Listen: Facebook, Silicon Valley, Antionette discussed on Three and a Half Degrees: The Power of Connection
"Clear. The idea because you're absolutely right. So many companies focus on their own mission other purpose, but that actually then doesn't cascade down into the mission purpose of the individuals that make up the company and literally going to have this exercise with my leadership team next week. So thanks very much for sharing them. Thank you so much, and I am looking forward to seeing what you continue to do in your organization because it is needed in Silicon Valley. But also just across honestly the world and just looking at how to create local impact global impact. So it's been such a pleasure. Having diverse teams can pay huge dividends. But how do you start? And how do you get it? Right Antionette and Jonathan's conversation offered us ways to move everyone in the right direction. It's all about connecting with people who don't always think like us and create. Environments where people can truly be themselves. It's not always easy. And you're never going to get everyone to agree. We can all get defensive about our opinions sometimes, but the truth is our power is in our differences and all that difference can lead to better results, not only for your business. But also for yourself. Three and a half degrees is an original podcast from Facebook. For more information. Visit us at Facebook dot com slash three and a half degrees. That's three and a half degrees. All spelled out. Subscribe in listen for free on apple podcasts, Google podcasts. Tune in Stitcher or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm David Fisher. Thank you for listening."