Building a Culture that Embraces Women Leaders
Wednesday, May 1 | 4:30-5:30pm
Brandon Hall Group research shows that culture has a major impact on how organizations attract and support women leaders. For example, those with collaborative cultures that stress teamwork, inclusion and consensus are three times more likely to have a female chief information officer than organizations with a controlling culture that is highly structured and emphasizes security and predictability over other values. This session examines pertinent issues around a culture that embraces women leaders so you can help build a more inclusive culture.
- Understanding the impact of the #metoo movement.
- Strategies for recognizing and training people to understand and manage unconscious bias.
- A tool to assess your organization’s culture and its support for developing women leaders.
Global Inclusion and Diversity
Global Human Resources, Senior Vice President
Diversity & Inclusion Executive – Women’s Initiatives
Bank of America
Counsel, Employment and Diversity and Inclusion Officer
Restaurant Brands International
Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion
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