The Communicator's Role in Building an Equitable, Anti-Racist Workplace | April

The Communicator's Role in Building an Equitable, Anti-Racist Workplace | April

Learn Steps to Help You and Your Organization Move beyond Diversity toward Racial Equity

April 14, 2021 | 10:00am - 3:00pm CST

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$100 Early Bird Savings through March 26

Go Beyond the Basics in This 1-Day, Must-Attend Virtual Event

➡️ Fast paced and jam packed agenda

➡️ Interactive experience with real examples

➡️ Live Q&A with 12 D, E &I thought leaders

 

Discover ways to develop diversity, equity, and inclusion programs that will create a respectful working community.

Hear what your communications and HR peers are doing today. Past leaders in this space who shared practical examples and strategies, include:

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Danette Howard

Ph.D., Senior Vice President and Chief Policy Officer

Lumina Foundation

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Joseph Dawson

Director, Strategic Communications Office of the CHRO and Chief Diversity Officer

Freddie Mac

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Advita Patel

Co-Founder

A Leader Like Me

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Lydia Hemphill

Associate Director, Technical Operations Communications

BioMarin Pharmaceutical Inc.

What You Will Learn

Have you found yourself asking what is DEI, where do I start, and as communicator what role do I play? This ALI fast track has been put together to help you define diversity, equity, and inclusion as well as how to begin implementing strategies and programs into your workplace.

Join your HR and communication peers in this timely virtual event as you learn how to:

  • Ensure that your DEI programs are solid and sustainable
  • Identify the most relevant opportunities for change
  • Elevate equity
  • Encourage senior leaders to acknowledge societal inequities and recognize that the organization isn’t a level playing field
  • Break down silos and communication barriers
  • Promote the full participation and sense of belonging of every employee
  • Activate diversity
  • Navigate DEI programs with a remote workforce
  • Have meaningful – sometimes uncomfortable – conversations
  • Establish clear goals, roles, and relationships
  • Lead inclusively
  • and more!

Benefits of Attending This Virtual Conference

Join your peers for interactive discussions designed to provide you with solutions for your most pressing challenges.

  • Meet 40+ HR and communications professionals face-to-face while remaining safe
  • One 5-hour information-packed day
  • 1 track learning environment
  • Case studies, panels, and interactive hands-on breakout sessions
  • Access to presentations and recording post-conference
  • Certificate of attendance for CEU’s
  • Networking list to continue the conversation after the training ends
  • Content from leading organizations, consultants, and visionaries delivered to you wherever you are and available to access and share with colleagues later
  • Guaranteed extensive, how-to instructions that you can use immediately
  • Opportunity to ask questions to speakers and peers in real-time
  • This isn’t a passive experience! You will be encouraged to weigh in with poll questions, engage via chat throughout the event, and turn on your camera and sound during group breakout sessions.

Who Should Attend

  • Federal, State & Local Government & Nonprofits
  • Internal Communications
  • Employee Engagement
  • Brand Communication
  • Corporate Communications
  • Public Affairs
  • Strategic Communications
  • Employee Communications
  • Change Management
  • Intranet Communications
  • Digital Communications
  • Global Communications
  • Strategic Planning
  • Public Relations
  • Employee Relations
  • Field Operations
  • Organizational Development
  • Human Resources
  • Training & Development

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