Most executives are morally committed to diversity, but is it enough? Diversity innovation and company culture success begin at the top, and CEOs, CHROs, CCOs, CMOs, CFOs, and COOs set the standards that drive company-wide change.
This Argyle Digital: Executive Leadership Forum – Company Culture & DEI will help leaders understand how their actions, communications and company-wide initiatives define and sometimes derail culture and DEI initiatives. Attend this timely half day event to learn:
Change begins at the top. To build a workforce that champions DEI it is vital that executive leadership is driving the effort for change.
In order to be sustainable, that focus on diversity and inclusion has to be aligned with the culture, values and leadership behaviors of the organization.
Understanding how executive decisions and actions impact efforts to create a culture of equity and inclusion is the first step to making DEI a natural part of the way your organization does business. Attend this keynote session to learn:
Vice President, Global Diversity, Inclusion and Engagement
Strategy is your A-game. However, even the most stellar strategic plans will fail if company culture is misaligned. Culture is a critical building block for business success.
C-suite and senior business leaders set the cultural tone for the company. Failure to align culture with business objectives leads to high attrition, lower employee performance, and decreased profits. Attend this session to get actionable advice and insights on how to create an innovative and positive company culture that supports your strategic plans.
You will learn:
Senior Vice President, Human Resources
Senior Director of Inclusion & Diversity
D&I EIC Partner
Organizations and businesses have had a resilience test in recent times with push to a rapid transformational cycle without much preparation. 2021 is certainly a year of transition with several emerging trends that will inform considerable shifts in business strategies for near and long-term future.
Of utmost importance during these shifting times will be organizations’ ability to reshape and leverage their cultural accelerators to position themselves for a competitive advantage. This keynote session discusses:
Deputy Chief Human Resources Officer
You’ve put in the work, you’ve committed change, and you’ve onboarded the right talent to get the job done. Now what?
Change is not an overnight achievement. It is simply not enough to just put the wheels in motion, you actually need to fuel your engine to build momentum and evolve your DEI strategies over time.
In this session, you will hear how to champion diversity to drive change for years to come.
Key takeaways from this session will include:
Founder and President
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Credit Hours Awarded: 2.25
Credit Type: HR (General)
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