18: Democratize the Workplace with Farzin Farzad (he/him)

I’m talking with Farzin Farzad (he/him) about why hierarchy in the workplace can be more harmful than helpful, the strength that lies in reimagining power distribution, and how people around the world are building new models of work that shares power, wealth, and responsibility to all.

Featured Ep. Question

How does power affect your work? And is there a such thing as healthy hierarchy?

Guest Profile

Farzin Farzad

Photo of Farzin, the guest on episode 18 of the As It Should Be with Thamarrah Jones podcast

Pronouns: he/him

Farzin Farzad is an Organizational Justice practitioner with experience in higher education, local government, and the private sector. Holding two master’s degrees in international affairs and diplomacy as well as a certificate in conflict resolution skills, Farzin leverages his unique academic background, extensive travel experience, and experiential knowledge to provide comprehensive, thought-provoking local and global approaches to his work.

In addition to training and education programs, Farzin is a seasoned project manager with expertise in developing strategies that build equitable workplace environments and government services, as well as Employee Resource Group events and programs.

Farzin is the founder of Critical Equity Consulting, LLC, a boutique Organizational Justice consulting firm focused on helping organizations rebuild with a primary focus on creating equitable outcomes.

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