Diversity: Capitalizing on the Mix

Diversity: Capitalizing on the Mix

Date: Available On Demand

Duration: 58-minutes

In the last few years, a wealth of credible research has linked diversity with organizational success. McKinsey & Company, one particularly pertinent example, reports that companies in the top quartile for diversity are 35 percent more likely to outperform others in their industry financially.

But major obstacles get in the way. Unconscious bias impedes advancement. Work cultures force people to operate outside their natural strengths. Unawareness about the preferences of colleagues who differ interferes with productivity.

In this highly interactive webinar, we create awareness about the various dimensions of diversity, especially generation and gender. We explore unconscious bias, those blind spots that impact our decisions. We examine the different ways in which the genders perceive success and failure. We delve into the blend of generations in today’s workplace.

Diversity is the mix. Inclusion is making the mix work. Together, we’ll uncover strategies for connecting across differences and capitalizing on this vital mix.


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Speakers:

img_sq.jpg    Tammy Hughes
   
CEO
   Claire Raines Associates

Tammy is a dynamic facilitator, presenter and business leader with over two decades experience in a broad spectrum of organizations and industries around the globe. She launched her career at Xerox Corporation in their Corporate Education and Training Division. She began as a salesperson at Claire Raines Associates in 1998 and served as company president from 2006 to 2012 when she became CEO.

Participants’ response to Tammy as a session leader has been overwhelmingly positive. She is fascinated by and knowledgeable about generational and values differences—and her passion permeates her style. She paints the research with fun, real-life stories from the workplace and her life. By working with participants to identify strategies, skills, and tools they will use to create more effective work relationships, Tammy facilitates dramatically increased business results.

She studied communication arts at Cedarville College in Ohio and holds a BAAS degree from Midwestern State University in Texas. Tammy is the author of a White Paper, “Born in One Generation, Thinking Like Another” which includes a statistical analysis of the Values & Influence Assessment™. With Pat Heim, Tammy is the co-author of the third edition of Hardball for Women (Plume, 2015). Tammy lives in Wichita Falls, Texas. She is married and has two young-adult sons.