Good Enough Now with Diversity Expert, Jessica Pettitt

Jessica Pettitt

The workplace today is richly diverse and brimming with people of all personality types.  Some we get along well with and others we just can’t seem to gel with.  On this episode of Authentic Living with Roxanne, we welcome Diversity Expert, Jessica Pettitt who will share some of her Good Enough Now ideas about creating a more collaborative environment with those we have to spend our time with each day.

As a College Administrator, Social Justice Training Institute Alumna, Returned Peace Corps Volunteer, and a Certified Speaking Professional, Jessica has taken the typical diversity talks to the next level of social justice conversations. She examines privilege, oppression, entitlement, and our collective responsibility to make change while connecting difficult topics with employee retention, crisis management, and increasing innovation and profits.

Listen to the podcast here:

Authentic Touch Points

  • Being real instead of being perfect.  3:05
  • Working with teams to create collaboration.  7:30
  • Dealing with difficult people.  10:20
  • The conception of Good Enough Now.  15:30
  • Jessica’s comedic background.  26:30
  • Confronting the elephant(s) in the room.  28:35
  • Jessica’s bonus offerings.  32:35

Jessica blends politics, humor, identity, and local flair with big city passion and energy through direct, individualized, and interactive conversations.  Her Good Enough Now brand highlights her workshops, seminars, and keynotes don’t just leave participants invigorated but inspired and motivated to follow through with action to create change.  

She has traveled and lived in a variety of communities and environments, while also engaging with education as student, teacher, administrator, and active community member. Jessica uses her take on life to lead participants through a safe but confrontational process of examination, self-reflection, and open dialog that is as challenging as it is rewarding.

I encourage you to reach out at any time with thoughts or questions. Click here to contact me at your convenience.

Thanks!

Roxanne

Links: 
Jessica’s website:  https://goodenoughnow.com
Jessica’s email:  jessica@goodenoughnow.com
Jessica’s offerings:  https://goodenoughnow.com/freebies

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