1 Credits: Personnel/Human Resources
This equity, diversity and inclusion course from William B. Henry will explore the process of immersing our business environment into a cultural shift through a five-stage process- Promote Inclusion and Variety Through an Organization in a Timely Fashion. This class covers the next two segments of the PIVOT program- Variety and Organization. The first segment will cover the importance of variety- how it adds to company value, visibility, and impact on vacuum thinking. The second segment will focus on organization- elements to an organization, various opportunities within an organization, and organization optimization.
Upon completing this course, participants will understand:
- Value in Variety
- Vacuum Thinking
- Defining organization
- Elements of an organization
- Opportunities within an organization
March 7, 2022
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Meet The Experts
With more than 20 years of experience William B. Henry specializes in having D.E.I.I. conversations around leadership development, strategic planning, employee engagement, and culture building. His dynamic work in leadership training enhances the performance of individual executives, teams, and organizations. With a background that encompasses a wide range of programs and initiatives for organization design, his progressive approach sets a foundation for social change, and personal development. William works in partnership, directly with clients to implement strategies and teach skills that provide value through every phase of life. William has gained national attention with his motto “We All Play A …