2013 Talent Development Event Presentations

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Creating an Inclusive Workplace

Carlos Rodriguez, President and CEO, ADP

The Business Case for Corporate Social Responsibility

Stephen P. Holmes, Chairman and CEO, Wyndham Worldwide

Resource Groups

How to Start a Resource Group

David Casey, Vice President, Workforce Strategies and Chief Diversity Officer, CVS Caremark

Re-Energizing Resource Groups and Leveraging Social Media

Diana Solash, Director, Americas Inclusiveness Office, EY

How to Implement Global Resource Groups

Ingrid Devin, EMEA Diversity & Inclusion Lead and Employee Resource Group Global Lead, Dell

Dana Keefer, Vice President, Global Talent Management, Dell

Succession Planning

Developing a Diverse Pipeline

Diane Evans, Senior Vice President, Talent Planning Office, Wells Fargo

Retaining Top Talent

Mark King, Global Head, Diversity & Inclusion, Kellogg Company

Making Room at the Top

Dr. Ronald Copeland, Senior Vice President, National Diversity Strategy & Policy and Chief Diversity Officer, Kaiser Permanente


How to Start a Cross-Cultural Mentoring Program

Jodi Davidson, Director of Diversity Initiatives, Sodexo

The Difference Between Mentoring and Sponsorship

Michele C. Green, Vice President and Chief Diversity Officer, Prudential Financial

Insight Into Mentoring and Sponsorship Relationships

Kim Strong, Vice President, Diversity & Inclusion, Target

Values-Based Leadership

Pat Esser, President, Cox Communications

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