EPISODE 20

The Women’s Inequity Crisis in the Workplace | Brielle Valle

The pandemic has not only affected a huge part of our lives, it has also exposed some of the underlying challenges that have existed for many years, one of which is women’s inequity. From managing family health, to caring for children, or choosing whether to work from home or return to the physical workplace, women have disproportionately experienced challenges that could be better managed, if they receive the required support. In this episode, Brielle Valle shares insights from her latest book - Default to Responsibility: Women’s Plight During COVID-19 and the Solution to Reaching Equality - and provides learnings for leaders and key decision makers in corporations. The episode will leave you with a deeper understanding of areas to look out for, in order to create and implement processes that truly support employee’s needs.

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Brielle Valle

Brielle Valle Consulting
Brielle Valle, a women’s equity speaker and the owner of Brielle Valle Consulting, a leadership consulting firm focused on educating managers to achieve a cohesive and equitable culture, has 15 years of experience in Corporate Development and People Operations. Valle holds a B.S. in Communication, an M.S. in Organizational Communication and Leadership, is PI certified, and has 40 credits toward a doctorate degree in Business Leadership. She has published works in SAGE Publications Ltd., Information Age Publishing, and Pearson. Her recent research aims to support corporations in reaching gender equality.

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