Join us for a riveting chat with Chanelle, a business psychologist and content creator, shedding light on this conundrum and much more. From setting boundaries on social media to removing connections that misuse these platforms, Chanelle leads us through the labyrinth that is the social media world.
As we transition into the heavier aspect of our discussion, Chanelle’s expertise in business psychology shines through. Sharing insights from her recent masters in understanding domestic violence and sexual abuse, along with her work at Novus Via Group, Chanelle gives us a unique perspective on workplace diversity, inclusion, and sexual harassment. We also explore the fashion industry, notably the complex issues of body classification and size in modeling. Chanelle highlights the disparity between media portrayal and the average size of women, leading to a contemplative dialogue on the influence of social media on self-worth.
Lastly, we discuss the significance of utilizing one's platform to discuss meaningful topics, like domestic violence and sexual harassment, in an engaging manner. We also delve into the importance of developing healthy relationships - be it personal or professional - and the role of men in promoting women's safety and rights. Join us for this insightful and thought-provoking episode that promises to inform, engage, and perhaps change a perspective or two.
In our latest episode of Misfit Founders, we had an enlightening conversation with Chanelle, a business psychologist, content creator, and expert in navigating the complexities of social media, promoting workplace inclusion, and addressing the complexities of the fashion industry.
Chanelle provides her unique perspective on the blurred line between personal and professional content on platforms like LinkedIn, Instagram, and Twitter. As social media platforms become increasingly important in our lives, striking a balance between personal and professional content has become more challenging. Chanelle suggests setting boundaries, she also removes connections that misuse these platforms as a way to maintain a healthy balance.
The discussion then shifted to a heavier aspect - workplace diversity, inclusion, and sexual harassment. Chanelle, with her expertise in business psychology and understanding of domestic violence and sexual abuse, provides unique insights into these issues. Her work at Novus Via Group is centered on helping clients become more diverse and inclusive, a necessity in today's globalized world.
One industry that still grapples with inclusivity is fashion. The conversation delved into the complexities of body classification and size in modeling. Chanelle highlighted the disparity between media portrayals and the average size of women, leading to a thought-provoking dialogue on the influence of social media on self-worth and body image.
The power of social media isn't only negative. It can be used as a platform for meaningful discussions on topics like domestic violence and sexual harassment. Chanelle emphasized the importance of using one's platform for advocacy and to promote meaningful conversations.
The episode wrapped up with a discussion on the role of men in promoting women's safety and rights. Men can be instrumental in creating change, and it's important to involve them in these conversations. She urges men to be allies, advocating for the rights of women and marginalized groups.
To conclude, this episode of Misfit Founders served as a reminder that social media, when used wisely, can be a powerful tool for promoting inclusion, understanding, and change. It's about striking a balance, promoting diversity, and using our platforms to advocate for those who need it most.
Biro is a founder, investor and podcast host. He invests and mentors several early stage startups.
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