SHRM’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion: A Look Back (2011), & a Look Forward (2012). [name of Presenter] [title/volunteer position, if applicable] [name of Chapter or State Council]. A Look Back. SHRM has added a new course to its curriculum of Diversity & Inclusion Seminars.
SHRM’s Office of Diversity & Inclusion:A Look Back (2011), & a Look Forward (2012)
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Global Cultural Competence for Business Leaders was piloted at SHRM HQ in December
The course is aimed at anyone who works across national borders to achieve organizational success.
The video features Dr. Shirley Davis and Eric Peterson of SHRM
The video is intended for new and emerging Diversity & Inclusion practitioners
By combining FWI’s content expertise with SHRM’s reach and influence, both organizations hope to make a real impact on the way employers approach Workplace Flexibility
A new Work/Life Conference debuted in November, 2011
SHRM/FWI was recently awarded a Sloan grant worth $985,000 to continue this important work.
The conference featured two concurrent session blocks, devoted to innovative thinkers who have fundamentally altered the way that Diversity & Inclusion is practiced.
“Game Changers” represented the US Military, research institutions, and Harpo Studios.
SHRM is the only organization licensed to create ANSI-certified standards in HR and Diversity
These standards will, for the first time, define minimally effective D&I practices for organizations across the country
It’s very likely that some/all of these standards will move on to ISO, the International Standards Organization
“Charting Your Path to Success” (based on the DVD presentation) will detail what D&I practitioners need to know (and do) in today’s organizational landscape
“Workplace Flexibility: The Next Imperative for Business Success and HR Leadership” details both why and how organizations embrace a new way of working that serves both employers and a 21st Century workforce
SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Strategic Leadership Program (15 Strategic Recertification Hours)
The Diversity Practitioner of the 21st Century (7.5 Strategic Recertification Hours)
Global Cultural Competence for Business Leaders (7.5 International Recertification Hours)
Any of our keynote speeches
Global Cultural Competence
Efforts are underway to create specific networking and educational opportunities for members of the Diversity Core Leadership Area
As always, the conference will provide insights and inspiration to those in the D&I field
Anyone interested in the content of the Standards may comment on the final drafts
Every comment received must be responded to, according to ANSI guidelines
SHRM is counting on its members, particularly the Diversity Core Leadership Area, to participate in this important step of the process
When public review begins, more information will be made available re: where/how to comment