“I’m walking into it with my eyes open, my dukes up. I’m looking around the corner, but I’m still walking forward into it”
Dr. Kimberly Manning is a Professor of Medicine & Associate Vice-Chair of Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion at Emory University School of Medicine. She is also a busy clinical physician, teacher, coach, and mentor, as well as an extraordinary writer, thinker, and social media voice.
For the second year in a row, we are fortunate to have Dr. Manning join us for our final episode of the year. 2020 has been a year like no other, we reflect and focus on readiness for whatever is to come next.
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1. Finding a new empathy amidst the chaos of 2020
2. What still feels Exceptional
3. Carrying sadness (with a cameo from “Rapper’s Delight”)
4. The impact of code-switching & how it eats up cognitive & emotional space
5. The exceptional nature of diversity
6. Owning privilege and sharing that exercise
7. What are you doing well, what’s something you want to work on?
8. Imposter Syndrome & doing stuff scared
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