Inclusive Leadership: Embracing Diversity in the Workplace

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Name: Inclusive Leadership: Embracing Diversity in the Workplace
Date: October 11, 2018
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
Event Description:

An inclusive work culture promotes innovation, productivity and profitability. How well do leaders and teams embrace difference? In this session, we will discuss the leadership role in embracing diversity, inclusion and equality within their organization, the characteristics of Highly Inclusive Leaders and examine the impact of trust and unconscious bias. After all, the way forward begins with leaders and how open and active they are to foster healthy, diverse and inclusive environments and teams. Topics will be covered through discussions, self-assessment and activities.

Who should attend? Business owners and Managers who want to understand what it means to be an inclusive leader and their role in embracing diversity, inclusion and equality within an organization.

Grainger Hall, UW-Madison School of Business, 975 University Ave.
Date/Time Information:

Time: 8:30 am to noon

Date:  Thursday, October 11, 2018

Contact Information:
Julie Wood, 608-263-9675.
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