Workplace Inclusion Conference 2014

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Workplace Inclusion Conference 2014

  1. 1. Organizational Inclusion Conference for Workplace and Service Environments March 27 & 28, 2014 www.diversityintelligence.ca
  2. 2. Who? For those in non-profit, public and private sector organizations responsible for creating an inclusive organization: • • • • Diversity Officers Human Resource staff Senior Managers Line Managers
  3. 3. What? Your opportunity to learn from the experts and get trained in equity, diversity and inclusion. Organizations and workplaces are challenged to comply with legislation and respond to changing dynamics and demographics. It’s not about "ticking the checkboxes" anymore. We have to make people count and build excellent inclusion practices, policies and organizational cultures.
  4. 4. When? Pre-Conference Lecture Tim Wise Anti-Racist Educator Beyond Diversity: Being Race Conscious in a Diverse Society March 26, 2014 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
  5. 5. When? Conference March 27 & 28, 2014 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  6. 6. Where? Central YMCA 20 Grosvenor Street Downtown Toronto
  7. 7. Why? • Receive practical training from leaders in the field • Learn from and network with colleagues in other organizations • Learn practical steps to create a diverse workforce and inclusive work environment • Understand what you need to do to comply with equity-related legislation
  8. 8. The Keynotes
  9. 9. March 27, 2014 Beyond Diversity: Being Race Conscious in the Workplace Tim Wise Anti-Racism Educator
  10. 10. March 28, 2014 Integrating Newcomers into the Workplace Hon. Jean Augustine Ontario Fairness Commissioner
  11. 11. The Workshops
  12. 12. March 27, 2014 WS1: Creating Inclusive Workplaces for Aboriginal Peoples WS2: Bias-Free Hiring WS3: Conducting a Diversity Census WS4: Creating LGBTQ Positive Spaces in Organizations WS5: Key Elements of an Effective Workplace Diversity Program WS6: Developing a Business Case for Diversity
  13. 13. March 28, 2014 WS7: Beyond the Basics in Cultural Competency WS8: Evaluating the Success of Your Diversity Program WS9: Employment Systems Reviews: Benefits and Challenges WS10: Competing Rights in Organizations and Workplaces WS11: Complaint Investigations: Dos and Don’ts WS12: How Inclusive Are Your Human Resources Practices?
  14. 14. By? Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Consulting Firm A non-profit agency that works to prevent and eliminate violence against diverse women, youth and children in the workplace and in the community.
  15. 15. Register Register online or download the registration form: http://www.diversityintelligence.ca/conference.html
  16. 16. Learn more www.twitter.com/DiversityMusing www.facebook.com/WorkplaceInclusionConference www.diversityintelligence.ca www.metrac.org

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