The conversation around inclusion often stops at how to and what are we doing to include people, but we don’t often talk about the emotional, physical and psychological cost to people of not being included. Dr. Arin Reeves chats with Mark Yacano about the impact of generational differences on mental health and happiness in the workplace.
A leading researcher, author and advisor in the fields of leadership and inclusion, Dr. Arin Reeves studied business at DePaul University’s College of Commerce, attended law school at University of Southern California and received her Ph.D. in Sociology from Northwestern University.
Arin is a best-selling author of two books – The Next IQ and One Size Never Fits All – and she is the president of the research and advisory firm, Nextions (pronounced “connections” without the “co”), a new way of seeing and doing leadership and inclusion. She has designed and led several comprehensive research projects on leadership and inclusion in topics ranging from gender equity, cultural integration and implicit bias to transformational leadership and working through generational differences.
Before Nextions (formerly The Athens Group), Arin practiced law for several years and served as an Adjunct Professor at Northwestern University where she taught classes on law and society.