May 15, 2021
Kristi Rible is founder of The Huuman Group™, a leadership consultancy focused on developing leaders who are intelligent across gender, culture, and generation. She is committed to humanizing the workplace through leadership programming and coaching initiatives that look deeply at the integration of work, life, and family and how we show up for ourselves and for others. She is an advocate for working mothers and also teaches a course at Stanford on the topic of motherhood & work.
Her international leadership experience spans more than twenty years of working across technology and consumer products for both public and startup ventures throughout Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. To every consulting, teaching, or coaching engagement, she brings an intercultural and multidisciplinary perspective.
How to contact Kristi:
Stanford Course: https://www.kristirible.com/stanford-course
Instagram: @kristirible @thehuumangroup
What we talked about:
4:00 The Huuman Group
11:13 Kristi's movie "Global Mothers, Global Daughters"
17:31 Kristi's Stanford class "Motherhood & Work"
We then talked about flexible work including job sharing, how the pandemic is a punctuated equilibrium which basically means it forces systems and structures to change and how we have a stalled gender revolution as men are not involved in unpaid care work and flexible work equally yet.
Kristi mentioned the works of Paula England https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paula_England
Arlie Hochschild https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arlie_Russell_Hochschild
How to contact Karin?
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