How Diverse-By-Design Teams Can Achieve Breakthrough Results
27 May, 2014 03:00 PM EST [15:00] | (1 hr) | Time Zone Converter
from The 2013 Corporate Diversity and Inclusion Conference
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Organizations that have an intentional approach to creating inclusive climates and diverse-by-design teams effectively journey from workplace diversity to an environment of collaboration and innovation. Changing the organizational landscape to be more inclusive, and shaking up project teams composed of standard "go-to" people enables organizations to harness more discretionary effort from more contributors, creating enhanced engagement and producing breakthrough ideas and results. In this session, you will learn about the benefits of creating and deploying diverse-by-design teams on mission-critical projects. We will also discuss how to assess multiple dimensions of diversity to expand the pool of "go-to" performers.
Audience: Diversity Practitioners, Legal Professionals, Compliance Officers, Business Line Leaders, Education and Learning Leaders, Human Resources Vice Presidents, Directors, and Administrators, Chief Talent Management Officers, and Organization Development Professionals.
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