Engagement Through Collaboration: The Intersections of Asian Americans, LGBT, and Millennials

Diversity Leadership Forum Webinar

Tuesday, April 12, 2016
10:00 A.M. (PST) | 1:00 P.M. (EST)
 
Corporations face a multitude of talent pipeline challenges based on gender, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, and expression. Yet it’s from this diverse pipeline that businesses must develop their leaders. Collaboration is the key to building a strong leadership pool. Executives who have tuned in to their companies’ workforce, and especially their Business Resource Groups [BRGs], are well positioned to collaborate across functions and business units. These tuned-in leaders are poised to leverage differences in order to attract and retain talent, and most of all to engage their employees.
 
Join this web seminar to discover innovative practices for cultivating resilient, agile and culturally adept leaders. Three presenters will demonstrate how they capitalized on intersections between the Asian American, LGBT, and Millennial workforce, demonstrating how a workforce’s differences can be leveraged to deliver a higher level of employee engagement.
 
Attend this live, interactive webinar to learn how to:
  • Discover innovative practices for cultivating resilient, agile and culturally adept leaders
  • Learn how to capitalize on the intersections between the Asian American, LGBT, and Millennial workforce
  • Participate in a discussion on how to leverage workforce differences to deliver employee engagement
 
Moderator: 

 

 
 
 
David Reid
Executive Director, Global Talent Initiatives
Asia Society
 
 
 
Speakers:
 
 
Alisha Kalb
Executive Engineering,
Functional Management
GE Aviation
 
 
 
 
Justin Ruaysamran
Vice President, Corporate Counsel
Asset Management Law
Prudential Financial