Webcast: Drive Collective Effort And Meaningful Buy In To Meet Diversity Goals
Drive Collective Effort And Meaningful Buy In To Meet Diversity Goals
FRIDAY, MAR 05TH | 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm IST/ 06:30 AM - 07:30 AM GMT
Moving the needle in the right direction: Creating a gender-balanced workplace

Organizations around the world understand the need for diversity and are putting in efforts to create a more inclusive workplace. However, programs designed to increase diversity and inclusion in the workplace often fail. For example, most organizations still struggle with unconscious biases interfering with recruitment decision-making - even those with the most sophisticated recruitment technologies in place.

We have never been smarter, more analytical, more innovative and more ‘woke’ than we are now. But we are still thinking about how to start moving the needle, rather than taking action to push it in the right direction.

Join People Matters to brainstorm the outcome-based actions that you will take today to accelerate the movement of the gender equality needle. . It is time to move beyond lip service and work on results-driven strides in the right direction.. The future is about balance!

    This virtual panel discussion will bring together experts to offer actionable insights on:
  • Assessing and including your D&I big rocks into your business planning
  • Establishing goals and accountability with KPI-driven D&I targets
  • Getting the right tools and strategy to promote more women into leadership roles
  • Rethinking men’s ability to lead organizations towards a gender-balanced workforce
  • Reorganizing teams at work to facilitate gender-balanced organizations
  • Our Speakers
    Maria Teixidor
    Maria Teixidor

    VUCA Solutions

    Carine Rowland
    Carine Rowland

    People & Culture Leader- APAC
    Manpower Group

    Shraddhanjali Rao
    Shraddhanjali Rao

    Head HR
    SAP, India

    Ester Martinez
    Ester Martinez

    CEO & Editor-in-Chief
    People Matters

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