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Belonging in Today’s Workplace: How Business Leaders Can Amplify DIB Efforts - Madison Area

  • Wednesday, January 11, 2023
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • CUNA Mutual’s new Lighthouse Building - 5810 Mineral Point Road Madison, WI 53705
  • 7


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Looking forward to seeing you at this in-person WIT@work breakfast series event! Registration now open:

          Registration is limited to the first 60 guests. 

Date: Wednesday, January 11, 2023

    7 -7:30 am - Doors open - Networking & Breakfast

    7:30-9 am - Welcome & Presentation

Location: CUNA Mutual's new Lighthouse Building - 5810 Mineral Point Road, Madison, WI 53705


People are essential to the critical services businesses provide across industries and sectors. Amidst the challenges brought on by COVID-19 and the Great Resignation, organizations must be intentional and strategic about how to attract, hire, retain and develop talent across a variety of backgrounds and experiences. In this session, participants will explore concepts of diversity, inclusion and belonging (DIB) and how they can be leveraged to not only help tackle the challenges of the unique environment we face today but also increase innovation, enhance performance, and strengthen retention efforts. This session will draw on the latest research in organizational behavior and social science to explore strategies and tactics leaders can use to evolve DIB in their areas (individuals, teams, and organizations) of influence.

Shane LLoyd is Baker Tilly’s head of diversity, inclusion and belonging. Shane serves as the executive leader advancing Baker Tilly’s diversity, inclusion and belonging strategy and ensuring it is embedded in all elements of the business operations. Shane has extensive experience in the breadth of diversity, inclusion and belonging execution and strategy activities: executive leadership development and coaching, dialogue facilitation, mediation, strategy development, employee resource groups and DIB learning.

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