Diversity and Inclusion

Move beyond demographic diversity to cognitive diversity and a culture of inclusiveness

Organizations with diverse perspectives, work experiences, lifestyles, and cultures perform better. The future of diversity and inclusion moves beyond thinking demographic diversity to include cognitive diversity—the blending of different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives within a team. Learn to embed diversity into your entire talent management system (from hiring all the way to performance management, development, and leadership) to create a true culture of inclusiveness. In a culture of inclusive diversity, organizations realize the full potential of all employees.

2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference

Driving Innovation and Market Share by Strengthening Cultural Intelligence

We learned why traditional diversity practices don’t work and gained tools to build an inclusive and collaborative culture at the 2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference on May 6-7, 2019 in San Francisco.

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Learn More about Diversity and Inclusion with our Top Resources

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Diversity and Inclusion: An Economic, Social, and Workforce Imperative

November 5, 2018 | Tamara Phillips & Frank Dobbin | HCI

Despite growing awareness, recognition, and investment in diversity and inclusion initiatives, massive disparities in job opportunities persist among various demographic groups. And, despite the growing diversity of the global workforce, leadership levels of most companies look strikingly similar to the white male dominated leadership teams of the past.

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Closing The Gender Gap

August 22, 2018 | Tom Tonkin, Marilyn Nagel

Explore the current challenges and practical solutions regarding gender diversity.  Then engage in a discussion that offers concrete ideas to move your organization towards gender parity with specific steps that you can take to create an environment where the best minds, ideas and leadership can thrive.

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Building Inclusion

August 7, 2018 | SkillSurvey | HCI

Building a culture of inclusion will take commitment, vision, and resources. A fair and unbiased hiring process based on objective data will be fundamental to any successful diversity and inclusion. And while opening the door to opportunity can have a positive impact on your bottom line, knowing that you’re building a culture that values every employee and customer is its own reward.

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Is Your Organization Inclusive Enough to Be Diverse?

June 7, 2018 | Craig Ramsay | Glint

Organizations have learned that increasing diversity — the variety of differences between people in their workforce — and inclusion — helping those employees feel a greater sense of belonging — creates a more engaged workforce and greater competitive advantage.

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Optimizing and Managing the Diversity of Your Team

May 30, 2018 | Audra Jenkins

Explore how to get the most out of all of your employees without inadvertently disengaging any of them by your own lack of diversity maturity and cultural competence, and how this could be a critical key in making you and your team much more successful.

2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference

Driving Innovation and Market Share by Strengthening Cultural Intelligence

We learned why traditional diversity practices don’t work and gained tools to build an inclusive and collaborative culture at the 2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference on May 6-7, 2019 in San Francisco.

Location & Venue

Hilton San Francisco Union Square
333 O'Farrell Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
1-415-771-1400

Call 1-415-771-1400 and reference Human Capital Institute 2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference to take advantage of the $299 room rate. Don’t wait, the offer expires April 19, 2019. Click here to book your room now!

2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference

Driving Innovation and Market Share by Strengthening Cultural Intelligence

We learned why traditional diversity practices don’t work and gained tools to build an inclusive and collaborative culture at the 2019 Inclusive Diversity Conference on May 6-7, 2019 in San Francisco.

Learn More