804: Map it out: The Essentials to Building a DEI Strategy and Roadmap | Sessions

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804: Map it out: The Essentials to Building a DEI Strategy and Roadmap
In-Person Sunday 06/23/2024 08:00 AM - 12:00 PM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Leadership (Behavioral), Organization (Technical), People (Technical), Workplace (Technical) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level, Senior-Level
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Attendees will gain a practical understanding of how to assess their need for appropriate steps and initiatives to evaluate DEI strategy and ensure the proper roadmap is built focusing on identifying your internal challenges so employees are treated fairly and the work that is done is long term for strategic diversity and inclusion in the workplace. 

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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion efforts reveal that progress is being made with DEI but there's more to be done. So where should you begin and what should you begin your journey towards a more inclusive and equitable workplace? It can be a challenge to know the practical ways to start, and steps toward implementation. Recent studies on the state of  Evaluate your DEI Initiatives with a comprehensive checklist for HR and employers that focuses on identifying your internal challenges and recognizing and correcting biases in four key pillars: talent acquisition, performance management, compensation practices, and learning and development.Learning Objectives:Suggestions to evaluate the past and current state of your Organizations DEI practices.Outline steps and provide a checklist to map out potential DEI efforts.Identify measures to use after you have started your program implementation.Discuss the organizational and cultural that are creating roadblocks for this work.

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Benjamin J. McCall, Principal,
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