As employees’ lifestyles have shifted during the pandemic, now more than ever, having it ‘all together’ is not always a realistic expectation.
So, how have female leadership roles evolved? How crucial has employee well-being become?
As women leaders, we can sometimes underestimate the power of authenticity in our role and how much of a unique position we have to support other women as they balance their roles as caregivers and professionals.
In this episode, Erica Cummings speaks with Shareen Luze, head of culture and field experience at RBC Wealth Management. Shareen unpacks the ins and outs of her career path in the financial and HR world while detailing how her journey led her to realize the power of support authenticity as a women leader.
- The value of empathy for other women in the workplace
- Ways her role portrays and represents employee advocacy
- The pandemic and ways it changed the way she approaches employee well-being
- How her role sponsors women to find their voice in their careers
- Her own journey with discovering her voice to empower and mentor other women
- And more!
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About Our Guest:
Shareen Luze is head of culture and field experience for RBC Wealth Management–U.S. She saw equality and equity at the core of her upbringing—and applies her values to the work she does today. Shareen is dedicated to fostering a workplace that helps all employees reach their full potential.
In her role, Shareen develops and executes strategic human resources strategies and initiatives for the firm. She has built a career around providing compassionate advice and counsel to employees, managers, and leaders. She’s also established workplace policies that comply with legal and regulatory requirements and support RBC’s values.
She earned a bachelor’s degree with honors from the University of Michigan and graduated cum laude from Hamline University School of Law. Shareen currently serves on the Board of Directors for the Tubman Center, which promotes safe and healthy individuals and families through education and support services.
When she’s not in the office, Shareen enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.