Ever wonder, when pushing your stroller or unloading a large package, where those super helpful dips in the sidewalks came from? Learn about these innovations and more on this month’s I’m All In podcast. This month, Charles Johnson, director diversity and inclusion, hosts Katja Stokley, project engineer, Ball Aerospace, as they discuss the realities of living with permanent or temporary disabilities and the innovations that come out of thinking inclusively. Katja provides candid commentary on her experience, both inclusive and non-inclusive, and real insight on how to interact with people who have a disability. This podcast is part of Ball’s greater efforts to bring awareness to disabilities, both physical and mental, during National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
Every September, Ball Corporation celebrates Who We Are Month, taking pride in our people, culture and who we are as a company. Ball has taken great strides toward creating a more diverse and inclusive workplace and there is still work to be done. This month, join Charles Johnson as he has an open and candid conversation with John Hayes, chairman, president and chief executive officer, Ball Corporation, about the progress Ball has made in regards to diversity and inclusion and the challenges we face moving forward.
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An environment that unlocks the unique qualities, values and potential of each employee, and leverages diverse perspectives, experiences, competencies, cultures and aspirations. That’s what we’re striving to provide at Ball, so each and every one of us can thrive and do our best work. In this month’s podcast hosted by Charles Johnson, director, diversity and inclusion, co-hosted by Scott McCarty, director, communications and engagement, Beverage Packaging North & Central America, talks to Aren Good, administrative associate, electrical engineering, Ball Aerospace, and divisional lead of the LGBTA Ball Resource group, about Ball's perfect score on the Corporate Equality Index that we earned for a second year by making improvements to our policies and procedures to make them more inclusive and his perspectives on how to continue to promote a more inclusive environment at Ball.