San Francisco, California
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TOPIC - Diversity and Inclusion
Join us for another great session presented by Sharif Mansur.
The business case for diversity remains the same – it’s still great for the bottom line for many reasons. When people of different cultures work together on a problem or issue, the result is generally more successful than if similar people addressed the same issue. One reason is because in a diverse group, a wider range of perspectives, opinions and experiences are included within the decision making process. These differences may allow a business to grow and expand. Without having diversity in an organization, employees and the employer are not embracing differences and may overlook a component that could be detrimental to the success of the organization.
By attending this session, you will learn why diversity is important and be involved in a discussion about strategies for human resources to:
- assist managers with inclusiveness as it relates to generations
- implement policies and systems for diversity and inclusiveness
- focus on similarities rather than differences.
Sharif Mansur is a human capital and organizational development professional. He regularly works with organizations to improve organizational effectiveness; enhance people development; foster engaged cultures; and drive performance measures.
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SHRM - Racine/Kenosha Area Chapter
SHRM – Racine & Kenosha Area Chapter (SRKA) is an affiliated chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). We received our charter in July of 2007 and are well on our way to achieving our objective of being a vital HR resource in the Racine and Kenosha County area. We are committed to serving you, the HR Professional, and to advancing the HR Profession.