Apr 29, 2021
Quote: “What I’m seeing across the board, companies are looking at diversifying their makeup.” Phyllis Reid-Jarvis
The events of the past year have led to some very frank discussions about systemic racism and the effects it has on today’s society. This in turn has created the space for conversations directed around diversity and inclusion at home and in the workplace. On this episode of Authentic Living with Roxanne, we welcome Phyllis Reid-Jarvis to have a conversation about how leaders can guide their teams through tough conversations and what employees can do to help themselves.
Phyllis is an experienced international executive coach who works with organizations and individuals to realize their full potential. With a focus on employee and organizational success, she helps businesses sharpen their skills by coaching them on how to operationalize what they have learned in training.
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Phyllis holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Foods & Nutrition from the University of Manitoba and a Diploma in Dietetics from the Health Sciences Centre. She also holds a Master’s of Public Health degree through the University of Manitoba, as well as a graduate certificate in ageing from the Centre for Aging in Manitoba. She received her professional coach training at the International Coach Academy (ICA) and is a member of the College of Dietitians of Manitoba, Dietitians of Canada, International Coaching Federation (ICF), and the Consulting Dietitians Network.
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