At NOTA Inclusion, we’re thrilled to introduce our latest addition to our esteemed roster of speakers.
Each speaker brings a unique perspective and wealth of expertise that aligns with our mission of fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Elaine Lin Hering
Elaine Lin Hering is a facilitator, speaker, and writer. She works with organizations and individuals to build skills in communication, collaboration, and conflict management. She is a former Managing Partner of Triad Consulting Group and Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School.
Elaine has worked on six continents and with a wide range of corporate, government, and nonprofit clients. She has trained mental health professionals, political officials,religious communities, and leaders at Fortune 500 companies including American Express, Capital One, Google, Nike, Novartis, Shell, Pixar, and the Red Cross.
Unlearning Silence: How to Find and Use Your Voice People like you are underrepresented — in the industry, meetings, and rooms you’re in. But the truth is you’ve long been underestimated. Told to wait your turn, not rock the boat, and follow the rules. But as you watch other people get the opportunities and promotions you want, you wonder what’s missing.
The common advice “just speak up” falls flat if we fail to recognize the silence we’ve learned and the real and perceived costs associated with speaking up. In this session, we interrogate the role silence plays in your leadership and offer concrete ways to find and use your voice – for the impact you want. Learning Objectives • Understand how you have learned and benefited from silence • Identify your unique value-add perspective • Utilize 3 levers for using your voice • Apply a quick prep approach for speaking up
American psychologist of Indian origin at Harvard University, known for her work popularizing the concept of implicit bias in regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, and other factors.
Heather E McGowan
internationally known speaker and Future of Work Strategist. She assists corporate clients ranging from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies in rethinking their business models, teams, and organizational structures to become resilient in changing markets
Heather is a leading futurist and expert in future-ready skills and learning ecosystems. Her sessions explore the intersection of education, work, and technology through the lens of inclusivity, preparing organizations for the future of work.
These powerful speakers embody the values of NOTA Inclusion and share our dedication to creating more inclusive workplaces and communities.
We are excited to welcome them to our platform and look forward to the impactful conversations and insights they will bring to your audiences.
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