Inclusive Diversity and Inclusion Talent Management (DV227)

Infuse talent management recruiting, on-boarding and retention with new ways to look, think and communicate through applying a strategic approach to diversity and inclusion. To ensure these results, organizations need to go beyond traditional views of talent management to broadened perspective that aligns the business, talent management and diversity and inclusion strategies. The workshop will discuss and examine:

  • A systemic approach to recruiting, on- boarding and retention.
  • Tools for identifying organizational gaps and gains
  • Methods to connect recruiting to business accountability
  • Strategies for impacting employee engagement through on-boarding and retention

Key Topics

  • Understanding talent management as the outcome of recruiting, on-boarding and retention
  • Identifying strategic practices, challenges and opportunities of recruiting and retention
  • Identifying the business drivers for talent management
  • Recognizing the impact and influence of unconscious bias on talent management
  • Identifying and engaging stakeholders
  • Aligning the business, talent management and diversity and inclusion strategies
  • Ways to identify and measure the gaps
  • Future challenges for diversity and inclusion  talent management
  • Reviewing and furthering the recruitment preparation, sourcing, screening, interviewing and hiring process
  • Examining and advancing performance management, mentoring, succession planning, policies, practices and systems that influence recruitment, retention and on-boarding
  • Developing a balanced approach to quantitative and qualitative measurement

Special Features

Interactive exercises, Simulation case study, Application Learning Plan

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Instructors for Oct 17-18, 2016
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Lolita Chandler

Lolita Chandler, President, The Chandler Group, Inc., an executive resource company, combines her years of experience promoting diversity and multiculturalism in education and business to offer coaching and consulting services in diversity development to business, education, and not-for-profit organizations. Ms. Chandler recently served as the director of diversity for Avon Products.

Judy Clark

Judy Clark, Vice President and Inclusion Consultant for Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) at PNC Financial Services.  In this role, she manages the implementation of programs that support regional diversity strategies across the footprint through collaborative market D&I councils, facilitates employee focus groups, leads the corporate D&I Partner Roundtable and manages strategic projects across Human Resources with a diverse lens.

Judy joined PNC through the National City Bank acquisition, where she managed the enterprise-wide intranet application, including communications, governance and relationships with line of business owners. Earlier experience includes over ten years of teaching and consulting, with a focus on communications solutions.

Judy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace College, an Associate Degree in Graphic Design from Lakeland Community College, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Cornell University Certified Diversity Professional / Advanced Practitioner (CCDP/AP).

Instructors for Apr 4-5, 2017
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Lolita Chandler

Lolita Chandler, President, The Chandler Group, Inc., an executive resource company, combines her years of experience promoting diversity and multiculturalism in education and business to offer coaching and consulting services in diversity development to business, education, and not-for-profit organizations. Ms. Chandler recently served as the director of diversity for Avon Products.

Judy Clark

Judy Clark, Vice President and Inclusion Consultant for Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) at PNC Financial Services.  In this role, she manages the implementation of programs that support regional diversity strategies across the footprint through collaborative market D&I councils, facilitates employee focus groups, leads the corporate D&I Partner Roundtable and manages strategic projects across Human Resources with a diverse lens.

Judy joined PNC through the National City Bank acquisition, where she managed the enterprise-wide intranet application, including communications, governance and relationships with line of business owners. Earlier experience includes over ten years of teaching and consulting, with a focus on communications solutions.

Judy holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration from Baldwin Wallace College, an Associate Degree in Graphic Design from Lakeland Community College, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and a Cornell University Certified Diversity Professional / Advanced Practitioner (CCDP/AP).

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16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
United States
16 East 34th Street, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10016
United States

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