Why value diversity in business? Find business conversations about Diversity frustrating? Would you like to enhance your ability to engage in conversations with leaders so that they listen, hear you, and move to action? Join our speakers, Cathy Bristow and Lolita Chandler, diversity consultants who can help you create fresh, engaging conversations on diversity in a business context to inspire others to listen, learn and act.
“Diversity: Old Topic – Fresh Conversations.” A short presentation followed by live Q&A with speakers Cathy Bristow and Lolita Chandler.
What You Will Learn
- Strategies for positioning the diversity conversation …how to get leaders to listen!
- The potential of not knowing – Using what you don’t know to unleash engagement and innovation!
- Generational differences – Differences as an asset!
- Tips to get listeners to “tune in”….inspiring fresh conversations!
- And much more…
Date: Thursday, September 16, 2010
Time: 2:00-3:00 pm ET
Meet Your Expert
Lolita Chandler is currently an adjunct instructor in the Diversity Management Certificate Program at Cornell University, School of Industrial Relations in New York City. She currently works as a consultant to education and industry where her focus is on facilitating engaging conversations about diversity and inclusion that inspire listeners to action. Lolita holds a Master’s in Education from Teachers’ College, Columbia University, NY.
Cathy Bristow is Founder and Principal of BRIDGES, a New York consulting firm. Cathy is grounded in a philosophy and vision which says…’Look at what is and see what can be!” She uses this philosophy to assist organizations in seeing new possibilities during challenging business times. Cathy holds a BS from Wheelock College and an MBA from Pepperdine University.
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