The status-quo when it comes to work, power, creativity, and inclusive relationships are crusty and broken, but the silver-lining of seeing the flaws in our systems is that we have the power and opportunity to build something exciting and new. Sway Them in Color explores acts of personal and professional courage and the leadership lessons gained from unconventional leaders who have gone against the status-quo to share new ideas and creations. From sex educators, tech entrepreneurs and performers, to spiritual advisors and corporate executives, each episode provides hilarious and enlightening universal lessons on some of the deeper questions of life and the leadership lessons anyone from any background can relate to and learn from. Created and hosted by Christina Blacken, Founder and Chief Narrative Strategist of TheNewQuo.com, a leadership and equity consultancy helping leaders use behavioral science based narrative strategies to disrupt bias, build better relationships, and communicat... more
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In this episode me and my guest Aurora Higgs have such a rich conversation that beginning with Aurora’s experiences and insights as a transgender individual, activist, and performer. Aurora is an activist and advocate, appointed to Virginia's LGBTQIA... more
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In this episode my guest Nike Anani and I speak about her journey of leaving a cushy corporate job in London to move back to Lagos, Nigeria to work in her family business. Nike is an international award-winning entrepreneur, succession specialist an... more
Christina does an amazing job discussing tough topics in a loving and engaging voice. One of my favs!
This is such a delightful podcast with nuanced conversations on important topics! Christina is a thoughtful, kind, and sharp host. She faciliates a meaningful, deep conversations with her guest that I really enjoy.
Such an incredibly impactful podcast that touches on various topics that allows us to truly think about the world around us, the people around us, and all the lessons we’re continuing to learn🙌🏼
Christina explores extremely potent and important topics with incredible women in authentic and inspiring ways. I’m such a fan!!
Christina’s confident and grounds presence, and infectious energy are exactly what’s needed to change the status quo in a compelling way. She’s not doing it by brut force, she’s doing it with creativity, connection, and unglorified resonance. This is a must-listen.
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Sway Them in Color launched 4 years ago and published 37 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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