This episode features a conversation between Debra and her producer Doug Foresta as they discuss whether we should be paid well for doing work that contributes to the social good. For more information, visit www.ruhglobal.com
What do you do if you can't find your way in the workforce due to discrimination or other factors? On today's episode you'll hear from Matthew A. Shapiro as he talks about his journey of graduating from college, trying to land a good job and ultimately deciding to start his own company and what he's learned along the way. This episode is co-hosted by Debra Ruh and Doug Foresta.
This episode features an interview with Neil Milliken as he shares his story and journey of discovering that he had dyslexia, and how he has been able to embrace his strengths and have a global impact in the disability and inclusion field. For more information, visit www.ruhglobal.com
This episode features a conversation between Doug Foresta and Debra Ruh about how disability issues effect all of us as well as the upside of disability. For more information visit www.ruhglobal.com
This episode features an interview with Rick Sizemore, director of the Wilson Workforce and Rehabilitation Center in Virginia. Rick discusses the work that they do at the center, and how vocational rehabilitation helps maximize human potential in the workplace. To learn more, visit www.ruhglobal.com
This episode features an interview with author, speaker and coach Lance Secretan as he discusses the power of inspiration and love to bring out the best in people at work. Discover why leadership is broken and what we need to do instead.
This episode features an interview with John Donvan, the co-author of "In a Different Key: The Story of Autism," the New York Times bestseller published in 2016 by Crown Books. John discusses takeaways from his research and writing of the book, as well as what works in tapping into the potential of persons with autism. For more information, visit www.ruhglobal.com
How do we fully tap into the hidden human potential in the workplace? This episode features a discussion between Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global, and Doug Foresta, veteran podcast producer and coach as they discuss how to find and bring out the best in human potential. For more information, visit www.ruhglobal.com
This episode, the first in a series about how young people are changing the world for persons with disabilities, features an interview with Subs Acharya, founder of Project Starfish. Subs explains what Project Starfish is and how it is helping to overcome global unemployment, poverty and social challenges by creating business value and work opportunities. To learn more, visit www.ruhglobal.com
In this episode, Debra discusses a new series which will feature millennials who are changing the world for persons with disabilities. Discover what young people around the world are doing to move beyond the limiting beliefs and stereotypes about what PwD's can accomplish. To learn more, visit www.ruhglobal.com
In this episode Debra shares stories from her journey speaking at the UN and discusses some of the people she met and the work they are doing around the world in disability inclusion. For more information visit www.ruhglobal.com
In this episode Debra shares updates about her visit to the United Nations and what other countries are doing when it comes to disability inclusion, as well as the work that still needs to be done when it comes to disability inclusion.
In this episode Debra shares how she went from a mother of a person with a disability (which she still is!) to global speaker and most recently was invited to speak at the United Nations.
What kind of language are you using when you speak to employers about persons with disabilities? In this episode you'll discover how to speak the language of business so that you can effectively engage employers.
What lessons can we learn about inclusion from a Disney Imagineer? This episode features an interview with former Disney Imagineer and Ruh Global COO Richard Streitz as he discusses inclusion and the business case for hiring persons with disabilities.
In this episode Debra discusses the question of who gets to define normal in the workplace. Discover the problem with "normal' and what we need to focus on instead to maximize human potential at work. To learn more, visit www.ruhglobal.com
In this episode Debra talks about Global Accessibility Awareness Day, what it is and why it matters. Discover why accessibility matters not only to people with disabilities, but also to all of us and how we all benefit from accessibility initiatives.
In this episode Debra shares tips about how to go beyond compliance to maximize the potential of your workforce. Discover why compliance alone will never get you the results that you want and the mindset shift you need to make for success. To learn more, visit www.ruhglobal.com
In this episode you'll meet Sara Ruh, Chief Inspiration Officer of Ruh Global. Debra and Sara share their reflections about human potential and about this podcast.
In this episode Debra Ruh, CEO of Ruh Global, discusses the importance of human potential, what it is, and what this podcast is about. Discover why employers and organizations need to care about human potential.