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Podcast - The science of what makes work meaningful
Kate Davis talks with Dr. David Rock about what makes for meaningful work. David is the Co-Founder & CEO of NeuroLeadership Institute, a cognitive science consultancy that has advised some of the biggest companies. He is also the author of four books including Your Brain at Work.
Video - How marketers mess up Pride month
Brands are flying their rainbow flags to celebrate Pride, but are they allies all year round? This week, Jeff Beer takes a look at how brands approach Pride this month and the controversy around corporate participation.
Podcast - What's driving the new labor movement?
Kate Davis is joined by Kim Kelly to discuss what’s behind the new labor movement and what both employees and managers should be thinking about at their workplaces. Kim is the author of FIGHT LIKE HELL: The Untold History of American Labor. Her writing on labor, class, politics, and culture has appeared in The New Republic, The Washington Post, The New York Times, and more.
Video - A business behind boundaries: Planned Parenthood
Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country are again fighting for Roe v. Wade. We visited a Planned Parenthood in Ann Arbor, Michigan to understand how they'll continue providing vital services if Roe v. Wade is overturned.
Podcast - How can washing clothes help cut down our impact on the climate?
Hanesbrands Chief Sustainability Officer Chris Fox explains how the underwear giant has paired up with Tide to encourage people to wash with cold water. Then Dr. Andrea Huvard of California Lutheran University delves into the impact that laundry has on our sea life, specifically from the microfibers released.
Video - This COO's hope for Trans visibility in business
Avantha Arachchi spent one year interviewing for the CIA and was rejected due to her gender identity. She then refocused her efforts and partnered with like-minded people to create A-Frame Brands—a branding solution for underserved communities. With such clients as Gabrielle Union, Dwayne Wade, and Naomi Osaka, A-Frame is addressing problems that disproportionately impact millions of people.
Podcast - How one woman is getting BIPOC creators a seat at the table
In this episode with Annelise Campbell and Monica Veloz, we cover everything from how creators of color should view their work to holding brands accountable for the work that still needs to be done.
Video - How this CEO is changing the way we bake
Bread Alone is the first commercial bakery in the US to Operate on 100% renewable energy bakery. The family run business have been baking with organic grains since our first loaf in 1983. This is Fast Company's Changing the Game.
Podcast - This talent agency is making room for deaf and disabled creators
 In this episode, we cover how C Talent is making navigating the creator economy and Hollywood more equitable and inclusive.
Video - Why women are the answer to sports equity
What if women’s sports teams get higher TV ratings than men’s? Or sell more merchandise? Or have a higher attendance at their games than men’s teams? This year, on the 50th anniversary of the passage of Title IX, Natalie Portman, Julie Uhrman, and Kara Norton—cofounders of the brand-new Angel City FC, a National Women’s Soccer League expansion team—intend to find out.
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