Silicon ValleySpeaking Up to Make a Difference

Speaking Up to Make a Difference

Join Barbie Brewer, Chief People Officer at Marqueta Inc. as we discuss speaking up to make a difference.

As we become more global, inclusion becomes even more important. We can’t assume that we all have the same foundation in regard to diversity and inclusion. Speaking when necessary, and in a productive way, can make the difference in building a culture in which everyone feels they belong. Seeking to understand intent and helping others realize their impact can make a meaningful difference at your company and shouldn’t stop at HR.

 

Learning Objectives: 

– Building a desire to empower your organization to part of the solution to inclusion
– Accepting that we all make mistakes. Some of the mistakes are better coached than “judged”.
– Reminding people that Diversity drives a much greater need to focus on Inclusion and Belonging
– Inspiring everyone in the room to make a positive difference

 

About Barbie Brewer

As the Chief People Officer, Barbie Brewer leads the performance and organizational effectiveness at Marqeta Inc. Barbie’s differentiated approach to talent has fostered a culture of engagement, agility, and innovation, enabling Marqeta to rapidly scale and deliver on its vision. Barbie has over 20 years of experience across the globe, leading organizational transformations.

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