Jessica Peacock presents her view on the meaning of sustainability and how this encompasses HR, inclusion and wellbeing.
From changing perceptions of what sustainability means, examples of the connections between teams that often work separately, to Jessica’s personal experience of living with ADHD, Jessica shares her work to build inclusion in a green energy company.
Asking us to consider the impacts of the word ‘professional’ in the context of inclusion, Jessica describes her brilliant ideas for how we could use different language to help us all and effect positive change.
Here’s a snapshot of a few things we talked about:
[4:00] The word impact, what this means in the work of diversity and inclusion and how we measure it
[7:43] Changing the perception of sustainability – how inclusion and wellbeing professionals are part of the work
[15:06] People-centred aspects of sustainability
[23:10] Living with ADHD and the use of the word ‘professional’ in the context of inclusion
[31:00] The benefits of a consensus-driven organisation
[37:15] Replacing the word ‘professional’ with phrases for the behaviours we want to see.
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