From Sabotage to Solidarity: Actions Women Can Take in the Workplace
Dr. Joy L. Wiggins, PhD, & Dr. Kami J. Anderson, PhD, co-authors of their new book “From Sabotage to Support: A New Vision for Feminist Solidarity in the Workplace” joins Enterprise Radio.
This episode of Enterprise Radio is working in conjunction with the Author Channel.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guests Dr. Joy L. Wiggins & Dr. Kami J. Anderson discuss the following:
- Tell us a little about yourself.
- What inspired you to write this book, From Sabotage to Support?
- Is the concept of women stabbing each other in the back to get ahead just a cliché, or is there some truth to it?
- Do you think women, more than men, wind up self-sabotaging themselves at work? Why, or why not? What can we all learn from that?
- How can leaders improve conditions for women in the workplace, and also, why should they? Isn’t there a compelling business case for inclusion — and diversity?
- How can women in the workplace be better to each other?
- Is the experience of being a women in the workplace different for women of color?
- What’s an example of a great workplace today? Are there any?
Joy L. Wiggins, PhD, is founder and executive director of Joy Wiggins, PhD, LLC, a consulting company focusing on equity, inclusion, and social justice. She received her doctorate from the Ohio State University.
Kami J. Anderson, PhD, is founder and executive director of Bilingual Brown Babies, a company focusing on fostering bilingualism in black families. She received her doctorate from Howard University and is the author of Language, Identity, and Choice.
Their new book is From Sabotage to Support: A New Vision for Feminist Solidarity in the Workplace (BK Books, May 2019).
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