Elizabeth Uviebinené is a multi-award winning author, speaker and columnist at The Financial Times. Her new book, The Reset explores the changing ways we’re working and living. She is the co-author of Slay In Your Lane: The Black Girl Bible, the critically acclaimed bestseller. She is also a brand strategist working on campaigns for businesses such as Nike and Bumble. In this episode she discusses where societal and cultural shifts should start and how we should advocate for ourselves to create change in the workplace.
“We have to be as courageous as possible in asking for what we want.” - Elizabeth
6.49 - Discover Elizabeth’s movement from Slay in Your Lane to The Reset
11.24 - Should work cultural and societal shifts start with the individual or the company?
17.13 - How does empowering employees work in more rigid industries?
30.39 - Advocating for ourselves and others
34.20 - Elizabeth’s experiences of London as a young Black woman in the past year
44.32 - What do we need to Love or Leave behind as a society to reset?