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Creating a Path for Inclusive Leadership with Mary Stutts, CGIO at Real Chemistry

Updated: Aug 10, 2022

I met Mary Stutts when she interviewed me for her book; The Missing Mentor; women advising women on Power, Progress, and Priorities. Mary Stutts is the Chief Global Inclusion & Health Equity Officer at Real Chemistry, Corporate Board Member, Author and Keynote Speaker.

If you truly want someone who helps other women climb the ladder and someone who shows up - Mary is your woman. That’s why episode 03 of How Women Inspire Podcast is about taking the shot with Mary Stutts, Chief Global Inclusion & Health Equity Officer at Real Chemistry.

In this episode of How Women Inspire Podcast, Mary Stutts is sharing the importance of taking the shot and actionable steps you can take right now to acknowledge and understand your own biases and how to move forward with more equity.

Some of the talking points Mary and I go over in this episode include:

  • How Mary has found inspiration through Eminem and even wrapped her first C-suite speech, all through embracing fun, creativity, and the determination to seize every opportunity.

  • How being in the foster care system encouraged Mary to use her voice and speak up, find her faith, and how influential her foster parents and faith have been for her story.

  • Creating a path for inclusive leadership; how to implement the start of the change and how to make sure employees have the tools to change once biases emerge.

  • How, and why, we need both patriarchal and matriarchal leadership styles to implement the best leadership and mentorship for those following us and working with us.

This episode will help you not only live in a way that acknowledges biases, but you’ll lead from a place of understanding and equity and teach others how to do the same.

Thank you for listening!

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