"What Diversity Is Not: The Evolution of D&I"

Date: 16-Apr-2014
Capacity: Not Set (0% booked)

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April 2014 Workshop Registration


"What Diversity Is Not: The Evolution of D&I"

presented by 
Mesha Mott, Executive HR Consultant

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              Scottsdale Community College

                     
 Date  Wednesday, April 16, 2014  
 Time

8:00am - 12:00 Noon (Registration begins at 7:30AM) 
 
 Location        Scottsdale Community College
Student Center (SC) | Turquoise Room 164 (campus map)
 
 

9000 E Chapparral Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85256 (map it)

 

Complimentary Event w/ light refreshments - RSVP today!
 * Registration Deadline - Monday, April 14, 2014
 

Workshop Summary

Diversity has evolved over time from compliance based diversity and diversity methodology based on tolerance to creating an inclusive culture in which diversity practices are in support of the organization’s business model through collaborative efforts with Sales, Marketing, Supplier Diversity,HR, and other key functions within the business. Trends in the marketplace as well as forward thinking has transformed how D&I is viewed and how D&I impacts the business. Thus, diversity is seen as a business imperative rather than a practice to be tolerated. 

This session will engage the audience in key learnings as to what diversity is and is not via the sharing of best practices and next generation D&I trends necessary to remain relevant and serve as a viable resource to the business. This is a highly interactive workshop in which critical thinking and sharing will take place as participants examine marketplace trends, demographic shifts, cultural norms, bias and the evolution of diversity and those tools necessary for sustainability.

Workshop Objectives

Through an understanding of what D&I is and is not, participants will be able to:
                
  • Recognize marketplace trends impacting D&I
  • Understand the power of culture and values and how they influence world views and behavior as well as impact key business decisions
  • Articulate business model connectivity relative to Talent, Marketplace and Operations
  • Zero in on best practices needed to remain relevant in the D&I space


Workshop Facilitator

Mesha Mott | Executive HR Consultant 

DLA Workshop Speaker - April 2014Mesha holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and has 25+ years of internal and external consulting experience within the HR and Marketing disciplines. Mesha’s focus is on organizational effectiveness with a focus on gap analysis, change management, strategic planning, organization restructure, training and development, talent and performance management, job readiness and diversity and inclusion. 

She has been instrumental in crafting relevant training for her clients inclusive of curriculum development and training facilitation across a number of key disciplines. Mesha has also spent a substantial amount of time in the diversity and inclusion space crafting strategic diversity plans, managing diversity circles, facilitating the activities of diversity councils, setting and measuring diversity targets, assisting in the creation and management of affinity groups, supporting affinity groups in setting strategic goals and action plans, reshaping workforce composition based on recruitment plans, engaging key diverse organizations in pipeline building and creating action plans based on data from employee workplace assessment data, facilitating a number of diversity and inclusion workshops as well as counseling leadership on diversity efforts. (read more)


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