Special Episodes – Episode 6 – Inclusion

Podcast Recap

Welcome to our latest series, Special Episodes! In short, Special Episodes are episodes that don’t quite fit into our usual podcast format, but that we want to share with our listeners anyway because we find them special and inspirational.

In the sixth episode of the series, we are looking into the power of Inclusion with Paula Rosecky. She is a long-time Market Researcher, Facilitator & Mindset Coach in Seattle. She regularly facilitates community listening sessions and conducts personal and professional development workshops online. Through DEI training, she helps small and medium-sized businesses create a better sense of belonging for their employees.   

Paula received her MBA from RIT through the U.S. Business School in Prague and a bachelor’s degree in sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She has 20+ years of client-side and service-side experience in qualitative market research methods including ethnography and UX. This international and research background has fueled her ability to create spaces of empathy and belonging to empower people to be better allies and leaders.

During this episode, we discuss topics such as:

  • What is inclusion
  • The power of inclusion and belonging
  • How to overcome biases

You can learn more about Paula and her work from her LinkedIn!

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Andrew Cannon

Andrew has spent his career building a deep understanding of people’s values, attitudes and behaviors in order to help business people make better decisions. Over the last few years, Andrew has used this knowledge and his research skills to deep-dive into the art and science of joy.
Andrew’s journey in business has taught him many lessons about leadership; about the importance of purpose and people, as well as profits, and about the role joy can play in companies to elevate both personal and business success.