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Foundry Seminar Series-Megan Greenfield "Women in the Workplace: Impacts of COVID, and Where to Go from Here"
Kevin L. Nichols (He/Him)
14:39
Allyship and knowledge
Shannon Ciston
14:51
I’m here to learn new perspectives, and find some actionable steps to take next
Alyssa Brand
14:51
This is an important topic for me and my friends.
Janie (she/her) Pinterits
14:54
Invested in retention at the Lab
Kim (she/her)
15:09
I thought things were bad. It turns out it’s worse. Looking for the truth and solutions.
Tracy Mattox
15:10
I'm a working mom
Arica Chhay
15:25
to learn, see data and potential solutions
Andrew Doran
15:32
i'm here to learn so I can better help fix our laboratory's abysmal performance on this topic
Thomas Kirchstetter - Berkeley Lab
15:34
As a division director, I want to hear more about this so that I am better able to support my division
Branden Brough
15:38
To learn! The more we know, communicate, learn, question, and listen, the better we can do.
Emiley Eloe-Fadrosh
15:39
juggling two small kids and it’s hard! Looking forward to hearing how to navigate
Lida Gifford (she/her)
15:43
Looking for what we need to communicate to our staff about this issue.
Jenn Stokes-Draut (she/her)
17:00
Because sometimes, though I know it isn't true, it feels like I am the only one who was impacted and who is still figuring out how to recover.
Kim (she/her)
23:22
Recognize nor compensate !
Kim (she/her)
25:41
Micro = subtle
Kevin L. Nichols (He/Him)
26:20
Would love to have these slides afterwards. Thanks.
Dawn Munson
27:49
Yes, the slides would be great.
Kim (she/her)
31:38
Sponsorhip, not mentorship?
Andrew Doran
34:06
This point is especially important, it's a recipe for extra burnout if not done well, in my humble opinion
Megan Greenfield
37:19
https://womenintheworkplace.com/
Shannon Ciston
37:24
You can enter question into the chat, or raise your zoom hand, please.
Kim (she/her)
37:55
Project Include’s report:
Kim (she/her)
37:58
https://projectinclude.org/assets/pdf/Project_Include_Harassment_Report_0321_R8.pdf
Branden Brough
38:20
Thank you! Fantastic information and insights. Are you able to comment on how these themes/trends might be more or less impacting women in academic or research environments?
Branden Brough
40:14
Go ahead
Joseph Chew (he/him)
41:03
Thanks for the slides link. Are there plans to make the recording available as well?
Andrew Doran
42:16
You mentioned one of the key things organizations can do is to hold management "accountable" to DEI goals. Can you give some concrete examples of what that actually looks like in practice? It's easily talked to, and very hard to do, in my experience.
Vi
43:21
Thank you for your presentation. The suggestions of what an organization can do are fantastic. What else can employees do to support these activities from a bottom up approach?
Shannon Ciston
46:34
That description of sponsorship is very helpful, thanks!
Megan Greenfield
48:47
A few articles - https://www.linkedin.com/in/megangreenfield/detail/recent-activity/posts/
Andrew Doran
53:42
thanks!
Shannon Ciston
55:26
I’ll try to walk down that path of sponsorship by looking for high-visibility opportunities for someone
Liana Klivansky
56:26
I would encourage other women to not be shy to advocate for themselves
Janie (she/her) Pinterits
56:31
Develop a workshop utilizing the promotions materials HR presented on this summer
Branden Brough
56:36
Lead a discussion with our division leaders this afternoon on what we learned here today
Andrew Doran
58:37
go out of my way to touch base with/encourage/make feel welcome, newer colleagues, especially women and ppl of color
Branden Brough
59:28
@Kim. You’re right that it can be harder at a national lab but there are usually some creative ways if you know who to talk to or what buttons to push. If I can help share some things we’ve done, happy to connect separately
Rachel Stitt
01:00:13
pay attention to what I see and hear around me and be an upstandet
Vi
01:00:16
Encourage those who missed this talk to watch the recording
Branden Brough
01:04:37
Same. Survive and advance
Janie (she/her) Pinterits
01:05:42
Thanks Megan for this outstanding session. You noted the importance of wellness. Folks, check out IDEA’s wellness resources https://healthyandwell.lbl.gov/home
Dawn Munson
01:06:32
Thank you! This was great!
Jenn Stokes-Draut (she/her)
01:06:37
Thank you!! Lots of food for thought.
Teresa Calarco
01:06:39
Thank you!
Arica Chhay
01:06:41
Thanks to Megan and to the Foundry IDEA Committee!! This was very interesting.
Vi
01:06:48
Thank you!
Emiley Eloe-Fadrosh
01:06:50
Thank you!
Janie (she/her) Pinterits
01:07:00
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