How do you overcome external static to reach your goals? What’s the emotional impact on BIPOC employees when the playing field is unleveled at work? In today’s episode, Sr. Director-Health Equity, Dr. Sylvia Bartley, joins us to talk about her career path. From questions being raised about her ability to achieve a PhD in Neurophysiology to the catalyst behind her book ‘Turning the Tide,’ we’ll discuss Sylvia’s career path and how she’s coped with the external static thrown her way.
In addition, we’ll provide receipts on managing the disparities in BIPOC communities in the UK, as well as how the unleveled playing field continues to have negative impacts on general wellbeing. Then, we’ll share C-CRETS on how to find your purpose while becoming an advocate and a voice for change.
This week on C-CRETS:
[2:54] The hosts introduce Sylvia
[7:00] Sylvia shares her background in the UK
[17:30] Following the path of least resistance
[23:16] Registering for a PhD and other people’s doubts
[31:00] Retreating inward
[37:20] The inspiration behind ‘Turning the Tide’
[48:34] Receipts on managing the disparities in BIPOC communities in the UK and the negative impact on BIPOC wellbeing
[56:49] C-CRETS on how to find your purpose while becoming an advocate and a voice for change
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