Welcome to Pride Global’s first miniseries for But First, People, presented in partnership with the National Minority Supplier Development Council. Have you ever been curious about minority-owned businesses? Been interested in expanding your diversity spend? Or perhaps you’re considering how these kinds of DEI goals can impact your business? If so, this is the podcast for you.
My name is Rahdiah Barnes, your host for this miniseries, and along with the rest of the Pride Global team, I’m excited to be teaming up with NMSDC to explore this important topic. We are excited to bring you this podcast. We’ll be meeting with other Corporate Plus members and sponsors to learn how being minority-owned companies has shaped their business strategies, the relationship between sponsorship and membership, and much much more. Join us each month to listen in and learn from their stories. Hope to see you there!
Episode 7: Staying in the Mental Blue Zone
Emotional-intelligence expert and executive coach Kelly Newman gives Kamela the details on how leaders can foster greater psychologically safety in the workplace.
Dr. Tiffany Dotson
Episode 6: Be Learned, Not Educated
Kamela Forbes is joined by her predecessor at Pride, Dr. Tiffany Dotson, to discuss the DEI professional's journey and how she's teaching leaders to be better followers.
Episode 5: Connecting Talent With Tim Tobin
For her first episode hosting But First, People, Jenny Davis talks about the importance of connecting talent with opportunity with Tim Tobin, head of Russell Tobin and Pride Health.