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Human Equity Advantage Roundtable (formerly known as The Diversity Roundtab...
Tue, Nov 24, 2015, 9:00 AM
A Personal Invitation from Trevor Wilson, President, TWI Inc., creator of Human Equity™ and author of The Human Equity Advantage: From Diversity to Talent Optimization
The Human Equity Advantage Roundtable (formerly known as the Diversity Roundtable)
An evolution in the current discourse around diversity and inclusion, moving beyond diversity to the future of talent differenciation and optimization: human equity.
"Human equity challenges the boundaries of current thinking on diversity and inclusion because it represents a natural evolution from focusing on organizational barriers to empowering the individual and the organization collectively. By creating a platform where each person and organization can determine whether a person's unique skills and attributes are appropriately aligned and fit with the organization's objectives, it provides a real breakthrough strategy that will also address diversity fatigue."- Stephen Shea, EY Executive Committee Member and Managing Partner, Talent at Ernst & Young LLP
As leading practitioners in diversity and inclusion, you are invited to share your insights and vision as we create beyond diversity towards human equity.
Date: Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Location: BBPA Center of Excellence, 180 Elm Street, Toronto
For your convenience, we are offering two options: (a.m. session or full day)
Option 1: Morning Session $50.00
You will hear from expert speakers on topics related to diversity, inclusion, and beyond towards Human Equity.
1. Steven Shea, EY Executive Committee Member and Managing Partner, Talent at Ernst & Young LLP
2. Teresa Easler, Marketing Maven, Creator of the Power to Connect™ and CEO of Connect to the Core Inc.
3. Bobby Adore, Director Partnerships, MAX 2016 NBA All Star Game Weekend Event
Option 2: Full Day Package $100.00
In addition to Option 1 above, attendees are invited to stay for:
1. Networking Lunch
Share a meal in an informal setting with peers to share best practices or attend a coaching/mentor working-lunch with Trevor Wilson to work on your toughest diversity and inclusion challenges.
2. Power to Connect Workshop
Deep dive into the revolutionary Power to Connect communications tool with creator Teresa Easler. Learn how to connect to any audience on the toughest diversity and inclusion issues.
Please register through this invite no later than Friday, November 20, 2015. Space is limited.
For questions, please send an email with your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Payment is due by November 22, 2015 and can be paid by any major credit card.
We look forward to seeing you there!