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How Executive Diversity Councils Yield Talent Results

Sodexo's Rolddy Leyva, VP, Global Diversity & Inclusion, talks about how his company's Diversity Leadership Council sets strategic priorities & performance expectations for D&I at the U.S. regional level and drives accountability for progress.

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02:15 – 10:54: Best Practices for Effective Diversity Councils

11:08 – 15:54: About Sodexo

15:55 – 18:20: Sodexo's D&I Strategy

18:21 – 22:36: Sodexo's Diversity Leadership Council, Structure and Governance

22:37 – 24:10: DLC Meetings

24:11 – 26:45: DLC Drives Accountability

26:46 – 30:26: Role of the Office of Diversity & Inclusion, Engagement with- and Utilization of the DLC

30:27 – 34:36: Summary

35:05 – 44:43: Q&A

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How to be a Good Mentee

Humana's Diane Bailey-Boulet and Latisha Schmitt detail how their organization's mentoring programs prepare mentees to drive the mentor/mentee relationship.

01:15 – Humana Introduction

02:17 – Quick Poll: Do You Have a Mentor Currently?

05:34 – Creating An Engaging Framework

16:27 – Overview of Guidance for Mentees

20:19 – Identifying Your Potential Mentor

21:20 – Be an Effective Mentee

24:08 – Evaluating Progress: How Are We Doing?

25:25 – Wrapping Up the Mentorship

26:50 – Q&A

How to be a Good Mentee.pdf

Career Advice From People With Diverse Abilities

PwC's Rob Rusch and Nielsen's Elizabeth Hogan share their journeys and give advice on how persons with disabilities can leverage their skillsets in the marketplace.

01:36 – Rob Rusch Introduction

02:35 – The Power of Perspective

08:42 – Career Advice

16:27 – Elizabeth Hogan Introduction

22:32 – Nielsen's ADEPT (Abled & Disabled Employee's Partnering Together)

27:00 – Mental Health Awareness

31:52 – Q&A

A How-To Guide on Executive Presence

Melissa Corwin, VP-HR, Diversity & Inclusion at AT&T and Emily Johnson, Director of Learning Strategy and Design Director at JCPenney come together to give a must-see guide on what executive presence is and how to develop and increase it.

00:00:34 – Melissa Corwin introduction

00:02:21 – What is Executive Presence?

00:06:47 – Pillars of Executive Presence; Gravitas, Communication, Appearance

00:28:47 – 3 Action Items

00:31:14 – Emily Johnson

00:34:24 – Being Politically Savvy, The Continuum

00:38:02 – Savvy Skills Pyramid

00:41:31 – Increasing Executive Presence

00:49:30 – Executive Vocabulary

00:55:28 – Ordinary vs. Extraordinary

00:57:34 – Q&A

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ERGs and Inclusion Councils: Can They Coexist?

Executives from JCPenney and Nielsen give insights into how their resource groups and diversity and inclusion councils operate and coexist to help drive results. The strategy, structure and areas of focus for the resource groups and councils are outlined, in addition to success stories.

04:59 – 09:45: JCPenney Introduction and I&D Strategy

09:46 – 11:59: Inclusion & Diversity Business Resource Teams

12:00 – 17:33: BRT Strategies, Areas of Focus, Leadership Roles

17:34 – 19:40: Operations Support

19:41 – 26:02: Success Stories

26:36 – 35:58: Nielsen Introduction and D&I Strategy

35:59 – 37:34: Structure and How Nielsen Drives Diversity

37:35 – 41:20: Nielsen's ERGs, Structure, Focus Areas, Global Footprint

41:21 – 44:02: Nielsen's ENERGIZE Week

44:03 – 45:09: ERGs CONNECTING THE DOTS to align with Nielsen's Mission & Purpose

45:10 – 51:02: Nielsen's Three Diversity Councils

51:53 – 57:00: Q&A

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How to Get Promoted

Gail Johnson, Talent Development executive at AT&T has been at the company for more than 30 years. On this webinar, she shares her wealth of insights and experiences on how to get promoted. Gail covers areas such being competent in your role, getting lateral experiences, being a continuous learner, asking for feedback when you didn't get a promotion and taking calculated risks.

00:22 – 02:09: AT&T and Gail Johnson Introduction

02:10 – 06:38: Making an Impact

06:39 – 09:29: Be a Continuous Leader

09:30 – 11:04: Seek Out Mentors

11:05 – 12:41: Get Involved

12:42 – 17:44: Persevere

17:45 – 37:35: Q&A

Best Practices in Identifying Talent to Lead ERGs

General Motors and Wells Fargo give insights into how they identify talent for critical roles in leading their ERGs.

