Eighty percent of organizations have DEIB initiatives underway, but many are struggling to actually achieve meaningful results. Why? Because strategy without execution falls flat. Without the right blueprint, companies are failing to go beyond DEIB tactics and create vibrant, inclusive workplaces.
For these programs to be successful, DEIB has to be woven into the ways we work, where we work, and the tools we work with.
Learn how to implement your DEIB strategies with the right tools. We’ll be joined by HR leaders from Indeed, Lattice, Paradigm, and Grammarly for a lively discussion on how these companies created robust and impactful DEIB programs that drive measurable results.
Heather Gille joined as Grammarly’s Chief People Officer because she understands firsthand the value of improving communications and connections across the workplace. Her focus areas span the employee lifecycle and include everything from recruiting, workplace experiences, and learning and development to HR operations, IT, and real estate.
Susan Laws is an Instructional Designer in DEIB at Indeed where she creates meaningful learning experiences that impact employees’ daily work and lives. Her background in Learning Design & Technology has been valuable across diverse educational landscapes, including higher education and corporate environments. Laws also spent 12 years teaching English and French around the globe!
Maurice Tuiasosopo Bell is leading the IDEA team at Lattice as Senior Director, DEIB and People Analytics. He has extensive experience leading people operations, employee engagement, workplace experience, and various cultural programs across various industries. He is deeply passionate about cultivating culture through a focus on intentionally designed programs, practices, and processes that bring to life a company’s mission and values.
Analia Stratton is a Director on Paradigm’s L&D team. She leads a team of subject matter experts who design engaging, evidence-based DEI content across facilitator-led and online training. She has partnered with high-growth startups, global professional services firms, and Fortune 500 companies to design DEI learning programs with impact.