Is the Road to Inclusion a Highway, an Intersection, or a Round-About? | Sessions
Identity. Whether it's defined by one's race, ethnicity, gender, orientation, experiential background or a combination of all of the possible factors, an individual's identity is how they see themselves and hope to be seen by others. Inclusive workplaces ensure that individual identities are accepted, embraced, and each person may bring their whole self to work every day. Join the SHRM IE&D Council for a very intimate discussion of intersectionality and multiple identities in the workplace.
Key learning points:
1. How do we foster inclusion so that individual identifies are accepted and embraced, along with the shared organizational identity?
2. How self-awareness creates a more empathetic workplace where everyone may bring their whole self to work?
3. Learn how SHRM is striving to build a more empathetic culture by promoting and encouraging open convos on self-identification.
4. How each person identifies themself is never as simple as many may believe; each person has multiple identities.
5. Who we are is representative of how we identify and this may continuously change.
In-person session offerings are on a first-come, first-served basis.