You need a competitive advantage in your workforce – diversity is the answer.
Embracing diversity and inclusion strategies in the workplace is often thought of as being too hard for organizations. But not addressing diversity challenges is impacting your business negatively. We all must strive to provide a work environment in which we can all feel good to bring our whole selves. By creating these inclusive environments, leaders benefit from employees with a stronger sense of well-being, stronger employee retention, engagement, and productivity. And ultimately that’s smart business operations sense.
As a business leader, you are in the position to make a real difference by incorporating diversity and inclusion at the core of your business. IABC London is here to show you how to go from best intentions to actualized practice that can make you a shining example of best practice in your industry, with a competitive advantage that will be enviable.
Listen and learn from three local experts.
IABC London has assembled a speaker panel to teach about elements that make up a strong diversity and inclusion operational approach, as well as offer insights on how to implement programs that work for your organization and industry. We’re excited to have the following individuals share their knowledge:
- Dharshi Lacey, Director, Diversity & Governance with Pillar Nonprofit
- Michele Manocchi, Intercultural Education Specialist with London Cross Cultural Learner Centre
- Saleha Khan, Diversity & Inclusion Specialist with the City of London
Tuesday, April 30, 2019
- 5:00-5:30 p.m. – Registration and networking
- 5:30-7:15 p.m. – Panel discussion
- 7:15-7:30 p.m. – Audience Q&A
255 Horton St E, London, ON N6B 1L1
- Members – $35 *to access the members’ ticket rate, enter your membership number as your promotional code
- Non-members – $45
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