EP 26: Erin Rocchio: Listening to learn, being an intentional interrupter, and building your anti-racism muscle
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In today’s episode, we are talking to Erin Rocchio, an executive coach, and partner at Evolution, where she helps CEOs, founders, and executive leaders to grow in effectiveness and impact. She is also the founder of Wholeness At Work, where she creates accessible and authentic tools to sustain human flourishing and evolution.
Erin is seasoned in the world of high-performance leadership teams and creating equitable cultures and is deeply committed to ensuring all positive changemakers are supported, sustained, and whole in their work.
Come join us for this real, authentic, and honest conversation about what it looks like to be an activist in 2021. In this episode, we answer questions like:
>How can I become a better listener and really hear the experiences of black people?
>When dealing with anti-racism, how can I be thoughtful but not careful with my words and actions?
>What is the best way to step into activism?
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