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Asking For More Podcast Episode 11: Toxic Masculinity with Wagatwe Wanjuki

In this interview, we answer the questions: How can we be traders to patriarch. What does that look like? Entitlement to women’s attention Guest Bio: Wagatwe Wanjuki Wagatwe Wanjuki is a feminist activist, speaker, writer, and digital strategist best known for her work as a national campus anti-violence advocate. Since launching a campaign for a better …

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Asking For More Podcast Episode 10: Impostor Syndrome and The Shame Sandwich

Impostor syndrome can hamstring your organization’s ability to respond to crises, advance DEIB goals, and adapt and innovate. It can isolate leaders, hinder solutions-focused collaboration, and drive a vicious cycle of overwhelm and burnout. Listen to this important episode and learn more about how to overcome impostor syndrome. In this interview, we answer the questions: …

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Asking For More Podcast Episode 9: Let’s talk about POWER with Sarah Olivieri

In this episode Mazarine Treyz interviews Sarah Oliveri about Power- and what’s REALLY holding you back at your organization- Are you unconsciously recreating 1600s structures without questioning them? What’s up with that? Episode breakdown: 2:00-Why nonprofits are asked to learn from businesses-but maybe THEY should be learning from US!  4:00- Back to the 1600s-how did …

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Asking For More Podcast Episode 8: Executive Director Sean Goode & Why You Should Pay People More

In this episode Mazarine Treyz interviews Sean Goode about his choice to pay all of his employees a living wage of $70,000 per year in Seattle at Choose 180. If you’re an executive director thinking about creating a better working environment for your employees, you NEED to listen to what Sean Goode has to say. …

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Asking For More Podcast Episode 7: Why it’s hard for women to ask for more with Mallory Erickson

What we talked about in this episode: Why it’s hard for women to ask 07:00 What Mazarine has seen with her clients in the last 2 years 10:30 How your childhood impacts your ability to ask for more. 11:30 The bright lining in the sector- how much more could you get paid? 12:30 How do …

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Asking For More Podcast Episode 6: Going Beyond DEI statements with April Walker

Here’s what we talked about in this episode: How can you go beyond DEI statements? 7:00 What makes deeper work necessary? 7:15 How miseducation serves the dominant hierarchy 08:00 A public learning moment for me at my conference last year 9:45 Embrace the messiness 11:00 Why Chief Diversity Officers cannot fix an entire culture 13:00 …

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Asking For More Podcast Episode 5: What is your TRUE nonprofit culture? with Deneisha Thompson

What is your TRUE nonprofit culture? What you’ll find in this episode: Why DEI training isn’t enough 4:05 Codeswitching is traumatizing 10:00 How to predict what your next consultant will tell you  13:30 What is the glass cliff? 14:30 Why it’s so important to ask for more from this sector 17:00 The key question you …

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Asking For More Podcast Episode 4: What I learned about asking for more in 2020 and 2021

Welcome to the Asking for More podcast! In this episode I am open about my learning and my failures in the last couple years-as I got clearer and clearer about how and why we need to ask for more now. Take a listen. What you’ll find in this 15 minute episode: What I realized when …

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