As we work on making our organizations more inclusive, each of us must build strategies for how we can get a seat at the table, use that seat well, and bring people to the table who might face barriers that we do not.
Join Dr. Shirley Davis for a webinar follow-up to the sold-out January program Inclusion 2019: Redefining Organizational Culture. Whether you or not were able to join us at the program, take advantage of this opportunity to hear from a global workforce expert and coach, and bring your questions around inclusion at work.
This webinar will discuss:
- Ways to work across differences
- How unconscious bias manifests in the workplace
- Who do we invite, who do we hire, and why?
- How to build strategies specific to you to ensure you show up every day able to win a seat at the table, make that seat count, and open up seats for others
All registrants will receive the recording and materials afterward.
Dr. Shirley Davis, CSP, is an accomplished corporate executive, global workforce management expert, and a certified leadership coach. Having worked with leaders at all levels in more than 30 countries on 5 continents, she brings a high-energy, high-content and high-value message to audiences all around the world. With over 20 years of business experience in a variety of senior and executive leadership roles with Fortune 100 companies, Dr. Davis' expertise lies in providing solutions and strategies for achieving leadership excellence and in building high performance and inclusive workplace cultures where all talent can thrive.
Dr. Davis has also been a featured expert on NBC's The Today Show, the Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, USA Today, HR Magazine, Profiles in Diversity Journal, CNN.com, and Inclusion Magazine. She is the author of Reinvent Yourself: Strategies for Achieving Success in Every Area of Your Life, and The Seat: How to Get Invited to the Table When You are Over-Performing and Undervalued. This year, she was honored to become an author for LinkedIn Learning and launched her new online course entitled, 'Inclusive Leadership.'
Thank you to our webinar series sponsor: