Workforce Diversity: Levers for Sustained Change
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Workforce Diversity: Levers for Sustained Change

HR has been at the center of navigating workforces during the pandemic, and will also play a pivotal role in healing and moving their respective organizations forward in the diversity, equity, and inclusion conversations.

 Export to Your Calendar 8/18/2020
When: Tuesday, August 18 at 12:00 PM
12:00 PM
Where: Online via Zoom Webinar
United States
Contact: Denise Bassett


Online registration is available until: 8/17/2020
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Many companies have acknowledged the injustices against the Black community and have publicly stated their support of the “Black Lives Matter” movement. Organizations are processing recent events, trying to figure out how to use the momentum of this moment to define new paths towards becoming a better employer, advocate, colleague and friend to people of color.

 

HR has been at the center of navigating workforces during the pandemic, and will also play a pivotal role in healing and moving their respective organizations forward in the diversity, equity, and inclusion conversations.

 

To drive real change is to understand the values, attitudes, perceptions, and learned experiences at the individual level. These aspects influence human behavior and inform decision-making, impacting everything from inter-personal relationships to organizational policies and practices.

 

During this interactive workshop, we’ll discuss:

·      What are values, attitudes, and perceptions and how do they play out in the workplace?

·      What are the types of diversity?

·      How does group diversity improve team performance?

·      What is a DE&I maturity model? Gain insights and learnings to move through the stages.

 

Please join the conversation to understand diversity from a human and organizational behavior perspective and gain insights to inform your organization’s DE&I strategy.

 

Approved for 1 SHRM and HRCI Credit!

 

Speaker:

Susan Chu is an organizational and workplace culture strategist who helps companies innovate, build, and evolve to better connect workplace culture and leadership to business outcomes. Susan focuses on “changing the conversation” with business and HR leaders to help them innovate and become a positive influence in the ecosystem.

She is the CEO & Founder of VEOS360, a consultancy focused on organizational design, business strategy, HCM technology, and talent management practices.

Susan recently launched a tech startup, Culture Crush, an online organizational culture assessment platform, providing organizations with analytics and insights to improve leadership development and team alignment, hire great talent, drive organizational change and improve workplace culture.

Additionally, she has over two decades of HR leadership and business experience working for Fortune 500 and leading private companies across diverse industries from media and management consulting, to manufacturing, consumer, and retail. She has led business integrations and restructuring, built organizations and systems, and designed talent strategies across differing maturity levels, disruptive cycles, and high growth opportunities.

Susan currently serves as an Officer of the Board for Goodwill of DE & DE Counties and a Governing Body Member for ATHENAPowerLink.

Susan holds a Master of Science Degree in Organization Development from Carey School of Business, Johns Hopkins University. Her Bachelor of Arts Degree is in International Relations & French, with a Minor in Economics from James Madison University. Susan also holds a Six Sigma Master Black Belt Certificate.

Susan has addressed audiences of all sizes from The Women Presidents Organization, 1Million Cups, and HR.Com to DC Startup and The Delaware Advancement of Non-Profit Associations.

Prior presentations and workshops include:

  • Managing our Culture, People & Priorities During COVID-19 Recovery
  • Building a Culture That Works for You
  • Leadership Change: Are you Ready?
  • Diversity, Communications & Managing Conflict in the Workplace
  • Understanding the Cares Act

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