Building Better Teams Through Diversity
As an early-stage entrepreneur, you want to attract the most exceptional talent who will help your company grow. Developing and implementing an effective DEI strategy can be essential to your efforts to secure the very best people to help maintain your competitive advantage.
This webinar will include open and frank conversations with experts who will share their insights and best practices and outline pragmatic steps early-stage companies can take to incorporate DEI into their workplace culture and to cultivate inclusive, high-performing teams.
This first webinar “Building Better Teams through Diversity,” part of a three-part DEI series, will drill down on several important and related issues, including:
- Recruiting and onboarding strategies that foster diversity
- Early-development considerations that can enhance workplace diversity over the long-term
- Identifying and overcoming internal & external challenges that may hinder diversity goals & outcomes
The session will be an interactive and open conversation, allowing you the opportunity to offer up your impressions and questions with the objective of gaining a more clear and nuanced understanding of diversity in the workplace.
Please note: This webinar will be a rebroadcast of the recording which took place Jun 9, 2021.
You are watching a rebroadcast of the webinar. There will not be a live Q&A session following the presentation. If you have any questions for the speakers, please email [email protected]
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