Many organizations have focused on diversifying their organizations through recruitment, but a diverse staff doesn’t automatically equal an inclusive culture. This session will go beyond recruiting to developing and retaining ethnically diverse employees, measuring outcomes, and sustaining change within an organization. Attendees will be equipped with the skills and tools to identify real root causes of inequity in their organizations and will learn how to inspire and implement behavior changes needed to build a truly inclusive culture.
How to balance inclusion and belonging with the push for diverse representation and how to leverage intersectionality when creating goals & measuring outcomes How to identify and address the real root causes so change is measurable and sustainable How to amplify and sustain learning to create more inclusive cultures
Facts Related To This Presentation
According to SHRM’s 2020 US Worker Survey, approximately 42% of Black workers, 26% of Asian-American workers and 21% of Hispanic workers felt unfairly treated in the workplace due to their race or ethnicity over the last 5 years. And the 5-year price of turnover from workers leaving jobs they didn’t feel treated them equally or didn’t equally make room for their career advancement is $171.9 billion.