One cannot over-emphasize the importance of having a strong D&I strategy led by senior leadership that will drive an innovation culture of inclusivity from the top down. However, this top-down strategy will not create real organizational change all on its own.
Successful D&I training encompasses both the what as well as the how. What do you need employees to know and understand, and what behaviors and outcomes are expected after the training, and how will you make that happen?
Join Alvin C. Hill, Jr and your ATD colleagues to explore how D&I partnering with L&D can be creative in thinking outside the box to create and implement a D&I strategy that will foster an inclusive culture that drive collaboration, innovation, and cultural competence in the workplace.
Alvin C. Hill, Jr. is currently the Senior Director of Diversity and Cultural Competence for The Milwaukee Center for Independence. (MCFI) Al is responsible for the overall planning, implementation and oversight of MCFI’s workforce and supplier diversity strategies and initiatives with direct oversight of the agency’s MCFI Diversity Team as well as two employee resource groups since 2006. Under his leadership, MCFI was awarded the Wisconsin Association of Equal Opportunity Strategic Diversity Council Award and was twice awarded The Wisconsin State SHRM Diversity Advocate Award
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