Diversity Web Seminar on Innovation: 107 Ways Diversity Management Improves Business Efficiency

Diversity management is the key to identifying what’s stopping your employees from doing their best work. But how can you identify “barriers to greatness” in your company, and what can you do about them


In our 90-minutediversity web seminar on innovation, Capital One Senior Director of Diversity & Inclusion Donna Schaar and The McGraw-Hill Companies Chief Diversity Officer Terri Austin, Digital Innovation Manager Olga Kozak and Enterprise Community Manager Edward Ford present their companies’ diversity-management innovationsBarriers to Greatness and Digital Employee-Resource Groups, respectivelywhich have resulted in increased productivity and improved employee engagement.

You will learn:

  • How Capital One removed 107 operational, cultural and organizational “roadblocks” in six months.
  • The best ways to collect employee input and build a culture of openness with high employee engagement.
  • How McGraw-Hill launched a digital resource group and how it benefits the company’s product portfolio.
  • How to leverage social media and other digital advancements to improve collaboration throughout your organization and increase employee engagement.

“The innovation and success we’ve seen as a company is about the people we hire,” says Schaar. “Innovation links to talent developmentthat’s truly what we believe. Diverse thought equals innovation.”

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