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The Greater Toronto Area is one of the most diverse regions in Canada. But if you want to serve diverse communities, you need to build a diverse and inclusive team. Do you know how to set the tone for inclusion in your organization?
Leading the Conversation is a comprehensive four-month training program for leaders. It offers ideas, tools and resources to help you build a diversity and inclusion strategy and create the conditions for your diverse workforce to succeed.
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2018 program dates and location
- September 14th – full-day in-person workshop
- October 12th – half-day in-person workshop
- November 9th – webinar
- December 7th – full-day in-person workshop
All in-person sessions will take place at the YWCA Toronto, 87 Elm Street, Toronto, ON M5G 0A8
Why choose Leading the Conversation?
This program is for you if you:
- Work in a public sector organization.
- Work in a for-profit or not-for-profit organization that values cross-sector collaboration.
- Are a Senior Leader, responsible for strategy within your organization (e.g., Executive Director, HR Manager, or similar).
Leading the Conversation will help you:
- Find and keep the best diverse talent.
- Develop and implement a diversity and inclusion strategy for your organization.
- Connect with other leaders who are working on similar challenges.
What do previous participants say about Leading the Conversation?
The learning has enforced the need to have a diversity and inclusion lens on all aspects of our work. We all need to feel valued and included – ensuring this is part of our culture will increase our success as an organization.Tracey Macaulay, Participant, 2017
The program was an excellent opportunity to not only learn but also to network with other participants. It helped our organization learn about new approaches we could consider in building a strong, diverse, and inclusive workplace culture.Marcel Badertscher, CHRE, Participant, 2015