Do you ever wonder how you could better articulate the case for diversity and inclusion in your company? Creating the case for change can be a challenge, but with a few simple strategies, you can position D&I as a strategic value driver in a way that will be impossible to ignore.
Creating (and Winning!) the Case for Change is part three in the four-part diversity and inclusion webinar series “Champions of Change,” taught by Denise Pirrotti Hummel, J.D. and presented by the National Diversity Council.
Join us on September 18 for a complimentary webinar that can jumpstart a fledgling D&I program or invigorate a more mature D&I strategy. Hear global thought leader Denise Pirrotti Hummel, J.D., as she shares her expertise on creating allies, building buy-in, becoming an agent for change in your organization, and connecting diversity and inclusion with real business ROI.
You will learn:
• Your role as a change agent in your organization
• Identifying the most compelling case for change for your organization
• Tools for creating buy in
• How to connect the case for change to the strategic business plan
When: September 18, 2018
Time: 8am – 9:30am PST
About Denise Hummel:
Denise Pirrotti Hummel, J.D., is the Chief Innovation Officer of Lead Inclusively, Inc., a firm devoted to helping Life Sciences clients to make the connection between inclusion and business performance. She spent many years litigating Civil Rights Cases, including gender equality litigation. As a recovering lawyer, Ms. Hummel was the founder and CEO of a cross-cultural strategy firm which she grew as a single mother. The firm, Universal Consensus, LLC., was acquired by Ernst & Young, LLP., where Ms. Hummel became a partner and led their Talent, Inclusion and Innovation division. She then exited to start her second business.
She is now the Chief Innovation Officer of Lead Inclusively, Inc., a firm devoted to the connection between inclusion and business performance. She serves clients around the globe, with a strong presence in Life Sciences and High Tech. She is a Board Member of the HBA and the Co-Chair of the Life Sciences Committee of Athena. She is also a legacy member of the Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coaches team. Learn more about Lead Inclusively.
About the National Diversity Council and the National Training Center:
A well-informed and properly educated diverse and inclusive workforce can strengthen an organization’s reputation, financial performance, and workplace culture. The National Training Center is a customizable and convenient educational resource provided by the National Diversity Council, a nonprofit that champions diversity and inclusion in our communities and workplaces.