The Forum On Workplace Inclusion Podcast
In this episode of The Forum Podcast Julie Kratz shares stories, ideas, and research from her new children’s book, “Little Allies.” She discusses the importance and impact of having conversations about diversity, inclusion, and allyship earlier with the children in our lives. Julie wrote her book in response to difficult conversations about racism at home with her own daughters. “Little Allies” and this talk are meant to be a resource to help parents and people leaders everywhere guide little ones along this journey toward allyship.”
- Why we need to talk to kids and start this conversation earlier
- What being an ally means: Allyship starts at home and kids naturally enjoy diversity
- How to be an ally: Allyship is a journey and adults are modeling it every day
Global Fluency in Action
Streamed live on Jun 9, 2022 How do you talk about gender equality with colleagues who are skeptical of the need for it? How do you listen to the women in your workplace who tell stories of discrimination without feeling defensive? Everyone needs an ally. Gender equality is an issue that affects all of us, whether or not we are directly involved in the discussion. Research shows that gender-diverse leadership teams are more effective and create more economic value. Male allies are incredibly important in advancing gender equality. Their support is crucial to creating a culture of dignity and respect, where all women can achieve their goals, contribute to their full potential, and lead both at home and at work.
Child Advocates Podcast
How to Be an Ally for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Work and at Home
Three Mothers and business leaders – one Black and two white – have an authentic conversation about race; how to be an ally for diversity, equity, and inclusion at work and at home for our children; and how we can build a better future for every child where their race will not be a predictor of their life outcomes.
Child Advocates invited a highly acclaimed TEDx speaker, inclusive leader, and author as a guest on this episode. You will hear a passionate and insightful discussion from various perspectives and experiences: some that may surprise you… some that may resonate with you… and some stories that could break down walls between us. Listen to, “Your Voice. Their Future.”
The Dude Therapist
Inclusion + Diversity in our lives with Julie Kratz
Let’s not reinvent the wheel- let’s replace it with the latest model and put a new spin on life! With a lack of male voices in the world of therapy, self-help, and parenting, The Dude Therapist Podcast will help fill the void and give men and women alike a safe space to have an open conversation and grow. As a trained therapist, I provide an informed, fun, and relatable male perspective on everything from mental health, men’s issues, parenting, and just being a human. Whether you want to understand yourself or someone you know a little bit better, join me on this wild ride!
Time for Teachership with Lindsay Lyons
Bias Starts Early—Talk to Your Kids with Julie Kratz
How can I build capacity for culturally responsive teaching and project-based instruction? How can I reduce teacher burnout and promote a culture of wellness for staff and students? What are the secrets to getting teacher buy-in? What does practicing shared leadership actually look like? Welcome to the Time for Teachership podcast where we tackle adaptive challenges in educational leadership! Each week, host Lindsay Lyons brings together guest experts, research findings, and practical steps to help brave school leaders transform schools into antiracist spaces that cultivate student, family, and teacher leadership to enable all students to thrive.
The Beached White Male Podcast with Ken Kemp
Religion and Politics – subjects we avoid in polite society. But not here. Stories and people who challenge our assumptions and blaze new trails. Inspiring. Challenging. Out of the box. Ken welcomes acclaimed TEDx Speaker, author, podcaster, and authority on diversity training in the workplace, Julie Kratz. A seasoned veteran of corporate life, Julie founded and leads The Next Pivot Point, a consulting and training firm that serves major corporations across the nation. Julie found Ken on LinkedIn, seeking allies in the work of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). They talk about gender and race, privilege and power, and the wide-open door to a conversation that leads to allyship.
The Talent Magnet Leadership Podcast
How do we become active allies in our organizations? Today’s guest on the Talent Magnet Leadership Podcast, Julie Kratz, shares the answer with host Mike Sipple Jr. Julie is an Inclusive Leadership Trainer, highly-acclaimed TEDx speaker, the founder of Next Pivot Point, and the host of the Next Pivot Point Podcast. She has spent her career helping women create their winning career game plan. In this must listen conversation, Julie gives valuable insights about why leaders need the skill of active allyship to lead their organizations well.
Leadership and Loyalty™ Interview 2 of 2
On this follow up episode we’ll discuss:
- The Wow factor of Diversity
- The Unconscious Bias of Hiring on Merit
- “What’s Your Name, Oh I’m sorry You’re not qualified”.
