Diversity & Inclusion Conference & Exposition

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(800) 283-7476, option 3 (U.S.)
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Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. ET

Thank you so much for those who attended the 2014 SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference & Exposition in New Orleans, La. on Oct. 13-15! Great conferences are created by the active participation of the people who attend. We are proud to have been able to bring together nearly 600 HR professionals from across the country.

We hope that the conference was a rewarding experience, that the sessions were informative and beneficial, and that you found great resources at the Exposition. The conference was a success, and we couldn’t have done it without our attendees!

Registration for the 2015 Diversity & Inclusion Conference in Boston, Mass. will open this spring! Please check back for more information.

Established in 1993, the SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference & Exposition fosters awareness and appreciation of workplace diversity issues through thought leadership, strategy development, resources, publications and professional development for HR professionals and other business leaders. Making the business case for diversity, helping HR professionals to better articulate its strategic business value, and enabling them to build more diverse and inclusive cultures, are the cornerstones of the initiative.
 
Reasons to Attend: 
  • To make the business case for diversity and inclusion in your organization.
  • To develop a robust diversity and inclusion strategy that aligns with your organization’s business objectives.
  • To create a globally inclusive and culturally competent workforce for the modern workplace.
  • To review measurement and accountability mechanisms for successful diversity and inclusion initiatives.
Topics Covered: 
  • Making the Business Case for workplace diversity and inclusion
  • Developing a robust workplace diversity and inclusion strategy that aligns with your organization's business objectives
  • Creating a globally inclusive and culturally competent workplace
  • Measurement and accountability mechanisms
Who Should Attend: 
  • HR generalists or managers who need to provide measurable results with their workplace diversity programs
  • Senior HR or business leaders tasked with implementing a workplace diversity program
  • Workplace diversity educators seeking the best, most comprehensive information available
  • Directors of workplace diversity who want innovative, forward-thinking strategies