Human centered workplaces foster trust and psychological safety because they prioritize the needs and well-being of their employees. When employees feel valued and supported, they are more likely to feel comfortable sharing their ideas and opinions, which leads to better collaboration and problem-solving. Additionally, when employees feel psychologically safe, they are more likely to take risks and be innovative, which can lead to increased productivity and success for the organization. Join us to learn from our experts on how creating a human centered workplace can lead to a more positive and productive work environment for everyone involved.
Rachelle is a DEI Personal Consultant & EQ Coach who channels cultural change through her voice in the global community. Rachelle’s passions center around collaborating while amplifying impact through sharing knowledge and resources & creating an inclusive workplace culture. Additionally, she utilizes the invaluable voice that women of diverse backgrounds have to empower themselves and others. Relentless in her pursuits, she has written two Amazon eBooks and is writing two more, along with four other children’s books for young girls of color with my daughter Sofia. This journey has brought her to create a Podcast: Diversity Connects Us, featuring Women & Men of Color While Navigating Race and Gender. The topics range from Tokenism, Micro-aggressions, Colorism, Sexism, Emotional Intelligence, Gender, Race & Mental Health. In addition, she is a fierce researcher, reader of all books, yogi, and community partnership builder. She packs a punch with certifications in an Emerging Transformational Leadership Program, a Life Coach Certificate, a Professional Certificate in Inclusive Leadership & finally, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in The Workplace. She graduated between 2019 & 2022. Her seasoned experience as a teacher, serial entrepreneur, game-changer, and ballroom dancer has spanned nearly 25 years covering Europe, Canada, and the South Florida markets.