I’m honored to be joined on this fifth episode of our special series about diversity and inclusion by Joe Carella. In fact, this is actually part two of my interview with Joe. If you missed the first part just visit leadersinpayments.com or any of your favorite podcast apps and search for episode 50.
Joe Carella is a Professor of Global Strategy and the Assistant Dean for Executive Education at the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. He has over 20 years of experience in helping executives and corporations in talent development, inclusive workplaces, managing change, strategy formulation and execution.
His academic and research engagements have seen him focus on strategic decision making, corporate strategy, talent development and business performance with a variety of corporate clients including Hershey’s, Chevron, Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, Intel, BBVA and Microsoft. He is also responsible for designing, developing and delivering successful executive education programs for global corporations.
Joe has also been a contributor to Money 2020, a keynote speaker on the state of the industry at the annual congress of the Forum of European Technology Professionals, the Society for the Plastics Industry, the Association for Talent Development and Disrupt HR. Joe has been a contributor to the Harvard Business Review focusing on the challenges of leadership.
Joe’s specialties include organizational change, talent development, diversity, business strategy, innovation, business intelligence, facilitation, coaching, leadership development, executive education and global business.