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Daniela Lobo
Global Brand and Digital Marketing Director, Talent Engagement @ Johnson & Johnson

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Believe in creating real change in your business and further, the world. Think about “what change will you create in the world?" This is work that requires a real sense of ambition, fearlessness, comfort with ambiguity and the unknown, but you can always be the part of the change that transforms organizations, societies, and people. Personally, I’m a huge believer in envisioning and writing down on paper what you want.

#mid-level professional #extrovert #all Industries #leadership skills
Jessica Tillyer
Managing Creative Director @ SYPartners

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Put yourself in the shoes of the person having a certain experience and think about what you would want. Then challenge your thought process.

#entry level professional #introvert #all Industries #team work
Gina Soloperto
Consultant @ Glue

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Most of the diversity and inclusion programs never last because creating diversity is changing human behavior - it comes in stages and needs a systemic approach. First, you need to get everyone on board, from leadership to interns. Then you have to make it part of the fabric of the company, not an extracurricular activity.

#any level #ambivert #strategy #team work
Tiffany Edwards
Engagement & Inclusion Director @ Droga5

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Getting to know team mates doesn't have to be "fluffy". Learning more about how everyone works, thinks, needs support and can give support will go a long way into fostering a better environment leading to better work.

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Jenny Cavaioli
Strategist & Org Designer @ Independent Consultant

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