GCHRA HR How-To Workshop: Movind Toward A Racially Just Workplace - 8/18/20
1:30 pm - 1:40 pm - Introductions and announcements
1:40 pm - 2:15 pm - Developing and/or Executing a Diversity and Inclusion Strategy
2:15 pm - 2:50 pm - How to Become an Ally
2:50 pm - 3:00 pm - Break
3:00 pm - 3:35 pm - Exploring Differences while Reducing Harm
3:35 pm - 4:15 pm - Having Productive Conversations about Race and Racism in the Workplace
4:15 pm - 4:45 pm - Panel Question & Answer Session
1:30 pm to 4:45 pm
|Presenter:||Mark Wilson, Kim Amrine, Jen Ingram, Sherman Bradley, Priya Klocek and Robin Shabazz|
|Contact:||Christy Canty, Chapter Administrator
Online registration is available until: 8/17/2020
This meeting will be offered as a Virtual Event only. After you complete your registration here, you will be given a link to register on Zoom, and will then receive meeting access information.
3 SHRM Certification Credits!
3 General HRCI Credits!
EARLY BIRD RATES THROUGH AUGUST 11, 2020
RSVP by: August 17, 2020
*PrePayment is required to attend. Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover are accepted.
No refunds will be provided after August 17, 2020
-How to develop and execute a diversity and inclusion strategy
-How to become an ally
-How to explore differences while reducing harm
-How to have productive conversations about race and racism in the workplace while managing our bias
Moderator: Mary Stagaman
Our Moderator, Mary Stagaman's long career spans the public, private, and non-profit sectors, but advocacy for inclusion in our workplaces and our community is a common thread throughout. For the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, she developed a highly effective program in cultural competence for leaders and built the region's largest business inclusion event, while coaching the chamber team to model inclusion in everything they do. Mary is a skilled facilitator and moderator, who is known for her ability to draw key insights from other leaders in compelling conversations.
Mark Wilson, SPHR, SHRM-SCP
Corporate Head of Human Resources, United Dairy Farmers, Inc.
Mr. Wilson holds an undergraduate degree in Business Management and a Master of Science degree in Human Resource Management both from Texas A&M University. Mark is also active in the community currently serving as the Chair for the HR Committee of the United Way of Greater Cincinnati and serving as a board member for Cincinnati Works and Cincinnati Early Learning Centers. He is a past board member and board chairperson of LifeSpan, Inc. / Community First Solutions and a past member of the Leadership Development Committee for the National board of the YMCA of the USA.
Founder & President, Calibrated Lens LLC
Jennifer is the Founder and Managing Director of Calibrated Lens, a private consulting firm specializing in services that support organizations and individuals in accomplishing DEI goals. Before launching Calibrated Lens, she served as the first Vice President, DEI at the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, the sixth largest United Way in the nation. Additionally, she was deeply involved in contributing thought leadership and sharing best practices across the United Way Worldwide Network. In this role she gained national attention for her publication of the organization’s inaugural DEI Community Report. She is also responsible for organizing the first ever LGBT+ centered discussion at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. Additionally, Jennifer planned and implemented the first community-wide event in the Tri-State area in recognition of the National Day of Racial Healing.
Director of Diversity & Inclusion, Frost Brown Todd LLC
Almost 18 years ago, I chose to start my legal career at FBT because of the people at the firm. Although the start of my journey was in litigation, I’m so blessed to now focus 100 percent of my time on our fantastic people. I have a passion for what I do and feel privileged to work in a firm where our leadership is steadfast, fully invested in progress, and supports me and my passion for this crucial work. My job is simple. It’s to make sure that we live and breathe everything we say about diversity and inclusion. It’s not about recruiting, sponsorships, or awards. It’s about making sure that we are constantly challenging ourselves to be more inclusive in everything that we do. That means advancement, partner compensation, practice group and department management. You name it.
President & CEO, Consultant on the Go, LLC
Priya Dhingra Klocek is a business consultant, executive coach, mentor and facilitator. She is the President & CEO of Consultant On The Go LLC, a consulting firm that focuses on diagnosing and improving the fundamental human interactions upon which all successful business are built. Priya works with her clients collaboratively to identify and implement strategic customized solutions for their business and cultural needs. Priya has more than 20 years of experience working in the areas of Talent Management, Leadership Development, Change Management and Diversity & Inclusion. Her corporate experience includes working for companies like Ashland Inc, Convergys, Great American Insurance and Fifth Third Bank. She has experience working globally on various initiatives in countries like Canada, Europe, Indian and the Philippines. Priya holds a Bachelor’s degree in business from the College of Mount St Joseph and a Master’s degree in Human Resource Development from Xavier University. She is also certified in various tools and methodologies including Prosci Change Management, Myers-Briggs Type indicator (MBTI), EQi 2.0, Social+ Emotional Intelligence (ISEI) and the Intercultural Development Inventory (IDI).
The Eastledge Group, LLC
Robin Shabazz is an experienced business leader and the Principal of The Eastledge Group, LLC. With over 25 years of experience in the HR and diversity, equity, and inclusion space, Robin believes that cultural intelligence is the most valuable skill needed to foster an effective workplace culture. She also believes in the concrete over the abstract. While other programs focus on building awareness, she has built The Eastledge Group to focus on delivering practical skills that enable organizations to thrive in multicultural settings.
Founder of GOODFIT
Sherman is founder of GOODFIT “Where Different Is Good” training and consulting firm tackling the field of D.E.I. and Implicit Bias. At GOODFIT, we understand that achievement of business objectives must be sustainable and repeatable in varying conditions and environments. We help you equip leaders in their departments and workgroups with the necessary skills to engage difference. In addition to providing historical and contextual insight that supports the need for this type of training, we can facilitate the kind of skill-building that guides effective relational engagement. GOODFIT as a process, enables participants to create the key ingredients to helping your business grow better and faster. GOODFIT allows you to leverage “difference” for “good” success! Sherman is an Advanced Toastmaster, has presented at TedX Xavier University, spoken at numerous Colleges and Universities. Sherman is a US Air Force Veteran and Co-Pastors "The Warehouse Church": a multi-ethnic, inter- generational, and multi-class congregation, thriving in the heart of the Cincinnati. He leads with his wife Sadell.