Pending approval 1.5 HR Business Credit hours toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
Pending approval for 1.5 SHRM Professional Development Credits.
Philly SHRM Webinar
Diversity & Inclusion usually falls under Human Resources. Policies and processes are put into place to ensure diverse candidate pools and succession pipelines, as well as equity in salary and benefits. Once diverse talent is in the door, however, what does inclusion look and feel like for new team members, and what can HR do to promote inclusion?
In this 90-minute webinar (including Q&A), we will look at what inclusion looks and feels like through the lens of team membership: what are the phases of a team’s life cycle, what are the types of memberships offered to new team members, and what is the price of admission. We will also look at the roadblocks that people leaders and the overall organization can erect that hinder full team membership. And, finally, we will look at some practical ways that people leaders can create inclusive teams.
Meet the Speaker:
Lorraine McCamley is the owner of Boldly Quiet Consulting and the author of the Amazon best-selling book: Boldly Quiet: The Introvert’s Guide to Developing the Mindset of a Successful Leader. Lorraine spent years as an executive in the corporate world feeling that being an introvert was something to be ashamed of or fixed. She now coaches quiet professionals, helping them understand and embrace who they are so they can authentically and effectively lead others.
Lorraine is a Gallup-Certified Strengths Coach and holds a master’s degree in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania, where she focused on Organizational Coaching and Leading and Managing Change. In early 2020, Lorraine was awarded the opportunity to travel to Benin, Africa, to provide Strengths Training to local volunteers through the Mandela Washington Fellowship Reciprocal Exchange Program. Lorraine lives in Skippack, PA with her husband, their teen-aged son, and probably too many pets.