Full Q&A - Belonging and Dignity in the Workplace
In this session Marie Charlot, President, Leaders Choice, talks about her experience centering dignity for a Fortune 500 company.
Topic: Belonging and Dignity in the Workplace
As Victor Hugo said, “Nothing is more powerful than an idea whose time has come.” Dignity’s time is now.
Dignity is an internal state of peace that comes with the recognition and acceptance of the value and vulnerability of all living things.
Dignity is a birthright.
Dignity not only explains an aspect of what it means to be human, but also is a hallmark of our shared humanity. Everyone wants to be treated in a way that shows they matter.
We build belonging by honoring dignity. Through dignity we can foster belonging within ourselves and for people we are in relationship with.
Our guest, Marie Charlot, will share her experience centering dignity and belonging at a Fortune 500 company and helping them to more than double their sales. Her approach? Dignity and helping all people experience inclusion.
Our Guest: Marie Charlot
Whether Marie Charlot is working with people in the United States, Canada, or Asia, she finds that we share basic human values and are committed to the same things: love, acceptance, abundance, and dignity. Her love and passion for people – of any age and cultural background – will not allow what is comfortable to supersede what is essential for their success. Marie is a catalyst who drives measurable transformation by providing others with new tools to be effective, and thus maximize their potential.
Marie offers twenty-five years of experience in leading, training, and coaching individuals and groups on topics that profoundly impact all aspects of their lives. Marie has worked with over 50,000 people providing personal and group coaching in areas that allow for personal growth, such as parenthood, family, relationships, communities, conscious leadership, communications and professional effectiveness. She led seminars for families on Radio Verité to audiences in North America, Europe, and Haiti. A community that started with 20,000 and grew to over 300,000 people. After 9/11, Marie worked with several major companies who lost hundreds of their employees at the World Trade Center, offering coaching and guidance through the healing process of the employees who survived. Marie developed sales training, executive coaching and leadership programs in the business sector to improve performance at all levels for small, medium to Fortune 500 Companies. She has worked with Youth at Risk organization, providing coaching to underprivileged youth.
Fluent in French and Creole, Marie graduated from CUNY/ Brooklyn College with B.A. in Economics & Psychology followed by graduate courses. In addition to her academic education, she was trained by a number of the most effective leaders in transformational education.
You can learn more about her company at: https://www.leaderschoice.net/