Thursday, July 23rd, 4-5 pm
Businesses know that diversity and inclusion are important, yet often don’t know where to start. This Virtual Happy Hour will help you and your team craft a robust diversity and inclusion strategy. You’ll learn how to assess your business’ diversity and inclusion practices, and how to strengthen three important areas of your business to build a road map of inclusion:
- People that reflect a business’ diversity
- Processes that demonstrate a business’ culture of inclusion
- Power structures that show how a business makes decisions that lead to greater equity and understanding
Join us on July 23rd as a panel of experts from the Board of Directors of the Diversity Workforce Coalition share important perspectives and best practices to help your business embrace and implement an effective diversity and inclusion strategy. Topics that will be discussed include:
- How to assess your diversity and inclusion strategy
- Consider your diversity and inclusion strategy at each step of the employee lifecycle:
- Recruitment & hiring processes
- On-boarding and development
- Departure (i.e. resignation, relocation, retirement, etc.)
- What’s working, what’s broken, what’s needed?
- Organizational resources – SHRM, NAACP, LGBT, NOW, et al
- What’s ahead in 2020-2021 and beyond?
About the Speakers
Jermaine Moore, Guest Speaker
Founder, Mars Hill Group
Jermaine’s consulting practice through the Mars Hill Group focuses on helping build and develop highly engaged, high-performing teams. He is also the Diversity Director for the Society of Human Resources (SHRM) NH State Council.
Karen Young, Guest Speaker
Principal-Consultant-Coach, Karen Young Consulting
Karen’s firm, Karen Young Consulting, focuses on leadership and business strategy, and specializes in inclusion capability as an innovative and strategic lever for business and professional results.
Armando Llorente, SHRM-SCP, Host
Vice President of Human Resources/Practice Leader
Clark & Lavey Benefits Solutions
With more than thirty years of management experience at the top levels of Human Resources at Fortune 500 companies such as Thermo Scientific and EMC, Armando Llorente shares his expertise with Clark & Lavey clients, assisting their HR professionals in all areas of responsibility – from developing Total Rewards strategies to conducting Open Enrollment meetings in Spanish for clients.
Benefits and Takeaways
By the end of this Virtual Happy Hour, you will be able to:
- Identify your business’ shortcomings related to diversity and inclusion
- Recognize situations in which further discussion and planning needs to take place in your workplace
- Create a plan for adopting and incorporating diversity and inclusion in your workplace that also fosters equity
We hope to guide your business from awareness to allyship by helping provide you with the knowledge and understanding that’s necessary to create a foundation for a diverse and inclusive workplace. Don’t miss this important opportunity to improve your business; register now!