EDI, Specialist|

Building a Culture of Equity, Inclusion & Belonging

Time/ Date:
Thursday, November 18th
2:00pm- 5:00pm PST

Dr. Shirley Davis

Many organizations tout how much progress they have made in their diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts because they have recruited more diverse talent and offered a D & I training course. But if achieving representation, counting heads, and raising awareness is all that you do, and you don’t foster a welcoming, or inclusive culture where ALL talent can thrive, your efforts will not be sustainable. So what does it take to create this kind of workplace culture—one that attracts top talent, increases performance and engagement, fosters respect, trust, a safe place to work, and one that makes great talent want to stay?

In this high-energy and interactive session, Dr.Shirley Davis, CSP, SHRM-SCP, SPHR will outline the critical competencies that all leaders need in order to work more effectively across differences and how to move from unconscious bias to intentional inclusive leadership.  She will also share the latest research and innovative strategies for how high performing workplace cultures are created and how they lead to significant benefits to the organization, the staff, and its members. Participants will also engage in skill building exercises, reflection questions, polls, chats, Q & A, and breakouts that will reinforce the key takeaways. Come ready to listen, learn, engage, and walk away with practical tips on how you can contribute to building a culture of equity, inclusion, and belonging.  

This session is an interactive training and will only be available live. Do not miss out on the opportunity to hear from Dr. Shirley Davis  make sure to register today!

AIA California
AIA California
AIA California is dedicated to serving its members, and uniting all architecture professionals in the design of a more just, equitable and resilient future through advocacy, education and political action. It celebrates more than 75 years of service and, today, is composed of more than 11,000 members across the state.

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