Diversity and Inclusion: Leveraging Your Data and Implementing Best Practices

 

In this new three part series, we will explore effective ways to leverage your affirmative action plan data and analyses to support your company’s diversity and inclusion efforts. While there are no one size fits all approaches to D&I metrics, our experts will explore examples that they have worked on with their clients. As we all deal with the unique challenges currently facing our organizations, keeping an eye on your D&I initiatives, and measuring them, will be all the more critical. Register today for these sessions:

Session 1: Setting the Stage for Diversity Metrics and Programmatic Efforts
Date/Time Options:
– Thursday, August 27, 4-5pm EDT: Click here to register

Description: This session will first identify ways to maximize the value of your affirmative action plans while recognizing the limitations of establishment-specific analysis based on AAP job groups.

Presenters:
Jon Geier from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC
Nita Beecher from FortneyScott in St. Louis, MO
Laura Mitchell from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO


Session 2: Developing and Implementing Diversity Metrics Programs
Date/Time Options:
–Thursday, July 30, 4-5pm EDT: Click here to register
–Thursday, September 10, 4-5pm EDT: Click here to register

Description: This session will demonstrate ways to utilize your affirmative action data (representation and transactional) and analytic methodologies consistent with how to manage D&I initiatives.  The session will also address ways to present the data trends in ways meaningful to the C-suite.

Presenters:
Laura Mitchell from Jackson Lewis in Denver, CO
Keli Wilson from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Session 3: Institute Advisory Board Member Panel on Diversity Best Practices
Date/Time Options:
– Thursday, August 13, 4-4:30pm EDT: Click here to register
– Thursday, September 24, 4-4:30pm EDT: Click here to register

Description: Hear from two members of The Institute’s Advisory Board on a Panel discussion, on D&I initiatives that have succeeded (or perhaps have not succeeded).

Panelists:
Fred Melkey from Emerson Electric Co. in St. Louis, MO
Kimberly Shaw from Hewlett-Packard in Atlanta, GA

Moderator: Jon Geier from DCI Consulting in Washington, DC


Registration Fees:

  • Complimentary for members
  • $99 each for non-members