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102 “Quietly Quitting” DEI Commitments: A Call to Authentic Leadership
Episode 10216th August 2023 • The Happy Executive Woman Podcast • Anita Charlot
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Recent revelations, like McDonald’s subtle website adjustments about DEI initiatives, raise crucial questions about corporate consistency and authenticity. As a Black female conscious leadership consultant, I’m intimately familiar with the nuances and significance of such shifts.

Are we observing the start of a trend where companies “quietly quit” their commitments to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) and Employee Support Groups (ESG)?

Join me inside the episode to learn more…

What You Learn:

  • That we could be witnessing a silent retreat when it comes do DEI efforts… or in more familiar terms, “quiet quitting”
  • Leaders genuinely concerned about racial and social inequalities shouldn’t view this as a momentary lapse but a persistent commitment
  • A call to action for conscious leaders seeking to make a lasting impact
  • How I can help you as an executive coach and advisory board member

Featured on the Show:

Meet Anita Charlot – your conscious leadership consultant, trainer, and all-around advisor for conscious businesses. Anita digs deep into the big “why’s” of your business, walking you through how your purpose, values, and social impact can go hand in hand with your bottom line.

She’s all about helping leaders like you make sense of your place in the world, using real-world strategies, metaphysical insights, and philosophical principles to navigate decisions that sync up your business actions with what matters most for your Black and Brown employees.

Anita is passionate about guiding leaders through the ins and outs of allyship – from what it means to be an ally to the different levels of it. She creates a “no judgment” zone for you to ask all those “uncomfortable questions” and helps you create a supportive environment that forms a “glass bridge” instead of a “glass cliff” for Black and Brown women in leadership roles.

Anita is also the go-to person for Powerful Women of Color who’ve dealt with corporate trauma and are looking to bounce back and thrive, no matter where they work.

If you’re a member of the C-Suite or an up-and-coming leader who wants to take the first step towards a more conscious and inclusive leadership style, click to book time on Anita’s calendar:

If you’re a Black or Brown woman ready to heal from corporate trauma and empower yourself professionally, contact Anita:

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Are you ready? Reach out to Anita Charlot today.

Let’s make a positive change together.