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Rhonda Magee and Tanya Odom
Why It’s Vital for Leaders to Address the Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
Rhonda V. Magee is Professor of Law at the University of San Francisco, and is an internationally-recognized thought and practice leader on integrating Mindfulness into Higher Education, Law and Social Justice and a Fellow of the Mind and Life Institute. Professor Magee is the author of numerous law review articles, including “Educating Lawyers to Meditate?” (2011); “The Way of ColorInsight: Understanding Race and Law Effectively Using Mindfulness-Based ColorInsight Practices” (2016); and of a forthcoming book on Mindfulness and Social Justice to be published by TarcherPerigee, a member of the Penguin Random House Group.
Tanya M. Odom, Ed.M. is a global consultant, writer, coach, and diversity, equity, and inclusion and civil rights thought leader. She has worked for over 20 years, in over 40 countries focusing on areas including: Diversity and Inclusion, Inclusive Leadership, Race/Racism, Challenging Conversations, Mindfulness, Coaching, Innovation and Creativity, Coaching, Educational Equity, and Youth Empowerment/mentoring. Tanya’s unique portfolio career has allowed her to work in the education, private sector/corporate, not-for-profit/NGO, law enforcement, and in university/college arenas.
Tanya is the co-author of “Evaluation in the Field of Education for Democracy, Human Rights, and Tolerance.” Tanya is a contributor to the Huffington Post, and cnn.com.
Tanya was named by Diversity Best Practices as “A Diversity Thought Leader to Follow on Twitter” and recently featured in Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the "3 Women Entrepreneurs Who Unleash Their Energy for the Greater Good."
In this session, Rhonda and Tanya will cover:
- Recognizing opportunities for conversations about differences
- Why we must each ask ourselves: "What are some of the ways I include or DON'T include people?"
- The value of community based learning groups
- Ways to build trust between people and groups of different backgrounds
We apologize that there a few places during this session where there are brief technical problems. We really hope you'll watch this conversation--it's a very important discussion.
How to Harness Business as a Force for Good
Rinaldo S. Brutoco is an entrepreneur, executive, author and futurist, and the Founding President of the World Business Academy. Rinaldo has published numerous cutting-edge articles and books that address the role and responsibility of business in relation to the critical moral, environmental, and social concerns of the day. For over 30 years Rinaldo has been widely recognized as a practical visionary and change agent. Mr. Brutoco is an economics and business expert specializing in energy policy, renewable energy, finance, innovation, and the causes for, and adaptation strategies for, climate change. He is an international leader in advancing the nature of good corporate governance, corporate accountability, business transparency, and solutions for corporations to fulfill their social compact by providing goods and services that the public needs and wants in appropriate and financially prudent ways. He received a Congressional Commendation in October, 2010 for his outstanding contributions to the field of corporate responsibility.
In this session, Rinaldo will cover:
- Why you cannot make a positive difference if you're out of integrity with yourself
- How to use holistic thinking to see where you can have the biggest impact
- How to practice business on a day-to-day basis for the good of the whole
- The importance of identifying what you'd like your legacy to be, and how to let that drive you forward
How Leaders Can Reclaim Their Lives Through Mindful Living
Melli O’Brien is an internationally accredited meditation and yoga teacher who specializes in ‘immersion’ mindfulness retreats. Known for her down-to-earth, engaging and authentic teaching, she has guided thousands of people through her popular retreats and courses. She is also a speaker and co-founder and host of The Mindfulness Summit, the world’s largest mindfulness conference. Her work has been featured in the Huffington Post, Sydney Morning Herald, Elephant Journal, Yoga Journal and more. Her passion is demystifying, simplifying (and showing the science behind) the world’s wisdom teachings and making them accessible and practical for everyday people.
In this session, Melli will cover:
- How to stop “just getting things done,” and start engaging in a more meaningful life and leadership style
- How to turn around the habit of leaving your life in auto-pilot mode
- Tools to overcome negative-thinking patterns that undermine your intentions
- How to use your mind as an instrument for well being and balance