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Join the IL Diversity Council for its February meeting!
The meeting will take place at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Chiago located at 200 E Randolph Dr. 18th floor (AON Building), Chicago IL 60616. Lunch will be provided.
The meeting will start with lunch and networking. We will introduce our leaders, discuss our 2014 agenda, and share ways that you, and your organization can get involved with the council. The meeting will close with an educational topic on Leveraging Big Data in Diversity & Inclusion presented by Pam McElvane, CEO & Publisher at Diversity MBA P&L Group, Ltd. This topic will discuss what every professional should know in how companies use diversity benchmarking to identify best practices that supports their decisions on the type of programs implemented for talent development, advancement, recruitment, succession planning and more.
Attending this meeting is the best way to learn more about the IL Diversity Council.
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Illinois Diversity Council
Organized in 2012, the Illinois Diversity Council (ILDC) is committed to fostering a learning environment for organizations to grow and leverage their knowledge of diversity. The ILDC is a great opportunity for professionals, students and organizations to learn diversity best practices from the top corporate leaders.
Enhance appreciation for and understanding of the value of diversity and inclusion. We will achieve success through the efforts and activities which:
▪ Advance corporate leadership education/awareness of the varied dimensions of diversity
▪ Commit leaders to discuss issues and challenge attitudes, and promote organizational changes that support diversity
▪ Promote outreach efforts to our youth that inspire mutual respect and understanding
We are committed to transforming our workplace communities into environments where people are valued for their uniqueness and differences, and are confident that their contributions matter.
▪ Promote diversity and inclusion in the workplace and community
▪ Develop leaders who are educated and aware of all aspects of diversity and inclusion
▪ Develop programs that support diversity education and awareness
▪ Networking and mentoring opportunities with corporate leaders and peers
▪ Community outreach for local high school teens and college students
▪ Educational and development programs sharing best practices in diversity for businesses and professionals
▪ Awards and recognition programs to promote diversity initiatives