Leaning in to resilience to fuel racial justice!
April 12, 2021
Hosted by Beth Page, Ph.D.
How does resilience show up when you lead racial equity work in the non-profit, philanthropic and private sector as a Black woman? Listen in this week when Organizational Change Luminary Maegan Scott joins Beth in the resilience conversation. Maegan shares how her resilience journey identified the triggers that were causing her to re-experience racial trauma in the workplace leading her to create an affirming space for Black, Indigenous, and other people of color wishing to dismantle systems of oppression and make way for a reimagined, liberated society. In Episode 6 of Resilience & You we will learn more about Wayfinding Partners, and how Maegan leans in to her resilience to fuel racial justice work!
Resilience & You
Monday at 10 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Business Channel
Resilience and You is designed for those who would like to strengthen their resilience, particularly in times of challenge and uncertainty. We interview resilient humans to learn from their stories about how resilience can be strengthened, at work and beyond. Kathryn McEwen, an organizational psychologist operating out of Australia, defines resilience as “an individual’s capacity to manage the everyday stress of work and remain healthy, rebound and learn from unexpected setbacks and prepare for future challenges proactively.” Resilience invites us to slow down, create a pause, take a breath and embrace curiosity. Resilience is currently receiving a lot of media attention. Our efforts to cultivate workplaces of belonging and performance amidst COVID-19 are yielding resilience challenges for leaders and employees alike. Resilience positively enhances our conflict handling skills, our capacity for managing everyday stressors and our capacity for navigating the many relationships we have.
Beth Page, Ph.D.
Beth Page, Ph.D. is an author, consultant, coach, educator, international speaker and Dream Catcher Consulting founder. As a consultant and professional certified coach, Beth helps support people and organizations to honor the human dimension of change. She is a certified Emotional Intelligence Coach (EQ in Action). She is accredited to administer the Resilience At Work assessment and works with leaders to cultivate greater resilience, which has been particularly valuable amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. She is passionate about supporting leaders and organizations in cultivating communities of belonging. Her books include Change Happens: Your Guide to Navigating Change using the 5C Model, now in its 2nd edition, Done Deal: Your Guide to Merger and Acquisition Integration, and a chapter in the best-selling Awakening the Workplace. She also collaborated on a co-authored chapter in Leading with Spirit, Presence and Authenticity published by Jossey-Bass. Beth holds degrees from Pepperdine University, Western Illinois University, Carleton University and she completed her Ph.D. at the University of Victoria.