Amplifying Your DEI Strategies & Humanizing the Experience
John F. Kennedy once said, “If we cannot now end our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity.”
The “Amplifying Your DEI Strategies & Humanizing the Experience” presentation and experience is intended to move organizations beyond the benefits of having a DE & I program to understanding the core of DEI of creating a space, a culture & a structure where all people can be recognized for their value, essence and humanity.
Given the changing dynamics in the “Future of Work”, this presentation is a forward centered approach to help organizations cultivate belonging in order to recruit and retain the best talent.
Dr. Kelvin McCree is a globally recognized thought leader, 6 x author, international speaker on change management, mental agility and cultivating an agile workforce. His work is focused on helping teams to thrive in the midst of disruption. His ground breaking new book "The Pivot: Leading The Future of Work" provides organizations and businesses the trends, trajectories, challenges and opportunities in the changing workforce. Dr. McCree is a well sought after speaker and has shared the speaking stage with Shark Tanks, Damon John and Hall of Fame Speakers, Les Brown and Simon T. Bailey.
Dr. McCree holds a Masters of Executive Leadership and a Doctorate in Strategic Leadership, Certifications in Diversity, Equity &
Inclusion, as well as multiple Advanced Executive Coaching Certifications recognized by the International Coaching Federation.
View Dr. McCree's LinkedIn HERE.
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