Gretchen Sheirr on The New Rules of Engagement

Talking the 'new rules' with Houston Rockets' President of Business Operations

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“People tend to gravitate towards people that are similar to them. When you’re not taking your time, you haven’t set goals and objectives and everyone isn’t aligned to where you’re going, and you’re making fast decisions, you have a tendency to go with what you’re comfortable with, which may not – and likely will not – get you to your inclusion goals.” – Gretchen Sheirr

SRI is delighted to present the latest interview in a video series featuring world leaders from the converging industries discussing The New Rules of Engagement. Gretchen Sheirr talks new rules of ‘Digital Fandom’ and the actions making the most positive difference to diversity & inclusion at the Houston Rockets. Watch below.

Thank you so much to Gretchen for sharing these insightful views. For more on The New rules of Engagement, why not check out Wordsmyth CEO Kibi Anserson’s brilliant interview or take our 2-minute ‘New Rules’ survey (we’ll send you the results!) by clicking here.

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