How to use open-source to respond to a crisis, with Tariq Meyers
The open-source movement has given us an insight into the decisions that organizations around the world have been making to help their employees work through it during a crisis. But we don’t always get to learn about how or why they make the decisions that end up in the open-source policy or document.
To learn more about prioritizing open and transparent communication during this crisis, Damon Klotz sat down with Tariq Meyers, Global Head of Belong, Inclusion, and Diversity at Coinbase.
Damon and Tariq discuss what was happening in the room when Coinbase created the now-public documents to help leaders with their response to the constant changes. You’ll also hear Damon and Tariq discuss the Black Lives Matter movement and explore ways to make space for conversations about race at work.
This episode originally appeared as part of Working through it series. Check out the series for more tips and stories of people navigating periods of transition.
In this episode, Damon Klotz and Chip Conley explore what it means to be a modern elder, ponder the notion of our identity being wrapped up in our work, and why the older generation’s emotional intelligence is just as important as the younger generation’s digital intelligence.
Join our host Damon Klotz as he reflects on the 7 parts of the working through it series and how they’ve helped him work through it during this time. Damon will share which moments from the episodes he has found himself coming back to, where he’s struggling and how he plans to act on these learnings in the future.
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