31 January, 2013 | (01 hr)
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For many years, the focus on diversity was on the underrepresented. As the focus shifts to inclusion, it is clear that inclusion must include white men. In the vast majority of companies around the world, the most senior leadership levels are populated by white men. Leadership at the top is an important driver of business success.
Sponsored by PwC, Alcoa, Intel and PepsiCo, with participation from Bank of America, Egon Zehnder, Exelon, Marsh & McLennan and Wal-Mart Stores, a new study, led by principal Chuck Shelton, the managing director at Greatheart Leader Labs, looks at how white male leaders currently experience D&I, how effective they are in at incorporating D&I competencies into their leadership style and approach, where the skill gaps are, and at the need for more candor and trust to move forward.
Audience: Senior leaders throughout organizations, D&I, talent management, HR, people development, and learning professionals
Chuck Shelton is the Managing Director at Greatheart Leader Labs, and author of Leadership 101 For White Men. He also serves as the Principal for The Study on White Men Leading Through Diversity and Inclusion (whitemensleadershipstudy.com), the first research to analyze the effectiveness...Full Bio
Gena C. Lovett was appointed Chief Diversity Officer for Alcoa in January 2012, serving as the company’s executive level diversity and inclusion strategist.
Since June 2007, Gena has led one of Alcoa’s largest manufacturing facilities located in Cleveland, Ohio. Here, sh...Full Bio
Marcel Bucsescu is a Co-Program Director of The Conference Board Chief Legal Officers Council. Bucsescu has also served Executive Director of the Ira M. Millstein Center for Global Markets and Corporate Ownership at Columbia Law School and led strategic initiatives for the Office of the CEO at LR...Full Bio