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Strategies for Collaboration and Strong Relationships in the Workplace with Sally Helgesen (Ep. #79)

Wendy Hanson
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Strategies for Collaboration and Strong Relationships in the Workplace with Sally Helgesen (Ep. #79)

Welcome to "Building Better Managers" the podcast that brings you insightful conversations and actionable strategies for creating an inclusive and thriving workplace. With your host, Wendy Hanson, and in today's episode, we have a very special guest, Sally Helgesen, joining us.

Diversity and inclusion are more than just buzzwords; they are essential for driving success in any organization. In this episode, we'll explore why cultivating a diverse workforce is so crucial. We'll uncover the tangible benefits it brings, such as enhanced creativity, innovation, and increased productivity. By collaborating with individuals from different backgrounds, we can make better decisions and adapt more effectively to our rapidly changing global market.

Meet Sally Helgesen

  • Sally Helgesen is a globally recognized leadership expert, speaker, and author with an extensive background in women's leadership development.
  • She has received acclaim for her groundbreaking work on fostering inclusive workplaces and bridging divides through her bestselling books, including "Rising Together: How We Can Bridge Divides and Create a More Inclusive Workplace" and "How Women Rise" (co-authored with Marshall Goldsmith).
  • Sally's work extends beyond writing, as she has delivered impactful workshops, keynotes, and coaching sessions to numerous organizations and professionals worldwide, helping them unlock their full potential and thrive in their careers.

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