When trying to solve complex human problems - like DEI - both leaders and managers often fail to create conditions that are appropriate for the desired change. To address these issues leaders and managers must evolve their thinking about human performance in order to meet the increased complexities of the workplace. This requires whole system thinking and more skilled and robust leadership. Designing for DEI change is essential because each of us looks at the world through filters that are developed based on our own unique experiences.
We want you to be part of the conversation! Please join us for some real talk in a complimentary one-hour Webcast:
How To Design Your Culture for Sustainable Change
Friday, September 9th, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (CST)
Space is limited and on a first-come, first-serve basis, so save your spot now!
Consciously designing against exclusion helps us learn about those filters and how they impact business decisions, work styles, and personal relationships that ultimately affect the success of an organization. It is important to tailor global DEI strategies and programs to local needs; embed practices throughout the organization; multiply impact through external partnerships and leverage this as a source of innovation.
Even if you can't make the live event, please register and we'll send you the recording!
What are the 3 takeaways?
- Understand the importance of designing a culture that fosters inclusivity
- Hear about the behaviors to change and habits to adopt
- Learn about the framework and formula for change
This fast-moving, interactive, webcast will feature the following Kaleidoscope Group experts:
- Hanlie van Wyk, Global Engagement Leader & Subject Matter Expert
- Reginald Ponder, Executive Marketing Lead
- Lindsay Ciardelli, Senior Business Development Consultant
We consider these webcasts an opportunity to have real conversations and truly believe the interaction and learning will not be as rich without your perspective. Please join us to add your voice and advance the conversation.
We Are Truly Better Together.