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INCLUSION WORKS PODCAST
By Fiona Young
This is the first episode of a three-part special series on allyship. Allyship is critical for building inclusive culture at work. In this episode, we explore what allyship is and some cautions and caveats that have emerged recently, with help from three expert guests: Corey Flournoy, the Global Head of Inclusion and Diversity at Groupon, Julie Kratz, a TEDx speaker, inclusive leadership trainer and the author of the book Lead Like an Ally, and Lukeisha Paul, the Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion U.S. at Group M.
RM PODCAST FL
By Romina Muhametaj
Creating your own pivot point with Julie Kratz.
Women Investing Network
By Sharon Lechter
Sharon Lechter interviews Julie Kratz, the founder, and leader of Next Pivot Points. Julie helps women leaders create their winning career game plan. Be intentional about your time and the decisions you make to ensure that you are happy. Julie and Sharon discuss the new 9 to 5 and the blended model of work from home and working in the office.
Set to Lead
By Mary Ann Samedi
Julie Kratz shares smart insights on how to ensure inclusion in the workplace across all dimensions of diversity. Tune in and learn the following:
- Why diversity and inclusion matters.
- The difference between implicit bias and unconscious bias.
- How to gauge your own person bias in minutes.
- The problem with hiring on “cultural fit”.
- Find out if having bias means you are a racist.
- Types of bias professionals should avoid in the workplace.
- Diversity and inclusion elements leaders sometimes overlook.
- Effective strategies to build strong inclusive leadership in the workplace.
Diversity: Beyond the Checkbox
By Donald Thompson
Unchecking the gender box and how to be an ally for those that are different than you with Julie Kratz. Julie is an acclaimed leadership trainer, TEDx speaker, podcast host, executive coach, author, and founder of Next Pivot Point. Julie is passionate about promoting gender equality within the workplace, empowering women to express confidence and helping them build a winning career game plan and pivot to the next level.
By Benjamin Shapiro
How marketers can be better allies for diversity and inclusion and why diversity and inclusion matter to your most important audience, your customers.
Quit Bleeping Around Podcast
By Christina Eanes
In this episode of Quit Bleeping Around®, awesome superachiever, author, and former FBI violent crime analyst and senior manager Christina Eanes interviews Julie Kratz. Julie is a highly acclaimed speaker and trainer who led teams and produced results in corporate America for nearly two decades. After experiencing her own career “pivot point,” Julie developed a process to help women leaders create their winning career game plan. In this episode, Julie shares how you can be an ally for people who are different than you.
Top Advisor Marketing
By Matt Halloran
What does it mean to be an ally? What are some ways that you can be more inclusive in your workplace?
Today, Matt speaks with Julie Kratz, a TEDx speaker, inclusive leadership trainer, executive coach, author, and founder of Next Pivot Point, about how to be an ally for women and underrepresented groups in a white male-dominated industry. They also discuss how to take an inventory of your privilege and how to be inclusive in client meetings.
In this episode, you will learn:
- How to evaluate whose voices are being heard in your organization
- What microaggressions are and how they affect women in the workplace
- Tangible ways to be more inclusive in your workplace
- Ways to be an ally
- How to know if you tend to mansplain (and how to stop)
- Ways to be inclusive in your client meetings
- And more!
Tune in now to learn about diversity, inclusion, and becoming an ally in your workplace!
The Soar Podcast
By Taylor Shank
In this latest episode of Soar, Taylor sat down with Julie Kratz, founder of The Next Pivot and podcast host of the Pivot Point Podcast.
Julie is an expert in diversity, inclusion in the workplace, and career pivots.
- Her experience making a major career pivot,
- How to go about a pivot in this “new normal”, and
- How to think about inclusivity in the workplace should you make that pivot.
The Work From Home Show
By Adam Schroeder & Naresh Rammohan
Diversity in business helps employees perform better, but it HAS to be intentional.
Julie Kratz, author of the new book Lead Like an Ally: A Journey Through Corporate America with Proven Strategies to Facilitate Inclusion, joins Adam and Naresh to discuss how employers can help their employees figure out their work from home strategy, what NOT to do when managing remote employees, and what would make employers want employees to come back to the office.
By George Grombacher
On this show, we talked about the need for diversity and inclusion in the workplace, the positive impact it has on results, and how to incorporate it into an organization with Julie Kratz, CEO and Founder of Next Pivot Point, coach, author and speaker. Listen to learn why diversity is important personally as well as professionally!
By Jacqueline Twillie
This episode of the Winning Season podcast with Jacqueline Twillie features Julie Kratz is a TEDx speaker, inclusive leadership trainer, executive coach, author, and founder of Next Pivot Point.
Julie develops inclusive workplace cultures through allyship across gender, race, and all dimensions of diversity.
By Mickey Desai
Inclusion Catalyst is joined by Julie Kratz, acclaimed trainer, author, and founder of Next Pivot Point. Julie is passionate about promoting gender equality within the workplace, empowering women to express confidence and helping them build a winning career game plan and pivot to the next level. Our conversation looks at a variety of issues related to leadership, culture change, and how to develop allies within the workplace. Our questions include:
- As a result of pandemic, are people focusing more on the things that matter?
- Is a virtual workplace more inclusive?
- Is leadership simply about fostering curiosity? And what characteristics would then be critical to include in that leadership model?
- Where should D&I efforts really be focused? (Spoiler: It’s the middle managers.)
- How do you manage bias in the workplace?
- Is the ultimate goal to develop more allies?
- How many ways can one be an ally?
- What’s the business case for developing allies?
Off the Circle Podcast
By Doug Karr
Julie and Doug have a candid conversation about allyship and race, and how to faciliate inclusion at your organization.
The Career Network
By Crystal Layland
In episode 7 of Her Career Network Podcast, we discuss how to lead and nurture our work place environment through understanding diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Today’s guest is the author of Lead like an Ally, Inclusive Leadership Coach and Trainer, and Host of Next Pivot Point Podcast, Julie Kratz.
9 Minutes of Creative Freedom
By Olga Kirshenbaum
Julie Kratz is the Founder of Next Pivot Point. We discuss doing something new every day, monetizing your purpose, and not succumbing to labels and embracing a growth mindset.
Freeman Means Business
By Susan Freeman
Susan and Julie discuss gendered communication, finding your why, and how to pivot in these everchanging times.
By Adebayo Adeleke
Adebayo and Julie discuss inclusive leadership and its impact on global businesses and culture.
Humanize Your Workplace
By Alissa Carpenter
On this week’s episode of Humanize Your Workplace, we are joined by Julie Kratz. We chat about:
- Privilege and allies
- How to recognize privilege and start change
- How to be an ally in the middle of meetings
As Told By Nomads
By Tayo Rockson
This episode is with Julie Kratz. Julie is a highly-acclaimed leadership trainer who led teams and produced results in corporate America for nearly two decades. After experiencing her own career “pivot point,” Julie developed a process to help women leaders create their winning career game plan. Focused on promoting gender equality in the workplace and encouraging women with their “what’s next” moments, Julie is a frequent keynote speaker and executive coach. She holds an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, is a Certified Master Coach, and holds a certification in unconscious bias. Julie is the author of Pivot Point: How to Build a Winning Career Game Plan and ONE: How Male Allies Support Women for Gender Equality.
The Next 24 Hours
By Curtis Zimmerman
Ironically, diversity and inclusion initiatives in the workplace have divided us. There are those of us who see their importance in profoundly personal ways and there are others of us who think they’re unnecessary or condemning. Regardless of where your thinking falls, this episode will speak to you in empowering, insightful ways that will help you to show up at work as your best, most authentic self. I’m interviewing Julie Kratz of Next Pivot Point who is sharing her refreshing expertise on how to make diversity and inclusion a reality that everyone can get in on.
