Program updates are current as of January 18, 2022.
Executive Roundtable Series: How is DEI Going in Your Organization?
Tuesday, September 27th, 2022 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am
Join us for an executive discussion on DEI initiatives. Nikki Evans, Chief Thought Provoker at Ridgeline Coaching, shares her thoughts on diversity and inclusion initiatives and where many organizations are falling short. She’ll then open for discussion on how things are going in your organizations and what ideas, challenges and wins you have regarding these initiatives in your teams and companies.
The Executive Roundtable Series, sponsored by Ridgeline Coaching, offers Executive Members research on a top-of-mind topic for leaders in our industry, followed by an interactive group discussion. The September 27th session is “How is DEI Going in Your Organization?” and will be held from 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. ET.
This session, which will not be recorded, will allow Executive Members to:
- Share real business issues and have real conversations with your peer group
- Take time to think of critical challenges and gain solutions from other leaders in our industry facing similar situations
- Talk to each other in a ‘thought leadership’ virtual environment
Do you have a few extra minutes? Join us for 5-10 minutes prior to our session for an informal networking roundtable.
Stay connected between sessions by staying active with the Reciprocity Ring – a group of women practicing asking for what they need, which builds emotional intelligence. This is a resource available only to those who attend any Executive Roundtable Series session in 2022. Join the Reciprocity Ring on Slack here.
Nikki Evans leads team and one-on-one programs designed to guide attendees to achieve greater results as they hack into their strengths and those of their teams to increase productivity, engagement, and happiness at work. She is a certified professional coach and holds an MBA from Georgia State University.
Top Reasons to Attend:
1.Networking with other Executives of The WICT Network
2.Sharing best practices from peers
3.Accessing deeper insights/research on session topics
4.Providing opportunities to ask for advice and help from peers
5.Brainstorming solutions in a safe environment