Diversity & Inclusion Webcasts
Mitigating Unconscious Bias in Performance Management
18 November, 2014 03:00 PM EST [15:00] | Conference KeyNotes
Explore four biases prevalent in the performance review process and how to mitigate them. Learn how to ensure a robust talent pipeline by understanding the mechanisms of bias and its manifestation in the decisions of the daily workplace.
Supporting Transition to Post-Retirement Careers
08 October, 2014 | Special Webcast | 5:34
Webcast participants will discuss how companies can support the transition of retirees to "second act" careers through paid fellowships and other programs.
Achieving Results with the Disability Employment Tracker
24 September, 2014 | Special Webcast | 3:22
Gain insight into how to leverage the Disability Employment Tracker to initiate or enhance disability and veterans’ hiring initiatives by confidentially benchmarking against leading practices.
Do Ask, Do Tell: Encouraging Disability Self-ID in an Inclusive Workplace
22 September, 2014 | Special Webcast | 2:55
New regulations require that government contractors ask U.S. job applicants and employees to self-identify if they have a disability. How can employers build an inclusive workplace where people feel safe answering “yes” to this question?
Post-Placement Workplace Support for Wounded Warriors
18 September, 2014 | Special Webcast | 2:52
Veterans with serious disabilities bring significant talent and experience to the workplace, but often require assistance to make a successful transition to work. We will discuss the considerations for developing programs to support these veterans.
From Application to Onboarding: Accommodations Make a Difference
04 September, 2014 | Special Webcast | 4:06
Participants will learn the pitfalls that can occur with standardized recruiting processes when recruiting individuals with disabilities, causing employers to inadvertently screen out the very talent they seek, and learn strategies to overcome them.
Book Discussion: You Raised Us - Now Work With Us
21 August, 2014 | Special Webcast | 2:06
Lauren Rikleen provides a comprehensive view of the millennial generation and offers insight and strategies for corporate executives, human resource specialists, and managers to better oversee this new and growing generation of workers.
Hidden Talent Pools and OFCCP Regulations
17 June, 2014 | Special Webcast | 4:14
This webcast explores actions taken by some employers in response to the OFCCP regulatory changes, including planned improvements, areas of focus, and challenges, as well as recommendations and case studies.
Recognizing and Managing Unconscious Bias
10 June, 2014 | Conference KeyNotes | 12:39
The new frontier in making a difference in filling our pipelines with diverse talent, is trying to manage unconscious bias. This webcast will examine innovative ways to mitigate unconscious bias.
Book Discussion: The Board Game
13 May, 2014 | Special Webcast | 4:39
Focusing on examples of female board directors featured in her book, Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire will provide advancement strategies for women to position themselves to be recommended for board positions.
How Flexible Is Too Flexible? Adjusting to Work Today
06 May, 2014 | Special Webcast | 3:59
How do you make your workforce agile enough to cope with today's demands? It begins with your leadership and the way you design and organize work in the first place.
Opening the Doors of Small Business to People with Disabilities, Part 2
22 April, 2014 | Special Webcast
Keeping the Doors Wide Open offers strategies that help small businesses create inclusive workplaces and retain employees with disabilities (EWDs). A small-business leader from AQUAS Inc. shares insights on the benefits of creating an inclusive culture.
Diversity & Inclusion Breakthroughs: An Innovation Lab Approach to Results that Matter
16 April, 2014 | Special Webcast | 11:26
Amid a rapidly changing landscape, stakeholders say that the field of D&I is stagnant. To ensure meaningful results for their diversity programs, forward-thinking organizations are embracing new ways of working.
Opening the Doors of Small Business to People with Disabilities, Part 1
11 April, 2014 | Special Webcast
Moving Up the Ramp is an overview of the importance of small business to open the doors to employing people with disabilities (PWDs). It explores the benefits and costs of hiring and employing PWDs.
Emerging Lessons from the Disability Employment Tracker
21 March, 2014 | Special Webcast | 1:10
See how corporate America is measuring up against leading disability and veteran employment practices, what leading practices are emerging, and how HR leaders can improve their company's practices.
2014 Corporate Governance Trends: Diversity/ Risk/ Compensation
04 March, 2014 | Special Webcast | 3:55
This webcast highlights important corporate governance trends affecting public companies, including board composition and diversity, board oversight of political contributions, risk oversight, and pressures on compensation committees.
Millennial Dilemma – Social Media Strategies for Onboarding
26 February, 2014 | Conference KeyNotes | 2:06
In this session, attendees will get a behind-the-scenes view of how onboarding programs leverage new technologies and use gamification to increase communication and engagement with new hires or transitioning talent.
