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The Diversity Gap: New Leaders, New Futures - Embodied and Authentic Leadership w/ Tracey Gee
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The Diversity Gap: New Leaders, New Futures - Embodied and Authentic Leadership w/ Tracey Gee

Chapter 8: New Leaders, New Futures - Embodied and Authentic Leadership w/ Tracey Gee

Insight: No one is asking you to be perfect. We are asking you to get uncomfortable, be creative, take some risks, and show up with consistency.
Action: You have to do your work.

My conversation partner for this episode is Tracey Gee, who is a certified coach and facilitator. She is trained in the Gallup StrengthsFinder, Cultural Intelligence, and the Enneagram. She is also a member of the International Coaching Federation, so she knows her stuff and is committed to helping people amplify their authentic leadership genius. She has over 20 years of non-profit leadership experience and brings such relevant and incisive leadership acumen to the table. I hope you enjoy learning from Tracey as much as I did.

Episode Transcript Available Here

About The Diversity Gap
The Diversity Gap Academy exists to help leaders pair their good intentions for diversity with true cultural change.

You can order the book, The Diversity Gap, at www.thediversitygap.com.

Bethaney Wilkinson is the Host and Executive Producer.

Final Production is by Live Grace Productions.

Thank you to our guests and patrons who make this podcast possible!

Instagram - @bethaneywilkinson @thediversitygap

Website - www.bethaneywilkinson.com

Links from the Show
Website: https://traceygee.me

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traceygee.me/

Account Tracey Referenced: @asiansformentalhealth

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A More Beautiful Way
Conversations on A More Beautiful Way
A More Beautiful Way is an exploration of what it takes to slow down, create sacred space, and bring healing hearts, minds & bodies to the work of social change.
Following a life-altering "dark night of the soul" experience of professional grief and burnout, podcast host Bethaney Wilkinson set out on healing journey to discover a more rooted, authentic and seasonal way to live. This podcast is an unfolding collection of conversations on the need for slow, sacred living as a healing pathway for some of the biggest challenges facing us in modern times.