How to Start Conversations and Implement Change in the Workplace


September 3rd, 2020

29 mins 16 secs

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About this Episode

This week for our 100th Episode, we talk to Kandice Guice, a woman who holds many different impressive roles. As an attorney, entrepreneur, lifestyle and fashion writer and mom, Kandice walks us through her journey from graduating from college during the 2008 recession to creating her own empire.

Kandice offers advice on how to not only get the conversation starting about diversity and inclusion in the workplace, but how to implement real change.

She also discusses what she does for work and life balance as well as her new program called "Inking The Deal," which is a comprehensive guided course designed to help you negotiate contracts and close deals.

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Guice's advice for asking for change and holding people accountable:
_15.41.65 "And so it is really about accountability and holding people accountable. So it's not sending one email and then, you know, okay, I didn't hear back or they said they were going to do it, but they didn't do anything. It's really holding their feet to the fire and making the decision to keep pushing for the change you want to see."

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