Get access to the free Life at Performance Level Audiobook, eBook and more: https://bit.ly/CZVIPFREE
Learn more about what I do: https://curtiszimmerman.com/
Find out more about Julie: https://nextpivotpoint.com/
By Janet Fouts
On the show this week my guest is Julie Kratz, an inclusive leadership trainer, author, speaker, and founder of Next Pivot Point. We talked at length on what it’s like to live and work through this pandemic while having smart conversations about how we want to be now and going forward. How can we be in the driver’s seat deciding the path we take through and beyond the crisis? What do we want more of? Less of? How do we make smart decisions and choices as we pivot back to unknown territory after this is over?
Julie predicts that people will seek more purpose in their work. This time has allowed for a lot of self-reflection. With self-reflection generally comes the awakening of a deeper purpose. People will question the purpose in their jobs if it is absent. Having honest one-on-one conversations with employees as they return to work and aligning roles that best fit them and the company’s needs is important.
By Robin Stebbins
In this episode Robin Stebbins interviews Tedx Speaker, Author and Entrepreneur Julie Kratz. Why it’s OK to not be OK and how to navigate it to find the light and treasure. Quotables from the show: “We are afraid to go into the cave, that we will just get lost in it, that we will turn into a hermit, go into the woods with a bag of rice and a shotgun…or that you will get lost there…so depressed and self loathing that you can’t get through days…baby stepping in and navigating the dark places to find the light” This is what I call the warriors path, necessary to go into the dark places to seek the healing, the truth, the transcendance. We are so tuned to say all these things that agree with the collective, but when we are brave enough to come in with the truth…it resonates and gives permission to come in open, vulnerable, authentic. Join us for a deep, real dive into truth and leading from the heart.
Bring Your Brilliance
By Carla Taylor
Are you currently feeling lost and wondering which way to go from here? We are at a real pivot point of change with COVID upon us and all around us. The workplace, life, and business as we know it are all in flux. Now is the time to pivot forward positively and be ready to embrace positive change post COVID. In this week’s Bring Your Brilliance episode, Carla Taylor talks with Julie Kratz, a sought after leadership coach and keynote speaker. Join us to learn practical tips and strategies to navigate the new normal as a human – both at work and at home.
Screw the Naysayers
By Tim Alison
Julie speaks with candor and honesty with a heavy dose of actionable ideas for women in the workplace, their male allies, and for corporations that need to pick up the pace when dealing with gender equality issues. Enjoy!
The Gifters Podcast
By Christopher Kai
Julie Kratz is a highly-acclaimed TEDx speaker and trainer who led teams and produced results in corporate America for nearly two decades. After experiencing her own career “pivot point,” Julie developed a process to help women leaders create their winning career game plan. Focused on promoting equality in the workplace and encouraging women with their “what’s next” moments, Julie is a Tedx speaker, a frequent keynote speaker and executive coach. She holds an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, is a Certified Unconscious Bias trainer, and is a Certified Master Coach. Julie is the author of Pivot Point: How to Build a Winning Career Game Plan, ONE: How Male Allies Support Women for Gender Equality, and Lead Like an Ally: a Journey through Corporate America with Strategies to Facilitate Inclusion.
Fearless Freedom with Dr. G
By Charmaine Gregory
Step outside of your comfort zone and learn about those around us. Julie Kratz, CEO Next Pivot Point, discusses the reality of our discomfort when we are used to sameness and have to face differences among us. Fear of change. Mind stretch. Mind opening. Breakthroughs.
Julie has an active mission to make a difference in the lives of professional women. She calls for inclusion and diversity in the workplace, and often speaks and trains on this vital topic.
Winning at Life Podcast: Real Leaders Lead Like Allies
By Professor Pete Alexander
Leadership and Allyship in a Time of Crisis and Beyond
By UB Cimineri
Nerding Out with Julie Kratz about Diversity and Inclusion
By Green Dot Consulting Group
Brave By Design: Benevolent Sexism and Effective Allyship at Work
By Laura Khalil
In this episode we discuss:
How to have difficult conversations
The right and wrong way to conduct meetings (and how to fix them)
And how benevolent sexism may be effecting you at work
… and so much more!
