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International Black Summit Interview Podcast: Peter Trevor Wilson

October 2, 2022
Black Summit Interviews
Season 1, Episode #7 – Peter Trevor Wilson

In this podcast episode, Grace Lawrence interviews  PETER TREVOR WILSON  about how he effectively uses the Summit Tools and Distinctions in his career, in his life, and in the Summit.

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Peter Trevor Wilson is the creator of Human EquityTM and founder and President of TWI Inc., a leading firm in the field of diversity, inclusion and Human Equity.

Over the past three decades, Peter Trevor and his team have helped guide some of the most progressive global employers, including Coca-Cola, EY, Shell, Home Depot, BNP Paribas and Vectren, along the firm’s industry standard measurement tool—the Equity Continuum. Part-entrepreneur, part-visionary, Peter Trevor is regularly invited to participate in think-tanks and conferences, speaking to over 10,000 people each year, and is often profiled in the media.

He is the author of two groundbreaking books. Diversity at Work: The Business Case for Equity continues to be a resource for diversity leaders 17 years since its publication. His newest work, The Human Equity Advantage, Beyond Diversity to Talent Optimization recognizes the growing sense of ‘diversity fatigue’ amongst organizations and puts forth a bold new management model, human equity, that promotes talent differentiation from a positive psychology perspective which helps to significantly improve employee engagement.

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The views and opinions expressed by the person interviewed are their own and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the International Black Summit.

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