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Wednesday, September 25, 2019
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8:30 - 9:00am - Networking and Coffee
9am - Noon - Workshop
Half-Day Workshop: $90
About this session: In this interactive workshop, participants will explore what bias and microinequities are, how they show up in the workplace and the critical role of managing both in creating an inclusive environment. This session will provide an opportunity for attendees to engage in experiential activities exploring personal bias as well as discussion of scenarios highlighting common types of workplace bias and implications for behaviors, decisions, processes, and practices. Attendees will then learn about hidden messages behind microinequities, ways to respond and the skill to recover the relationship when microinequities occur. Since everyone plays a role in creating an inclusive environment, the participants will be invited to create a personal commitment plan at the end of the session.
Who Should Participate: All staff
About the Presenter: Kelli McMiller, Strategic Engagement Leader and VP of Consulting, The Kaleidoscope Group
Kelli serves as the strategic engagement leader and vice president of consulting at The Kaleidoscope Group, a full-service diversity and inclusion (D&I) consulting firm based in Chicago. In her role, Kelli gives corporations advice on creating a transformative, long-term sustainable D&I journey.
Formerly, Kelli served as Sara Lee’s director of inclusion & diversity for North America. At Sara Lee, she created the foundation for D&I success and continued to partner with business leaders to deliver against goals set for the organization.
Headquartered in Indianapolis at Emmis Communications (a multi-media organization), Kelli was the director of diversity and staffing. There she built and managed the staffing processes, ensured compliance and led recruitment and diversity initiatives for the organization.
Kelli’s work has been highlighted in industry publications, city magazines and recognized in the Indianapolis Mayor’s Diversity Awards. She was named one of 30 Young Leaders of the Future, featured in EBONY Magazine and serves on the advisory board of DePaul University’s Center to Advance Education for Adults.
With a proven record in defining vision, developing strategy and executing action plans that produce sustainable results, Kelli is an invaluable resource to executives. She has a bachelor’s degree in speech communications from Ball State University.
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