Thursday, September 2, 2021
8:15 AM - 8:30 AM Welcome from Amy Sabato
8:30 AM - 8:55 Legal Update and Q&A with Deb Najjar
9:00 - 10:30 Program
Approved for 1.50 SHRM credits, HRCI credits pending
TWO-PART DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION PRESENTATION:
Why your DEI initiative is in danger of failing – and what to do about it.
The worst feeling for any leader who cares about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion is putting in the work to create a genuinely impactful and well-resourced initiative or strategy that goes unutilized or ignored because employees have lost psychological safety, morale, and trust in leadership. The cost is extremely high. Turnover, lost productivity, lawsuits, complaints, and lack of innovation will drain your assets, from monetary to human capital. In the meantime, according to BCG, companies with more diverse teams report 45% higher innovation revenue – that's your competition.
Beyond your DE&I problem is a broken culture. DE&I in these organizations, no matter how well-executed, doesn't work. Invest in building--and repairing--this foundation first.
What's the first step? To understand that DEI weaves people together and Inclusive Leadership is the thread. Together, in this session, we will walk through the science connecting DE&I and Inclusive Leadership and the methods you can use to integrate the two, so your DE&I efforts will progress, and you will see a greater return on your investment.
Understand how to use Inclusive Leadership to fix a lack of DE&I a adoption
Be able to identify the exact problems that are stalling your DE&I strategies
Deploy 3 methods to get forward momentum on your DEI initiative
Our Speaker: Leili McKinley
Founder and CEO of The Identitype Group, LLC
SME in DEI, Inclusive Leadership, and Brand Advocacy. Develops DEI Strategy and planning. Facilitates training in DEI and Inclusive Leadership.
Leili McKinley is on a mission to educate leaders about the intersection of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Inclusive Leadership, and Brand Advocacy. They come together in the company's culture and is the foundational fabric of the IP called Relational Capital.
She is a Member of The National Diversity Council.
She is a recipient of the Stanford University Certification in Leveraging Diversity and Inclusion for Organizational Excellence.
She is a serial entrepreneur honored by the SBA and an award-winning designer. Leili McKinley is a 3x Founder with a successful track record of building, growing, and selling brands. She attributes her success to creating cultures embedded with substantial relational capital. Her combined companies have given her over 30 years of leadership experience.
As the architect of several DEI Strategies, she has helped over 2000 people become advocates and participants in the foundational change in their organizations, fostering plans that implemented new processes and structures top to bottom.
As a Trainer, she has worked with Boards, Executives, and Managers creating engaging content that has won her repeat clients. She has trained organizations from 30 members up to 7500 members. Cisco, ICF Next, Weston & Sampson and the Professional Business Women of California (PBWC) are of few of her notable clients.
Our Sponsor: Interesting in Sponsoring? Contact Julie Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information:
Contact: Lisa Lemieux, PHR, SHRM-CP