Join us for INCLUSION 2021, Oct. 25-27 in Austin, TX!
Details on virtual and in-person passes coming soon!

 

A can't miss, virtual experience | October 19-21, 2020
It's about boldly
calling for
positive change
addressing
inequities
creating
lasting impact
Creating better workplaces that truly work for all.

BOLD ACTION. BOLD CHANGE.
CREATE LASTING IMPACT IN THE WORKPLACE

INCLUSION 2020 went beyond traditional diversity, equity and inclusion practices to boldly create a lasting impact in the workforce. Attendees made connections, were inspired, and built a playbook of implementable strategies to transform their workplace culture into on of real inclusion - where all people can thrive.

This year's INCLUSION saw 50 sessions across eight timely content tracks over a three-day virtual event. 1,200 diversity, equity and inclusion leaders met to address the importance of building inclusive workplace cultures and creating collaborative networks.

MEET THE 2020 SPEAKERS

Industry trailblazers challenged INCLUSION 2020 attendees to boldly face their biases and current perspectives. Their energizing dialogue helped increase attendees' organization's value on diverse, equitable and inclusive employee experiences that position their organization for future success.

Meet The 2020 Speakers

EXPLORE 2020 SESSIONS

INCLUSION 2020 encompassed a variety of sessions that were right for every type of attendee. From incorporating DE&I as a critical component of an organization's culture to ensuring that an organization's strategy aligns with its business objectives - #SHRMINCLUSION had our attendees covered.

Explore 2020 Sessions

THE INCLUSION 2020 COMMUNITY

INCLUSION 2020 attendees connected with 1,200 industry leaders and created connections with other attendees who, like them, are direct drivers of a balanced, equal and diverse workforce. The meaningful networking opportunities from INCLUSION 2020 opened doors as attendees grew and celebrated, became inspired and benchmarked on actionable solutions.

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Why Bold Action Is Needed
25%
of Americans don't feel respected and valued at work¹
1 in 5
workers have left a job due to workplace culture¹
33%
of U.S. workers say their workplace discourages discussions of racial justice issues²
13%
of U.S. workplaces have disability-specific inclusion initiatives³

This conference helps me stay in touch with inclusion efforts around the globe, validates what we are doing well, and prompts thinking about how we can improve.

Amy Kennedy
Chair, Diversity and Inclusion Council
East Tennessee Children's Hospital

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Join HR generalists, diversity practitioners, senior managers and recruiters for professional and personal development, networking, and learning at the SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference & Exposition.

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

• HR generalists or managers who need to provide measurable results for their company’s diversity & inclusion (D&I) programs or initiatives.

• Aspiring HR or business leaders tasked with implementing a D&I program or initiative.

• HR professionals responsible for recruiting and retaining a diverse and inclusive workforce.

• Directors of D&I and chief diversity officers seeking innovative, forward-thinking strategies.

 

WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

• To learn how to incorporate D&I as a critical component of your organization’s corporate culture. 

• To ensure that your organization’s D&I strategy aligns with its business objectives.

• To create a globally inclusive and culturally competent workforce for the modern workplace.

• To review measurement and accountability mechanisms for successful D&I initiatives. 

• To exchange ideas and to learn best practices for the ever-changing landscape of D&I.