2015 Inclusion Summit

Event contact first name
Stephanie
Event contact last name
Valverde
Email
info@the-tma.org
Event contact telephone number
888-339-9599 x501
Description
Register with discount code MAMP3 for $200 off Projections gathered from the latest U.S. census data in 2010, show an older, more diverse nation in just a half century from now. Consider some of the data below: • Minorities currently make up 37 percent of the U.S. population and that number is projected to grow to 57 percent by 2060. • The 65 and over population is projected to outnumber the 18 and under population with the older demographic more than doubling by 2060. • For the population age 18 to 64, the ratio of males per 100 females is projected to increase to 104.1 by 2060. • Approximately every 33 seconds, the U.S. receives an international migrant. These projections of U.S. growth and shifting demographics in itself are a driver for Diversity & Inclusion as a strategic necessity for organizations of all sizes. To maintain success organizations will need to grow in a way that is aligned with this projected growth; and no one is better suited for leading this shift in strategy than Diversity & Inclusion practitioners. In order for us practitioners and strategists to do what we do best and keep up with not just national growth, but global growth as well- we need to Create Synergy Between D&I & Bottom-Line Outcomes. This year at TMA’s 3rd Annual Inclusion Summit, over the course of two days, we will focus on how to bridge the gaps between D&I and your organizations bottom-line. Join us as leaders and top ranking organizations within the D&I space share challenges, solutions and tangible takeaways in the following areas: creating accountability, building business into your ERGs/BRGs, cultural intelligence, unconscious bias, creating a business case, building an inclusive workforce with inclusive leadership, and metrics. For more info contact us: info@the-tma.org 888-339-9599 x501

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