3/12 webinar: Making inclusion a part of your organization’s culture
Join us for a discussion about the tactical methods leadership can employ to help infuse inclusion into their company culture — with a focus on the intangible actions that are critical to achieve an inclusive organization.
The webinar will challenge participants to begin to self-assess and focus on the empathy, humility and vulnerability needed to create and sustain an inclusive environment. Participants will also have the opportunity to reflect on topics such as inequity and privilege and how they are counterproductive to creating an inclusive environment.
One of the many takeaways for participants will be the understanding that infusing inclusion into an organization rests at the feet of all employees, not just leaders and HR practitioners.
Date: Friday, March 12, 2021
Time: 10 a.m. PT | 1 p.m. ET
*Please register using the blue form on this page*
About the presenter
Aisha Thompkins has over 16 years of combined HR experience in both public and private sectors. Her areas of expertise are EEO law, employment best practices, leadership development, diversity and inclusion, and organizational leadership. Mrs. Thompkins’ extensive EEO background includes conducting in-depth investigations and crafting investigative reports that are often used in preparation for litigation. She serves as an effective and proficient director of EEO services where she seeks to provide her clients with best practices to minimize potential liability and risks associated with employment decisions and overall functionality. She holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Colorado State University, a bachelor’s in criminology from Florida State University, and a professional certification in management development from Nova Southeastern University.
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Category: Organizational Culture & Values