Leadership & Strategy

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are good for business and good for belonging. Advancing the diversity agenda starts at the top. Join me in learning how to lead in this space. 


The Business Case for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion

As the pandemic, social justice protests, the great resignation, and ESG requirements show, investing in DEI can raise revenues, reputation, and rights for all. Where is your organization on the DEI journey?


The Business Case for Religion at Work

The world’s faithful are the majority and growing, including in the US, emerging markets, and among Gen Z talent. Yet religion is excluded from diversity trainings leading to EEOC discrimination claims and unhappy employees. Leading Fortune 100s are responding. Are you?


Engaging White Men as Full Diversity Champions

Although white men hold nearly 70% of business leadership roles and are best placed to drive diversity efforts, they are often targeted by or left out of the diversity conversation. Learn why and what you can do about it.


Developing Diverse Women Leaders

Women leaders drive success. They outperform men on every leadership indicator except one. Yet only 8% of Fortune 500 CEOs are women. Explore the attributes, challenges, and strengths of diverse women leaders--and how to develop and harness their talent.


Leading a Culturally Diverse Team

Learn how to actively work to understand and motivate your diverse teams to maximize business results by understanding the opportunities diversity presents, cultivating the tools you need to engage that diversity, identifying the impacts of diverse cultures on core business functions, exploring issues your team may face as a result, and focusing on strategies for team building.


Strategizing Corporate Social Responsibility

By 2025, Millennials and Gen Z will represent 75% of the American workforce. Driven by values like diversity, inclusion, and social justice, this emerging employee base has high expectations of employers in a gig economy where there are more jobs than workers, and where Gens Y & Z readily change jobs that don’t align with their values. This session unpacks the ways in which different industries can leverage their strengths to strategically define, plan, execute, measure, and maximize impacts on key social areas as part of their corporate social responsibility plan.