Recent events in our nation have brought into clearer focus the critical need for organizations to create a diverse and inclusive culture where everyone can thrive. Enhancing awareness, identifying and addressing unconscious biases, and creating an environment where all feel comfortable bringing their authentic selves to the workplace are practices that must be part of every organization’s workforce development strategy.
The MACPA is proud to partner with the Ohio Society of CPAs (OSCPA) on this important journey by participating in their Crossing Bridges Series. OSCPA created this series to help organizations advance their understanding and implementation of diversity and inclusion (D + I) initiatives. Long considered the right thing to do, D + I training has not always been viewed as essential. That mindset must change and the time to do so is now.
Tune in to hear from a variety of D + I thought leaders on ways your organization can engage in these important conversations and take your D + I efforts to the next level. Together, we will learn about the complexities and value involved in bringing awareness and sensitivity training to employees with a goal of building a more diverse and welcoming workplace.
Crossing Bridges Series: Socializing Inclusiveness Throughout Your Organization: Presenter: LaFern Batie, Author | Speaker | Owner, The Batie Group
Studies show inclusive companies sell more, are more innovative, and have more bottom line revenue and returns on equity. Why, then, is it so challenging for organizations to embrace the need to create a diverse and inclusive workplace?
Make time to participate in this important webinar as D+I thought leader LaFern Batie explores how to gain traction on D+I efforts and grow your initiatives organically by focusing on the foundational items that make the most impact. We’ll examine ways to socialize and get buy-in from all levels of your organization in creating a culture of inclusion and belonging.
Taking action on diversity and inclusion is tough. Studies show inclusive companies sell more, are more innovative, and have more bottom line revenue and returns on equity. D&I involves the whole organization but can grow organically, which means you can focus on the foundational items that make the most impact.
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