05:11 – 07:15: GM's ERG Journey

07:16 – 07:44: GM's Values and Behaviors

07:45 – 09:10: How GM Identifies Talent to Lead Its ERGs

09:23 – 13:36: Wells Fargo's D&I Strategy

13:37 – 14:33: Wells Fargo's Team Member Networks

14:34 – 17:40: Matching Leaders to High Impact Development Opportunities

17:41 – 23:02: Leadership Support Framework

23:03 – 29:12: Community & Network Leader Support Site

29:13 – 30:03: Results: Reflections on Personal Experiences

30:04 – 46:05: Q&A

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Cultural Competence for LGBT Pride Month

AT&T and General Motors discuss their internal and external focus on LGBTs and how they celebrate Pride month.

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02:44 – 07:53: AT&T Introduction

07:54 – 10:08: Policies, Programs Drive Diversity, Inclusion, Equality

10:09 – 11:25: Diversity Leadership Strengthens Reputation Across Key Sectors

11:26 – 14:27: A History of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, & Queer Inclusion

14:28 – 19:42: AT&T "Turns Up The Love" for Pride Month and Beyond

19:43 – 22:27: Doing More for LGBTQ Pride Month

22:53 – 23:43: General Motors Introduction

23:44 – 26:26: GM PLUS, GM's LGBTQ ERG

26:27 – 28:15: Mentoring Program Managed By GM PLUS

28:16 – 30:22: Training Through PFLAG

30:23 – 32:38: Internal Policy

32:39 – 34:50: The "Road Show"

34:51 – 37:59: Motor City Pride

38:16 – 55:14: Q&A

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Career Advice on Handling Unconscious Bias

Executives from TD Bank and Monsanto collaborate to help us understand what unconscious bias is, how and why it exists, and how to address it from both an individual and organizational standpoint. The webinar concludes with almost 20 minutes of Q&A.

Kelley Cornish, SVP, Head of US D&I, HR at TD Bank and Damion Jones, PhD., SPHR, Global Director of I&D, Global Talent at Monsanto collaborate to help us understand what unconscious bias is, how and why it exists, and how to address it from both an individual and organizational standpoint.

The webinar concludes with almost 20 minutes of Q&A.

04:32 – 08:08: Business Case for Inclusion
08:09 – 10:33: What is Bias
10:34 – 11:42: Brain Short Cuts
11:43 – 19:12: Bias in the Workplace
19:33 – 30:10: Personally Addressing Bias
30:11 – 36:30: Organizationally Addressing Bias
36:54 – 54:32: Q&A

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The Differences Between Mentoring and Sponsorship

Randy Cobb, Director, Diversity & Inclusion, Southern Company and Matthew Hanzlik, Program Manager, Diversity & Inclusion, Nielsen talk about the differences between mentoring and sponsoring and give insights into how their companies leverage each.

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04:18 – 05:09: Southern Company Introduction

05:09 – 07:12: Career Development and Empowerment

07:12 – 09:43: Who is My Career Manager

09:43 – 15:03: What is a Mentor, What are the Benefits

15:03 – 16:57: What Successful Mentoring Looks Like

16:57 – 21:29: What is a Sponsor, What to Look For in a Sponsor

21:29 – 22:52: Quick Reference on the Differences Between Mentoring and Sponsorship

22:52 – 26:32: Mentoring and Sponsorship Programs at Southern Company

27:05 – 29:50: Nielsen Introduction, Approach to D&I

29:50 – 33:10: How Nielsen Develops and Accelerates Talent

33:10 – 41:09: Nielsen's Diverse Leadership Network, Results

41:09 – 44:31: Nielsen's Senior Leader Sponsorship Program, Results

44:31 – 50:10: Keys to Success

50:10 – 59:12: Q&A

Career Advice for High Potential Women (Part II)

Abbott's Sarah Schmit and GM's Tonya Hallett give career advice on topics ranging from being open to taking on new roles and what to do when you don't get the role you wanted to how to find a mentor and how to manage work/life integration.

    Participants:
  • Sarah Schmit, Divisional Vice President, Human Resources, Abbott
  • Tonya Hallett, HR Executive Director-Global Manufacturing, General Motors

Timestamps:

  • 00:02:38 – Having the Mindset That You Are a High Potential
  • 00:06:20 – Being Open to Taking on New Roles
  • 00:10:08 – What to Do if You Don't Get The Role You Want
  • 00:15:15 – How to Mentor High Potential Women
  • 00:18:24 – Advice for Mentees
  • 00:26:58 – What to Focus on When Looking for a Mentor
  • 00:31:14 – What to Think About When Considering Relocation or a Geographic Change
  • 00:39:42 – How to Manage Work/Life Integration
  • 00:47:14 – Q&A

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