Manage episode 377810567 series 2733249
“Inclusion starts at our kitchen tables. If you aren't building cross-cultural relationships - actively learning about a lived experience not your own - how do you expect to show up differently as an inclusive leader?”
Mita Mallick is a corporate change-maker, and the author of a new book — Reimagine Inclusion: Debunking 13 Myths To Transform Your Workplace. Mita’s an outspoken share of innovative and thought-provoking ideas in the area of inclusion and equity — and has a track record of transforming businesses. Mita's currently Carta’s head of Inclusion, equity and Impact, and the co-host of Brown Table Talk, a top LinkedIn podcast where she helps break down the challenges women of color face in the workplace. Mita’s extensive career - as a fierce advocate of including and representing Black and Brown communities - has crossed orgs like Carta, Unilever, Pfizer, AVON, Johnson & Johnson and more - as she’s a sought after speaker and coach to start-up founders, executives, and public CEOs. Mita’s a LinkedIn Top Voice, a contributor for Harvard Business Review, Adweek, Entrepreneur and Fast Company, and has been featured in the The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time Magazine, Forbes, Axios, Essence, Cosmopolitan Magazine, and Business Insider.
This is a conversation from Raman’s other podcast, Modern Minorities, where each week we share minority conversations for all of our majority years. You’ll enjoy this candid conversation about Mita’s experiences and learnings from her new - and confront our own biases and myths. You can order Mita’s book here:
Reimagine Inclusion: Debunking 13 Myths To Transform Your Workplace