Ageing Workforce: Friend or Foe?
26 February, 2014 | Special Webcast | 2:19
Life expectancy is increasing across Europe and pension ages are rising. How can we motivate and engage older workers to meet changing business needs?
Cultural Fluency: Identifying Leaders in China
07 January, 2014 | Special Webcast | 3:15
Are there ways for talent and D&I teams to partner with China-based business units to better identify and develop emerging leaders in the new Chinese marketplace?
Understanding and Managing Unconscious Bias
27 November, 2013 | Special Webcast | 14:22
Many leading companies now recognize unconscious bias as a factor that can derail efforts to attract, retain, and promote diverse talent.
Beyond Law & Compliance: Achieving a Civil Workplace
20 November, 2013 | Special Webcast | 6:58
What are the benefits of moving beyond a purely legal compliance corporate culture to a civil, respectful, and inclusive workplace that focuses on organizational values, behavior, and cultural change?
Wounded Warrior Careers: Post-Placement Support
29 October, 2013 | Special Webcast | 5:21
While corporate America has made strides in hiring veterans, many employment initiatives do not provide support once the veteran is on the job to make the work experience successful.
Human Capital Watch™: Global Diversity & Inclusion
16 October, 2013 | Human Capital Watch™ | 4:20
Chief Diversity Officer Toni Riccardi explores strategies D&I executives (and their partners) can use to manage an increasingly global and diverse workforce.
Tapping the Power of The Female Vision
03 October, 2013 | Conference KeyNotes | 3:02
Sally Helgesen, a global leadership expert, will show how women can strengthen their leadership brand and benefit their organizations by articulating and acting on their vision.
New OFCCP Regulations on Employing People with Disabilities
29 August, 2013 | Special Webcast | 2:25
What do the new regulations on employment of people with disabilities from the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) mean for your company?
Developing India's Leaders
15 August, 2013 | Special Webcast | 1:54
This webcast will explore the results of research that included the thoughts of Indian Human Capital executives on the topic of leadership development.
D&I Analytics: Demonstrating Success, Overcoming Challenges
13 June, 2013 | Special Webcast | 1:58
We will discuss and explore real-life cases involving the discipline of measuring D&I, the diversity scorecard process, the impact on performance, the potential pushback/reluctance to pursue ROI for D&I, and how to overcome roadblocks and pushback.
The Age of Ageing
14 May, 2013 | Special Webcast | 7:33
George Magnus, author of 'The Age of Ageing', joins us to explore a unique demographic phenomenon for mankind and, therefore, one that takes us into uncharted territory.
Improving the Employment Outcomes for People with Disabilities
30 April, 2013 | Special Webcast | 8:44
This webcast will explore the four critical elements of hiring people with disabilities – the business case, organizational readiness, self-identification, and how to measure success.
Unconscious Bias in Talent Decisions
19 February, 2013 | Conference KeyNotes | 1:55
This session will look at innovative ways on how to mitigate unconscious bias in talent decisions by providing targeted intervention to talent management decision makers.
Your 2013 Must-Do List: Supplier Diversity Professionals
13 February, 2013 | Special Webcast | 3:46
This webcast covers the "short list" of what supplier diversity professionals are planning to do for their companies in 2013.
Advancing Diversity and Inclusion Through White Male Leadership
31 January, 2013 | Special Webcast | 5:25
Globally, 32 million white men hold positions of leadership. The percentage of white men in leadership roles increases dramatically at the most senior levels. Savvy executives do not lead without regard for gender, race, and other points of identity.
Integrating Returning Veterans into the Corporate Workforce
17 January, 2013 | Special Webcast | 6:07
Hear from a company whose CEO was impressed by the attributes veterans bring to the workforce, but had few available jobs, so decided to start an internship program to help these men and women gain corporate experience.
Your 2013 Must-Do List: Connecting with Millennials
19 December, 2012 | Special Webcast | 2:01
Discover what measures corporate leaders are taking to ensure strong and positive connections with the next generation from a generational strategy expert. Build your own 2013 "must-do" list for engaging millennials in the workforce.
Diversity & Inclusion: Driving Innovation and Boosting the Bottom Line
26 November, 2012 | Special Webcast
Managing D&I has become central to success of a company’s business strategy. D&I practitioners as well as others– business unit leaders, talent management and human resource professionals, need a set of skills that lead the way to organizational change.
Bias-Free Leadership: Your Competitive Advantage
26 September, 2012 | Conference KeyNotes
Through a focus on how conscious and unconscious bias interferes with the decision-making process, you will learn how to minimize the impact of bias on your ability to lead effectively.
