Diversity and Inclusion—Both the "Right" Thing to Do and a Competitive Imperative in the Workplace
Program ID 2886765
Thursday, Nov 1st 2018
02:00 pm - 03:30 pm (EST)
1.5 Credits
Course Description:
The business case for creating and sustaining a workplace culture of diversity and inclusion is compelling. A diverse workforce generates improved decision-making and problem-solving and has a positive impact on the performance of an organization. Increasingly, our clients are finding that their own customer relationships are conditioned upon being able to demonstrate the existence of effective diversity and inclusion programs.
In this webinar, we will discuss the motivations for creating a diversity and inclusion program and how to translate those motivations into action that will positively impact employee relationships as well as support your organization’s business objectives. This webinar will examine the following issues:
  • Key components of a diversity and inclusion program
  • Approaches to developing diversity and inclusion policies and practices consistent with the law and methods to conduct an appropriate self-assessment
  • How to avoid developing diversity initiatives that violate the law
  • Ways to minimize implicit bias in recruitment, hiring and promotion practices
  • Methods to hold leadership accountable for implementing and advancing diversity and inclusion programs

Credits: 1.5 CA Ethics CLE; 1.8 NJ Ethics CLE; 1.5 NY Ethics CLE (meets requirement for 1.0 NY CLE credit in Diversity, Inclusion, and Elimination of Bias); 1.5 PA CLE; 1.5 Business HRCI; 1.5 SHRM
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Linda B. Hollinshead
Joseph K. West
Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer
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