The Belonging Factor: Diversity & Equity & Inclusion & Belonging & Allyship
By Devin Halliday
The Power of Owning Your Career
By Simone Morris
Pay Attention to Your Pivot Points
Julie Kratz, a highly-acclaimed leadership trainer, is this week’s guest for the The Power of Owning Your Career podcast. Julie is an advocate for Gender Equality and talks about her career journey and how embracing her career pivots helped her to find the driver seat. She says she had to tap into what truly made her happy. Listen to this week’s inspiring episode with host Simone Morris.
Only the Brave Have Fun Podcast
By Jasbir Arora
Julie Kratz is a highly-acclaimed leadership trainer who leads teams and produces real results in corporate America.
After experiencing her own career “pivot point,” Julie developed a process for women leaders to build winning game plans. She lends her expertise around gender equality and leadership as a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, and executive coach.
– MBA, Kelley School of Business at Indiana University
– Certified Master Coach
– Certified Unconscious Bias Trainer
Love Better Podcast
By Emily Sutherland
“It’s such a primal need for humans to feel welcome and belong… We will not stay in a place where we do not feel we belong.”
– Julie Kratz (in this episode!)
Julie comes to us with a wealth of expertise in helping individuals and teams create diverse environments where everyone’s perspective is valued. Join the conversation about how to become an ally who fosters belonging for people who are different from you.
For more about Julie’s work and other resources shared in this podcast, visit Love Better Resources here.
By Kathy Cunningham
Before taking the stage at the Women in Automotive conference, I shared tools to engage men as allies. In this podcast, Kathy and I candidly discussed the real issues holding women back in male-dominated Corporate America, and how empathy and calling out bad behavior can propel women forward.
Talk LP Podcast
By Amber Bradley & Dave Thompson
Julie discusses unconscious bias – what it is, why it matters to everyone, and how to prevent “micro-aggressing” others.
Work Minus Podcast
By Work Minus
Gender equality is the real thing. We’ve spent enough time debating about gender equality and now it’s time we take practical steps. On @Workminus I spoke about how change can be brought within a workplace if men and others agree to be allies. More insights into becoming self-aware and taking that first step towards eradicating inequality at the workplace.
Your Working Life Podcast
By Caroline Dowd-Higgins
Julie Kratz talks about the importance of unconscious bias training for all professionals to create a more inclusive workforce.
The Secret Sauce Podcast
By Kimberly Rice
For those women whom have experienced the undermining, shaming workplace environment in male-dominated fields, our podcast with Julie Kratz is a refreshing discussion on the advancements that are underway by inviting supportive male allies to join the conversation of why there must be gender equality into the workplace, for everyone to thrive.
In this podcast, learn concrete steps that all may take to propel the conversation forward.
The F-Word Podcast
By Sheryl Brown
The F Word is a podcast designed for women working in the financial services and financial technology landscape, as well as the men who champion them.
She Breaks the Mold Podcast
By Janet Whalen
Julie Kratz is the founder of Pivot Point, a career and leadership coaching company that focuses on developing leaders using a gender equality lens.
Julie is a highly-acclaimed leadership trainer and coach who, after experiencing a few of her own career “pivot points,” developed a process for women leaders to build winning career game plans. She focuses her work on mid-career women.
Claim the Stage Podcast
By Angela Lussier
When you’re looking for support in accomplishing your goals, where do you turn? Do you value diversity of thought and experience unlike your own when seeking advice and direction? To offer her insight on this topic, I interview Julie Kratz, a highly-acclaimed leadership trainer, frequent keynote speaker, and executive coach. Julie is the author of Pivot Point: How to Build a Winning Career Game Plan and ONE: How Male Allies Support Women for Gender Equality.
