Every year, companies invest thousands of dollars in implementing diversity/inclusion programs within their teams. The reason: diversity & inclusion builds stronger teams, with better problem-solving skills, resilience, and empathy.
However, daring to be different is not easy. We have to navigate through the Ladder of Privilege, and the journey can be daunting.
We want to discuss why it is so important to stand proud and fearless, aiming to be 1% better every day for ourselves and our organizations.
Also, if you have questions that you’d like for us to address about this topic, send them over to firstname.lastname@example.org 🙂
(spanish session)Executive coach specialized in business diversity, he's the founder of CoachMap and author of the book "Come Out! Companies also have to come out of the closet" (Aurum Books).
Born in Quilmes, Argentina, Diego began his career in the Financial Consulting industry.
Currently, he is part of the Fundación Convive Panamá, developing the Business Diversity area through the expansion of the PrideConnection network. His achievements include the successful execution of the "Exemplary Practices Congress" in Panama since 2017; This being the first LGBTQ + nature congress in Panama.
Diego is part of the Global Shapers (World Economic Forum), promoting several projects in favor of gender equality and rights in the region, and co-founder of the chapter of Fuckup Nights Miami.
In his spare time, he is passionate about traveling and writing reviews about inclusive cities on his blog and on his networks with the tag #365daysofgaytravel
(spanish session)Human Resources professional with more than 6 years of experience in the business field who has a true passion for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the workplace ... And also coffee.Alfredo is experienced in talent attraction, Training, well-being, culture, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and before moving to Mexico City, he held the chapter of Fuckup Nights Chihuahua.
(English session)Carl Chiang is a communications professional helping brands find their voice through an inclusive and culturally relevant lens. Their experience spans from leading the Philippine and Albanian chapters of the world’s largest youth-run non-profit to working with tech companies that revolutionize the way people find products and access the open Internet.
Carl has a deep passion for making cultural experiences accessible to everyone with their start-up, Archival Toronto. They’ve raised thousands for charity, created widely covered, and attended cultural events in Toronto.
Fuckup Nights is a global movement and event series that shares stories of professional failure. Each month, in events across the globe, we get three to four people to get up in front of a room full of strangers to share their own professional fuckup. The stories of the business that crashes and burns, the partnership deal that goes sour, the product that has to be recalled, we tell them all.
Failure Institute Events
Workshops And Webinars
Terms & Conditions
The Failure Institute © All rights reserved.