa Rashid reflects on her 25+ year career trajectory and leadership journey across 3 continents. She provides an insightful examination of basic concepts and core principles of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), an area in which she is a published author and has been a corporate leader at global blue-chip companies Ripa discusses her formative experiences with inclusion within the INSEAD community, and shares guidance for MBA students on building core competencies for becoming more successful global leaders through inclusion. Ripa offers compelling perspectives on evidence-based DEI strategies and practices that lie at the heart of effective leadership, and that spur innovation and improved business outcomes for all.
    50m 40s
  • How Netflix made significant investments in diverse communities to foster inclusion​

    12 DIC. 2022 · Dean Garfield shares insights into the development and launch of Netflix’s groundbreaking $100 million investment in banks and financial institutions that support Black communities in the U.S. He also explores Netflix’s comprehensive DEI initiatives, and outlines ways that other business leaders can foster inclusive work cultures and environments. Dean provides advice for current and future MBA students as they embark on new professional journeys.
    29m 45s
  • The importance of building intentional, bold, and data-driven inclusion strategies 

    12 DIC. 2022 · Liz McAuliffe outlines Deloitte’s extensive DEI initiatives – including gender, gender identity, ethnicity, accessibility, mental health, and return to work. She also explores crucial DEI strategies, as well as the importance of data and transparency, for business leaders seeking to build strong inclusive cultures and programmes. Liz identifies a range of DEI challenges, and how to successfully navigate these obstacles. For MBA students, and future business leaders, Liz identifies the core competencies needed to foster allyship and inclusive environments.
    31m 19s
  • Exploring the importance of DEI frameworks and the ‘virtuous circle’ of diversity and inclusion

    12 DIC. 2022 · Dirk Luyten explores core tenets of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Dirk highlights three important DEI frameworks from his work with senior business leaders, and describes the “virtuous circle” of diversity and inclusion. He shares how he has seen DEI evolve at INSEAD over 30 years as an engaged member of the business school community. He also provides guidance for current and incoming MBA students on how to become future inclusive leaders.
    23m 52s
  • How business leaders can craft successful DEI strategies for the Asia-Pacific region

    12 DIC. 2022 · Shoon Lim shares keen insights on how business leaders can craft successful DEI strategies for the Asia-Pacific region, including: how companies should think about the best profiles to lead their DEI strategy. She also explore the ways in which an organisation’s DEI initiatives should evolve and demonstrate versatility at different stages of implementation. Shoon reflects on the key strengths that business leaders can develop to cultivate a sense of belonging within their teams, and an environment where all can thrive within their organisations.
    27m 55s

INSEAD Executive Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Sharon Brooks, interviews DEI practitioners and other business leaders about ways that organisations have moved beyond merely pledging a commitment to diversity,...

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INSEAD Executive Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Sharon Brooks, interviews DEI practitioners and other business leaders about ways that organisations have moved beyond merely pledging a commitment to diversity, to making substantial investments in inclusion efforts that significantly impact both their organisations, and the communities in which they operate.
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