On today’s episode, we cover:
what “male allies” are, why they are important, and their role in helping women’s success why women should encourage men to become allies, and how men can get involved a few tips to help women and men who want to work together successfully the kinds of results women can hope to see by following this advice two of the key points in Julie’s book, ONE: How Male Allies Support Women for Gender Equality one piece of advice that you can do today to be more successful working together Check out Julie’s book here and find out more about her work here:
Leaders of Transformation Podcast
By Nicole Jansen
In today’s conversation, we discuss the landscape of gender equality in the workplace, why the women’s movement hasn’t progressed further along to date, and how men can support and promote women in leadership roles. We explore the difference between sponsoring and mentoring, the benefits of having male allies, the impact on performance and profitability within companies, and practical steps men and women can take to foster gender equality so everyone wins.
While Julie is a die-hard feminist, she also recognizes that having discussions with women only behind closed doors and leaving the men out of the conversation will not work to create the gender equality women are looking for. Instead, working together to transform paradigms and eliminate unconscious biases is where the work must be done. Julie provides an excellent road map to follow, along with the tools to have honest cross-gender conversations that support all parties.
Social Entrepreneur Podcast
By Tony Loyd
,In this interview, Julie describes what an organization might look like if it achieved gender equality. She contrasts that with the current reality. Julie describes the consequences to organizations who do not maximize the talents of women. She provides indicators that organizations can look for to indicate whether or not they are achieving gender equality. She provides some positive examples of organizations who are getting gender equality right.
Julie also lays out four key strategies for being a successful male ally: Channeling the women they empathize, Asking for her HERstory, Speaking up with her, and Doing the fair share. You can also read an explanation of each of these key areas on Julie’s blog here.
Don’t Cut Your Own Bangs Podcast
By Danielle Ireland
In this episode, we get to learn, laugh, and fall in love with Julie Kratz . She’s a speaker, coach, and advocate for gender equality in the workplace.
After experiencing her own career “pivot point,” she developed a process for women leaders to build winning plans. We get to explore more about her journey, and how she helps women, and men, embrace change in their lives and careers.
She holds an MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, is a Certified Master Coach, and is a certified unconscious bias trainer. Her books include Pivot Point: How to Build a Winning Career Game Plan and ONE: How Male Allies Support Women for Gender Equality. She’s also a fellow podcaster at the Pivot Point Podcast.
More Than a Few Words Podcast
By Lorraine Ball
Julie Kratz, a highly-acclaimed leadership trainer, speaker, and author joined us for a conversation about women leaders and male allies. She is the founder of Pivot Point an organization devoted to developing leaders.
The Brand Journalist Advantage Podcast
By Phoebe Chongchua
The #MeToo movement has opened the eyes of our nation and continues to be a controversial topic. Learn what your organization can do to support gender equality. Author Julie Kratz shares how men & women can partner for success.
Traffic and Leads Podcast
By Lindsey Anderson
Julie Kratz is our special guest on today’s episode of Traffic and Leads Podcast. Julie works at Pivot Point, a company that helps develops leaders, coach women to build career game plans, and promotes gender equality across the board. At Pivot Point she nailed down online marketing consistency by getting tons of clients a reliable stream of traffic and leads to her business.
Nick Murphy Podcast
By Nick Murphy
In this episode, Julie discusses gender inequality in the universe, the nuances of the “Me Too” movement, and why women need to reach out to their male allies.
THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS EPISODE:
(2:08) – What Julie’s day-to-day work is like and how her career guided her toward creating Pivot Point.
(4:38) – Julie explains why gender equality is so important to have in a workplace environment.
(7:38) – The most significant thing the “Me Too” movement has done to address gender inequality at work.
(12:09) – Finding the best time and place to come forward with “Me Too” stories.
(15:38) – Creating an environment that allows people to come forward with their story without proliferating false accusations.
(20:08) – Why it’s important for women at work to reach out to their male allies.
(24:05) – How Julie defines “ally,” what responsibilities a male ally should have, and why it’s important to have this label.
(27:27) – Strategies women can use to seek out and engage with male allies, and why you should seek out a mentor.
(31:06) – Helpful ways men can initiate an alliance with their female colleagues.
(37:10) – Julie plays Rapid Fire and says who she would go back in time to have a drink with.