arik Conrad, EdD, SPHR, SHRM-CSP, NACD.DC is a sought-after speaker on many of the most important business leadership topics of today, such as employee health and wellness, the future of work, emotional intelligence, and workplace diversity, equity, inclusion & belonging (DEI&B). In 2021, Dr. Conrad was recognized as one of the world's top "people practitioners" in the annual HRD Global 100, as well as a top 100 HR Influencer by Engagedly. He is the author of the bestselling books, "The Fragile Mind: How it Has Produced and Unwittingly Perpetrates America's Tragic Disparities" And "In Search of Humanity."
Dr. Conrad is the Vice President of the Human Insights and Human Capital Management Advisory team at UKG. Prior to UKG, led a consulting and keynote speaking practice and held HR leadership roles in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors. He also taught HR Management and Labor Relations at Jacksonville University, as well as Presentation Skills at the University of North Florida.
Dr. Conrad served as a President's selection for the board of the National Speakers Association (NSA) and was the President and Founder of the group's Jacksonville, Florida chapter.
|Humans can be incredibly kind, but our evolutionary wiring can also lead to extraordinary cruelty. Human rights abuses, the rise of nationalism, the emergence of hate, chronic disparities based on race, age, sex, religion, and sexual orientation are occurring across the globe. The way we live and the way we work is unsustainable. Corporate social responsibility must take on a new meaning if we have any hope to move society to be fairer, more just, and more human.
In this presentation, you will learn to:
- How human resources professionals will be the drivers of DEI&B efforts
- Discover the importance of understanding and appreciating diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (DEI&B).
- Learn how businesses can integrate corporate social responsibility into their HR framework.
|Format: Live Online - Zoom Webinar
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