Leveling the Playing Field for Employees with Disabilities
12 July, 2012 | Special Webcast | 02:04
Discussion of key findings from a soon-to-be-released report from a Research Working Group on attracting, engaging and advancing people with disabilities. This webcast will include a business case and organizational imperatives and information on veterans
Centered Leadership: How Talented Women Thrive
25 June, 2012 | Conference KeyNotes | 4:24
Based on more than five years of research with McKinsey & Company’s Centered Leadership Project, Joanna Barsh will introduce you to the five capabilities of Centered Leadership that she sees in effective leaders.
Using the Arts to Promote Diversity and Inclusion
19 June, 2012 | Special Webcast | 2:27
Hear examples from businesses that are engaging with the arts to address diversity in the workplace.
Improving Employment Outcomes for Employees with Disabilities
23 May, 2012 | Special Webcast
Employers around the world are concerned about how to increase the pool of available, qualified talent. A soon to be released Conference Board report explores a variety of strategies and leading practices to help employers better leverage this population.
Employee Resource Groups Delivering Impact
03 May, 2012 | Special Webcast
Diversity & Inclusion Leaders from AT&T, Campbell Soup Company, The McGraw-Hill Companies, and Microsoft will share examples of Employee Resource Groups that have delivered business impact.
22 March, 2012 | Special Webcast | 3:32
Micro-inequities are subtle, often semi-unconscious cues that reveal far more about the nature of a relationship than words convey. Learn how this concept and approach has evolved and how it can effectively be incorporated into your D & I strategy.
Dual Careers and Overseas Assignments – How to Address the Challenges
13 March, 2012 | Special Webcast
The increasing prevalence of dual-career couples presents both challenges and opportunities to companies. Overseas assignments can be particularly difficult since key employees are increasingly unwilling to relocate unless a suitable position can be found
The Link Between Diversity & Inclusion and Organization Development Processes: A Benchmark Study
05 December, 2011 | Special Webcast
If organizations are to deliver on the promise of enhanced innovation and having a superior employment brand it is critical that they approach D&I from a culture change perspective; and that means applying and/or fully integrating the D&I agenda.
Pairing Corporate Philanthropy with Diversity and Inclusion
07 June, 2011 | Special Webcast
This webcast will discuss how companies are increasing the coordination between corporate philanthropy/community affairs departments and corporate initiatives around diversity and inclusion.
Developing Leaders: An Advocacy Initiative led by Women
19 May, 2011 | Conference KeyNotes
This is a two part Conference KeyNotes Webcast series to include video clips and live discussion of sessions delivered at The 2011 Women’s Leadership Conference.
Improving Employment Outcomes for Employees with Disabilities
06 May, 2011 | Special Webcast
Please join this webcast to learn how a Conference Board Research Working group is structured, what kinds of companies join and what are the benefits for your organization and for you as a leader in this area.
Integrating Returning Veterans into the Civilian Workforce: The Challenges and Opportunities
20 October, 2010 | Special Webcast
This webcast will discuss the population of returning Veterans and the value and the scope of talent within this group.
Diversity and Inclusion: Defining Success Beyond Representation
19 October, 2010 | Conference KeyNotes
The recent global financial crisis has accelerated two trends: the shift in wealth to emerging nations and the need for collaboration.
Women’s Leadership Design
30 June, 2010 | Conference KeyNotes
This Conference KeyNotes Webcast will provide highlights of The 2010 Women’s Leadership Design Conference (April, 2010). Video footage of the conference will set context for live questions and answers with the presenter.
Can They Take It? Productivity, Overtime and the Mature Worker
21 July, 2009 | Special Webcast
This webcast will help participants to learn from The Conference Board's Mature Workforce Initiative how to assess, motivate, and monitor the productivity of their older workers.
Designing and Delivering Engaging Competency-Based Inclusion Training
04 June, 2009 | Special Webcast
This webcast will discuss how companies can best work toward a common mission through analyzing the learning outcomes, methodologies, and curriculum elements of their Diversity and inclusion programs.
Rising Revenues: Diversity in Marketing and Customer Relationship Management
28 April, 2009 | Special Webcast
This webcast will explore how Diversity & Inclusion can propel companies' marketing and CRM, thus increasing their sales and customer intimacy.
Maximizing Human Capital: Employees with Disabilities: Building Your Leadership Pipeline
07 April, 2009 | Special Webcast
In this webcast, we investigate best practices for maximizing development and advancement strategies for one particular group of employees: those with disabilities.
Managing Employee Engagement through a Generational Lens: What Has Changed?
03 March, 2009 | Special Webcast
This webcast will use the lens of generational differences, and the common ground that brings the generations together, to help leaders create engaging, positive work environments that foster innovation in this economic downturn.