In this episode, I am interviewing Dr Joel A. Davis Brown.
Dr. Joel is the Chief Visionary Officer for the organizational development firm, Pneumos. He is also a public speaker and an author. He has worked in leadership and management training since 2006 and serves as an adjunct professor for the IÉSEG School of Management in Paris.
Dr Joel specializes in training around diversity, equity and inclusion, emotional intelligence, anti-racism, LGBTQ+ inclusion, interpersonal dialogue, and intercultural communication.
He is the author of the book The Souls of Queer Folk: How Understanding LGBTQ+ Cultural Values Can Transform Your Leadership Practices. And Dr Joel holds an educational doctorate from Saint Mary’s College of California and a juris doctorate in law from University of Virginia.
In this episode, Dr Joel shares:
The Importance of Centering Purpose in your Career
His Top 3 Criteria in selecting Work
The History of Intersectionality between the Queer and Black Justice Movements
You can connect with Dr Joel through his website, Pneumos, where you will find links to his social media, and more info on the work he is doing.
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