As we build the future of work — let’s not only make sure it is diverse and inclusive but take a look even a step further.

We each have a role to play and each of us can make a difference. We need to change the course of history. We now have the technology and power to create change. We can and we must!

What can we do? We can — LISTEN, LEARN, ACT, & SUPPORT.

Two arrows pointing in opposite directions, with the word Future and a question mark below it.
Two arrows pointing in opposite directions, with the word Future and a question mark below it.
Will our future repeat history or will we move forward to change?

If we look at advances in technology such as AI, it is not only about efficiency. It’s also about creating the change and social impact we long to see. Data is being used to create state-of-the-art algorithms.


Squeeze out every last drop of your toothpaste, not every last drop of yourself!

Squeeze out every last drop of your toothpaste, not every last drop of yourself!

I’m guilty! Hacking all the ways to combine activities to maximize my time. I’m the master multitasker. Running while listening to the latest podcast & slowing my pace to take digital note of something noteworthy, reviewing work while eating, bathing kids while catching up on emails. While I’m pretty impressed by multitaskers like myself, I do believe it’s time to slow down.

There are so many posts, books, articles, talks, etc. on how to hack your time management, productivity, or flow. Trust me, I read, watch…


Most of you know by now, I have been on a journey to continue my career in human resources. Most of you can also relate to the enormous amount of energy and the curvy path with many bumps this takes. I would like to share with you some support I discovered during the lockdown.

Every Tuesday evening for 12 weeks, I looked forward to a one-hour meeting with the same group of 5 powerful women in our virtual living room Zoom. These women became my sparring partners, who I confided in about my challenges and struggles. …


A Diverse and Thriving Ecosystem diversity and inclusion reflection in times of quarantine

My reflection began with a family Zoom call. Thanks to quarantine, we finally found time to have regular group family chats. They are not planned, scheduled and we don’t necessarily talk about anything in particular. We managed to replicate a virtual living room, some are talking, some are listening, with chitchat about what’s going on in our daily life. …

Laura Dumas Kozub

Inclusion advocate, passionate about empowering change and building a future that is equitable and fair. HR Development Background

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