- Making the Unconscious Bias, conscious
- Potential Vs Performance – The Gender Bia
- Lessons in Diversity from Your Text Streams
- What is The Wow factor of Diversity
- Your Personal History Lessons and Their Biases
- How Lack of Diversity is Strangling your creativity and Innovation
- How to start the Diversity Conversation
- When You are The White Elephant in The Room
SPARKS by IGNIUM Interview 2 of 2
Taking off the Swim Floats and diving deeper into the Pool of DEI Allyship with Julie Kratz
In this follow up episode of Sparks by Ignium Phil Rose again talks to Julie Kratz. Julie is an Inclusive Leadership Trainer, diversity trainer, Podcast host and TEDX Speaker. In this episode Julie and Phil take a deep dive into the world of DEI and Allyship. Julie shares her thoughts on the many dimensions of diversity, both visible and ‘invisible’. We cover lots of subjects that you’ll find useful especially as many people begin to return to the workplace post pandemic and are further surrounded by the subject of DEI…
Leadership and Loyalty™ Interview 1 of 2
When we don’t fully understand the new, front and centre, issues, there’s a fear that we may look ‘stupid’ and no one wants that. The danger is that we’ll either run away, or pretend to understand and end up in a mess. This is often the case all hot subject of our time like diversity, inclusion, and allyship. What do they really mean and how can we address them with our teams in a thoughtful and empowering way? Our guest today is Julie Kratz and we’ll discuss:
- What is Diversity, inclusion, Allyship
- The Right Question to ask yourself about diversity
- What is Diversity, inclusion, Allyship and are they the Same
- No One Wants to Feel Stupid
- How to Speak Up without getting Canned
- Have you over or underestimated your impact?
- When is It Too Late To Speak Up
- How to Help Me Help You
- Pulling the Weeds and Planting the Seeds
SET TO LEAD
Inspiring Inclusion In The Workplace With Julie Kratz
The Set to Lead Podcast is a mentoring space hosted by Mary Ann Samedi to listen to critical conversations with workplace leaders. If you are an emerging or current leader looking to bypass setbacks or learn from the success and mistakes of others, you have a front row seat right here a few times a month.
SPARKS by IGNIUM Interview 1 of 2
Why diversity, inclusion and equality is all about the long game and how being intentional about change drives results with Julie Kratz
In this episode of Sparks by Ignium Phil Rose talks to Julie Kratz. Julie is an Inclusive Leadership Trainer, diversity trainer, Podcast host and TEDX Speaker. In this episode Julie and Phil explore some of the key aspects of what it takes to truly become an ally. Don’t listen to this podcast if you’re stuck in your ways and are ‘pale, male and stale’ as it will seriously challenge your thinking and help you step up and change.
CATCH UP CREW
On today’s #catchupcrew I’m catching you up on this week’s news 🗞 Deja… Vaccinated?! With the Delta variant of the COVID virus on the rise, people in power all over the world are telling everyone to get their shots! 💉Plus… Why our favorite Greatest of all time gymnast is stepping out in the race for gold 🥇And our young reporter Ellie will introduce you to a children’s book author! 📚
Main sources: CNN, CBS News & Jeugdjournaal
In this episode of Beltway Broadcast, your Metro DC Chapter of ATD hosts 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 from you. For more info about the Metro DC Chapter of ATD, visit DCATD.org.
Visiting again with Julie Kratz to talk about her book, Little Allies: A Children’s Story about Inclusion, Diversity, and Becoming an Ally, an illustrated children’s story that inspires kids to be their best with everyone, especially for those who may need an ally from time to time. We talk about the creation of the book, and what it means to write a book about being an ally for little children.
By Zach Nunn
Zach sits down with Julie Kratz, a highly-acclaimed inclusive leadership trainer, to talk about the role of white women in advocating for racial equity and inclusion in the workplace. Julie is also a TEDx speaker, an executive coach, a certified unconscious bias trainer, and an author, having written multiple books. Check out the links in the show notes to connect with her and to listen to her podcast, Next Pivot Point!
MOMENTS TO MOMENTUM
By Scott Abbott
In this episode, Julie talks about how an experience at her first job out of college for a large company opened her eyes to the lack of diversity in the workplace, the importance of having ally’s, and the moment that she realized that her calling was to help organizations be more inclusive.
On the Schmooze
By Robbie Samuels
Today’s guest is passionate about promoting gender equality within the workplace, empowering women to express confidence, and helping them build a winning career game plan. After experiencing many career pivot points of her own, she now is focused on promoting diversity and inclusion in the workplace as a keynote speaker and executive coach. 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.
She is a TEDx speaker, host of the Next Pivot Point podcast, and author of three books “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.”
By Jeff Nischwitz and Craig Matthews
Are you struggling with diversity and inclusion in your business or life? Are you wondering what it means to be an ally? Are you looking for strategies to help you be a more inclusive person and leader? Our special guest Julie Kratz answers these and other questions about diversity, inclusion and allyship.
GETTING OFF THE HAMSTER WHEEL
By Karen Weeks
In this episode, we speak with Julie who started her career in the corporate world but quickly realized that the leadership team didn’t look a lot like her. And she saw that every place she went. She found her purpose helping teams create more diverse leadership teams and becoming more inclusive across the organization. Especially this year this has become such an important topic for companies to address and Julie is passionate about helping them build a strategy and helping leaders become allies for others.
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.
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Find out more about Julie: https://nextpivotpoint.com/