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Julie Gebauer
. My essentials: family, music, exercise, the incredibly talented team at Willis Towers Watson.
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
Jameela Jamil on a panel @ discussed why representation matters: do not exclude any group - women, people of color, disabled, LGBTQ, & more. That would just be “bad humaning.” And “bad humaning is bad for business.” always wins.
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
JoyBuolamwini @ discusses the importance of managing/checking the prejudices of those who have the power to impact technology effectiveness. It will mitigate the risk that reinforce existing inequities. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
KimAzarrelli & AriannaHuffington @ discuss the importance of in delivering strong performance & unlocking human potential being blocked by stress. The need to be on 24/7 just a myth. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
EGlenWeyl, co-author of Radical Markets: every individual defined by a huge range of groups in which they participate, a unique intersection of different communities. An important concept to advance . ⁩ ⁦
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
SpencerWest @ says the disabled bring creativity, resourcefulness, commitment to make cos better. Plus they enhance access to $1trillion disabled-person market. So he asks: what is stopping us from giving them a chance?
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
Amazing SpencerWest @ , once told he wouldn’t walk or be a functioning member of society, called his physical disability his easiest challenge. Overcoming assumptions about how he could add value to a company took time. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
’s very own Anne Bodnar @ highlighted talent is universal, opportunity is not. We’ve found value in creating oppty for talent w/ different abilities —seen & unseen. It’s strengthened our culture & raised our game as an employer. ⁦
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
interview w/ TPG’s Jon Winkelried: CEO sponsorship is necessary but not sufficient to change the “bro culture of PE”. Also need to hold managers through the firm accountable, including career/financial impact. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
Diverse panel of women finance execs @ discuss the win-win of investing through a lens. Investment in cos with good & metrics can generate alpha so don’t have to give up return to do good. ⁦
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
P&G’s Carolyn Tastad says intentionality works in making progress for & . What doesn’t work is the false narrative that justifies lack of progress.
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Julie Gebauer Mar 27
Opening panel of c suite execs @ guide to transparency for authenticity, leadership accountability, metrics to assess progress & impact, analysis to find insights to do better, systematic processes to eliminate bias. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Bloomberg Live Mar 27
“We can, and should, stop and heed the questions and concerns we are getting so we can accelerate progress.” 's at
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Julie Gebauer Feb 7
I’m inspired by ’s Multicultural Inclusion Network. During , I pay tribute to the generations of AfricanAmericans who’ve made great contributions to every facet of biz & society. I’m committed to & @ every day
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Willis Towers Watson Jan 28
At Willis Towers Watson, we rely on data to uncover any gender equality gaps and to develop solutions that will have measurable impact. We're proud to be debuting on ’s 2019 Gender-Equality Index.
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Willis Towers Watson Jan 21
We’re honored to be part of this year’s Gender-Equality Index. This index is 230 companies strong, representing 36 countries around the world committed to using transparency as a tool to accelerate gender equality.
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Willis Towers Watson Jan 22
The 230 companies in the 2019 Gender-Equality Index are investing in equality. Willis Towers Watson is proud to be one of them. We believe that when women thrive, companies thrive.
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Julie Gebauer Jan 24
My final session. Powerful observations from successful biz leadrs about equality. Include disabled as part of D&I efforts; give them opportunity to achieve & make a difference. With 1 bn disabled people, they’re biggest minority.
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Julie Gebauer Jan 24
Pundits @ dialog on agreed we’re @ crossroads w/ unprecedented uncertainty due to political nature of bilateral/win-lose interactions. Say future of trade to be fueled by multilateral approach, ability to turn disruption to good
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Julie Gebauer Jan 23
Amazing debate. Argument for gender quotas: w/o them, affinity bias remains unchecked; men won’t give up power. Argument against: will lead to gaming the system; real change won’t happen w/o new culture. Quotas win as needed but insufficient 1st step.
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Julie Gebauer Jan 23
Day 2 @ began w CEO talk about the reality of today’s transformation. Unlike Henry Ford, we must be prepared to “groom a faster horse AND build a car” @ the same time. Also, don’t make digital a separate strategy.
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