Creating a Safe Space: Why Normalizing the Permission to Speak Up is Key to a Successful Workplace
Normalize people having permission to say a space that might be good for others isn’t okay for them. I wrote this quote to emphasize the...
People are tired of suppressing their authenticity in organizations that expect blind loyalty.
Whether you’re a member of a marginalized group and feel psychologically unsafe at work or a leader wanting to improve your climate and be more equitable, it’s time to learn strategies and tools to enhance your personal and professional life.
Monica F. Cox, Ph.D., is a disruptor, trailblazer, change agent, and leader who believes in living an authentic life even if it makes people uncomfortable. She grew up an only child in rural southeast Alabama, where she was raised by her educator parents to persist in the face of personal and professional adversity.
As a highly-lauded coach and consultant, she guides clients in areas of career development; diversity, equity, and inclusion; and business strategy. She's a distinguished professor and entrepreneur whose inquisitive nature contributes to her passion for educating others and guiding them on journeys that connect the core of who they are with the legacies they want to leave.