2016 Inclusion Summit

Date
2016-08-22 - 2016-08-23
Exhibitors
7
Attendees
200
Event contact title
Customer Relations
Event contact first name
Katherine
Event contact last name
Morera
Email
katherine.morera@the-tma.org
Event contact telephone number
888-339-9599 ext 501
Description
Diversity & Inclusion has come a long way from the affirmative action laws of the 1960?s. With the U.S. Census Bureau projecting the workforce to continue to grow larger and more diverse, it is less about diversity and affirmative action and more about inclusiveness and having measurable results to make a strong business case for programs and initiatives. ?Creating a truly inclusive organization requires support from the entire organization, including senior ranks. The best way to gain this support from the organization is by presenting a strong business case for Diversity & Inclusion. How are your Diversity & Inclusion initiatives measuring up? Are your able to see and prove ROI in your employee and business resource groups? Are you benchmarking? What metrics are you using to measure the success and effectiveness of Diversity & Inclusion in your organization?This year TMA?s 2nd Annual Inclusion Summit will focus on the answers to these questions as practitioners and thought leaders share case studies, best practices and frameworks on measuring and assessing the inclusion journey and creating a strong business case for inclusion in your organization.
Attendee information
Network with Faculty and Participants: Chief Diversity Officers, SVP?s of Diversity & Inclusion, VP?s of Diversity & Inclusion, Directors, Managers and Team Leader of Diversity & Inclusion with responsibilities in: ? Talent Management ? Succession Planning ? Corporate Culture ? Human Capital Strategy ? Organizational Development ? Talent Acquisition ? Workforce Strategy
Exhibitor information
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