DiversityInc's 2017 Fall Event, New Ideas for Best Practices, took place Wednesday, Sept. 27, at the Newark Liberty International Airport Marriott. The successful event focused on new approaches to holding stakeholders accountable for D&I results, using talent development as a revenue driver and infusing diversity in succession planning. Companies also shared innovative resource-group case studies and discussed how they have communicated effectively with their employees regarding their stance on today's social issues.
The event's keynote speaker, Professor Carol Anderson, chair of African American Studies at Emory University and author of the book White Rage, delivered a poignant and captivating analysis surrounding the continued use of systematic racism to oppress people of color in this country.
Rev. Jesse Jackson Sr. capped off the day-long event sharing his perspective on the increasingly overt racial divisions sown by the current administration and the public's obligation to remain engaged to preserve civil rights.
See videos below.
Warner Baxter, Chairman, President and CEO of Ameren Corporation, sits with DiversityInc CEO Luke Visconti to discuss how CEOs can lead the charge on addressing social issues with their workforces.
DiversityInc Top 50 survey data shows most companies miss opportunities to diversify the top levels of management. Hear insights into infusing diversity into succession planning early enough so opportunities aren't missed.
The chair of African American Studies at Emory University and author of the book White Rage, delivered a poignant and captivating analysis surrounding the continued use of systematic racism to oppress people of color in this country.
Learn how companies are communicating their stance on social issues in the U.S., such as racial tension, immigration, gender parity and equal pay.
D&I management is not just the D&I department's job. The best performing companies cast a wider net in holding stakeholders accountable for results. In this panel, you'll learn how they do it and the positive results they yield.
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