the Offer with Michael Glinter

Diversity and Inclusion: Empowering People in both Military and Civilian Life w/ Chris Milot

December 02, 2020 Michael Glinter
the Offer with Michael Glinter
Diversity and Inclusion: Empowering People in both Military and Civilian Life w/ Chris Milot
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the Offer with Michael Glinter
Diversity and Inclusion: Empowering People in both Military and Civilian Life w/ Chris Milot
Dec 02, 2020
Michael Glinter

Special Guest Chris Milot
    
Chris Milot has a very diverse background in Military, Government, Education, and Corporate America.  He has had the opportunity to see how D&I transcends all industries, environments, and organizational cultures.  He spent the last 25 years driving Learning and Organizational Development programs, change management, and instructional design & analysis. Chris has an exceptional level of versatility gained from a wide array of managerial roles and technical skills in strategic planning, diversity & inclusion, project management, new business development, retail training, sales, and talent management. 

Today Chris and I will talk about:

  •  Defining diversity depending on the organization
  • Growing beyond the silos of an organization
  • Gaps in the hiring process 
  • How are companies falling short
  • Military vs Civilian D&I programs
  • Serving the same purpose - The military can do better
  • Military employees transitioning to the civilian world have seen discrimination
  • Overcoming Bias - Military employees becoming valuable leaders
  • PTSD Stigma  feeding stereotypes
  • What can companies do differently?
  • How can military employees feel comfortable entering an unstructured environment? 
  • Senior Leadership needed to be involved in training

 
Special Guest Information
Chris Milot
Training, Learning, and Development Leader
US Army Veteran
Email:
[email protected]
LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/christophermilot/

GLINTER SOCIAL MEDIAL AND CONTACT INFO
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https://www.michaelglinter.com/podcast-1   (Podcast)
http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelglinter   (Linked In)
#MichaelAGlinter (Twitter)
http://www.facebook.com/michael.glinter (Facebook)
https://www.youtube.com/c/MichaelGlinter  (YouTube)
www.michaelglinter.com   (Website)

 

 

 

Show Notes

Special Guest Chris Milot
    
Chris Milot has a very diverse background in Military, Government, Education, and Corporate America.  He has had the opportunity to see how D&I transcends all industries, environments, and organizational cultures.  He spent the last 25 years driving Learning and Organizational Development programs, change management, and instructional design & analysis. Chris has an exceptional level of versatility gained from a wide array of managerial roles and technical skills in strategic planning, diversity & inclusion, project management, new business development, retail training, sales, and talent management. 

Today Chris and I will talk about:

  •  Defining diversity depending on the organization
  • Growing beyond the silos of an organization
  • Gaps in the hiring process 
  • How are companies falling short
  • Military vs Civilian D&I programs
  • Serving the same purpose - The military can do better
  • Military employees transitioning to the civilian world have seen discrimination
  • Overcoming Bias - Military employees becoming valuable leaders
  • PTSD Stigma  feeding stereotypes
  • What can companies do differently?
  • How can military employees feel comfortable entering an unstructured environment? 
  • Senior Leadership needed to be involved in training

 
Special Guest Information
Chris Milot
Training, Learning, and Development Leader
US Army Veteran
Email:
[email protected]
LinkedIn:
https://www.linkedin.com/in/christophermilot/

GLINTER SOCIAL MEDIAL AND CONTACT INFO
[email protected]  (Email)
https://www.michaelglinter.com/podcast-1   (Podcast)
http://www.linkedin.com/in/michaelglinter   (Linked In)
#MichaelAGlinter (Twitter)
http://www.facebook.com/michael.glinter (Facebook)
https://www.youtube.com/c/MichaelGlinter  (YouTube)
www.michaelglinter.com   (Website)