What are the top trends for DEI in 2022, and how do you implement effective, meaningful DEI efforts at your organization?
According to the recent 2022 Ethics & Compliance Program Effectiveness Report, 76% of high-impact E&C programs will be prioritizing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives in the coming year. DEI has been a main topic of conversation among individuals in the workforce and a key dimension of ethical culture.
Tune in to learn about what organizations are currently doing to go beyond the basics and how they are evolving their E&C programs to ultimately cultivate a culture of respect, belonging, and trust.
During the webinar, we will explore:
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Arieana Thompson (moderator)
Ethics & Compliance Advisor
Dr. Arieana Thompson believes in transforming the modern-day workplace through thought-provoking, evidence-based insights.
Arieana is a subject matter expert in executive leadership, succession management, ethics and compliance (E&C), wellness cultures, and employee development. Arieana has experience advising in external and internal capacities and professional speaking. Arieana offers professional and wellness coaching, helping leaders and individuals to harness natural strengths and reduce stress.
As a scientist-practitioner, Arieana actively researches and publishes employee well-being, organizational culture, and leadership thought-pieces in both industry and peer-reviewed academic journals (see links in the "Featured" section below). These publications enable executives to create and sustain values-led, profitable, and creative companies.
Founder and Executive Director
Gene Holloway earned a Master’s degree in Educational Counseling from Ottawa University and is finishing a Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology in May of 2022. Gene has over 15 years of extensive experience with resolving systemic communication issues in higher education, cultural diversity training, tackling diversity, equity, and inclusion issues, and helping organizations with leadership development/management. His experiences and training in I/O psychology over time have sharpened his awareness about the interconnections between organizational culture, employee job satisfaction, employee development, executive/mid-management leadership, and civil service issues.
Senior Director, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Maasha Kah is a global strategist and innovator, motivational speaker, consultant and coach with a B.A. in Economics, M.S. of Education, and over 10 years of management and organizational development experience in equity and inclusion, corporate philanthropy, human resources, and education.
She develops and maintains a broad 10X vision, cultivates excellent relationships, curates and implements relevant analytical metrics, and communicates effectively across the organization to build focused and productive diverse teams through changing business environments.
Dr. Victoria Mattingly
Chief Executive Officer, Workplace Inclusion Scientist-Practitioner, and Organizational Psychologist
Dr. Victoria Mattingly holds a PhD in organizational psychology and has been providing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) and learning & development (L&D) consulting services to businesses and non-profit organizations for over 10 years. She has built and implemented DEI & allyship solutions with companies such as Intel, American Eagle, Dicks Sporting Goods, and Sargent & Lundy. Dr. Mattingly is founder and CEO of Mattingly Solutions, a woman-owned DEI consulting firm. Mattingly Solutions is founded on the belief that DEI is much more than a one-off, HR initiative. DEI done right is embedded in the fabric of a company’s culture, its overall strategy, and considered in every business decision—at all levels of the organization. Most importantly, the purpose of DEI is to help us all be better humans at work. Before starting Mattingly Solutions, Dr. Mattingly worked as an external consultant at Mind Gym and DDI and also worked on Amazon’s talent assessment team building innovative training programs for more inclusive hiring practices.