We launch series two on ‘In Conversation With’ with the first ‘Coronavirus Special’ episode.
In this week’s episode, our Head of Advocacy and Engagement, Dinah Williams speaks to Sheryl Puterman, around the topic of overcoming and accepting life-changing events. Sheryl and her family are survivors of the 2004 Asian Tsunami, a life-changing event that left Sheryl feeling overwhelmed and anxious, with a deep understanding of human vulnerability.
Since this life-changing event, Sheryl has studied and trained internationally to became a mind-body nutrition and wellness practitioner. She is also an expert in stress relief management and conscious relationships.
Sheryl and Dinah share an open conversation around the importance of building small, daily habits to overcome stressful situations, breaking the mold of self-deprecating thoughts, and accepting the feeling of ‘survivors guilt’ and much, much more.
In Conversation with… is a podcast series in celebration of the fantastic work being actioned in the world of diversity and inclusion.
Through hard-hitting topics, sharing of personal experiences and being comfortable with having uncomfortable conversations, In Diverse Company brings a refreshing series of weekly interviews with change champions across the industry.
Johanna launched In Diverse Company in 2019 out of a strong belief that there was a better way to create and measure inclusive cultures.
We set up our events programme to share some truly inspirational stories and provide evidence of the power of inclusion within the workplace, as well as an opportunity for networking, talking through issues and challenges and creating a community for those working along a D&I journey.
We live by our values, and our approach to our own recruitment policy, team and purpose reflects this. We are a tech company driven by a senior team that are experts in people, with one of the only female CEOs of a HR tech platform across the world.
Our Learning Platform, Include™ is the only LXP that combines Learning and Engagement. Include aims to create more inclusive working cultures and is underpinned by social and behavioural psychology principles.