November 24, 2020

Lessons from being invisible

People face different adversities in the workplace, and it’s important for leaders to address those. As a result, it can feel even more difficult to put one foot in front of the other. This past year has challenged us to think about ourselves as humans first and leaders second, says Charlene Wheeless, CEO of advisory company Charlene Wheeless LLC, senior advisor for Equity & Justice for APCO Worldwide, and chair of the Page Society. In discussing adversities in the workplace caused by lack of racial justice, and also her very own journey in battling cancer, join Wheeless in a conversation about how leaders can lead with compassion and overcome adversity in order to better connect with, engage and support your employees through their own.