FREE - Live Webinar: How to be a Corporate Ally to Black Lives Matter


Date and Time

Starts:08/13/2020 12:00 PM

Ends:08/13/2020 1:00 PM

Event Type: Webcast

1 CPD Hour(s)

Location:
Zoom

Price:

HRPA Members:
Complimentary
Non-Members:
$65 + Taxes
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An action-oriented webinar for HR professionals. The session will outline tactical steps for advancing racial equality and supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. This webinar will cover three stages: Educating, Examining, and Engaging, with a specific focus on the way data analytics, metrics and strategic interventions drive meaningful, sustainable progress. The webinar will reference specific examples of corporate internal and external responses to BLM outlining their respective strengths and weaknesses.


Learning Outcomes:
  • Advancing racial equality in the workplace
  • Understanding the data & unique experiences of Black employees (proprietary Diversio insights)
  • Creating a racial equality strategy
  • Short-term internal response
  • Long-term programs, policies and interventions
  • Emulating best practices and avoiding missteps


  • Who Should Attend:

    HR Professionals & Consultants



    Note: Registration closes at 11:00 AM on the day of the webinar at which time the password for this Zoom Webinar will be emailed to all registered individuals.

    Speaker bio(s)
     Anna   Klimbovskaia

    Anna   Klimbovskaia, COO & co-founder

    Anna Klimbovskaia is the COO & co-founder of Diversio, a technology company that leverages data to analyze, improve, and track diversity and inclusion in the workplace. She was formerly Director of Research for the Office of the CEO at the Royal Bank of Canada, where she led RBC’s thought leadership on the Future of Work and developed RBCUpSkill, a digital tool helping Canadians build resiliency in an age of AI and workplace automation. Anna is and Advisor for the Pan-Canadian K-12 Computer Science Education Framework, a joint initiative between Canada Learning Code, Amazon and the Government of Canada.


     Jasmine Ali

    Jasmine Ali

    Jasmine leads Diversio’s research on racial equality. She has researched and produced Diversio’s “Corporate Allyship Toolkit” providing guidance on how Executives can create and communicate an effective racial equality strategy and “Employee Allyship Toolkit” describing how employees can actively support their Black colleagues. Jasmine also recently spoke on the Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub’s panel discussing gaps to financial inclusion faced by Black & Indigenous women. She has experience working in consulting at McKinsey & Company and previously at House of Commons of Canada.