Using HR Data To Advocate For DEI Solutions
Is your organization asking:
- “How do we recruit people of color?”
- “Why can’t we get better diversity representation at our leadership level?”
- “What does an engaged and inclusive workforce look like?”
Join us to learn how HR data answers these.
Why do we start with data? Because hunches and intuition usually drive consultant and client decisions. Yet hunches and intuition often include conscious and unconscious bias, creating ineffective decisions, whereas data is factual and can help identify decisions based on a root cause analysis.
Unfortunately, human resource organizational data often doesn’t exist in a meaningful way. Gathering data on function, title, compensation, attrition, and new hires is usually achievable. But data that tells a meaningful story, such as first promotion, performance reviews and career development is lacking. And that is a problem because this data answers why certain people move up the ladder faster than others and why it’s hard to get diversity representation at leadership levels.
Join Anne Loehr, SVP of the Center for Human Capital Innovation, and co-founder of the DEI360 assessment, along with fellow DEI360 co-founder, Allan Schweyer on March 24, 2022 at 9:00am EDT to learn:
- What HR data helps solve DEI issues
- How to collect meaningful DEI data
- Tools and tips for DEI data analysis
PS: Not a data geek? Don’t worry. This foundational webinar will focus more on DEI data analysis strategy and less on the tools for data collection.
About the speaker:
Anne Loehr is the co-founder of DEI360 and a sought-after author, executive coach, facilitator, and consultant who helps leaders of large and small organizations successfully move from talk to action. She was recently #57 in Onalytica’s list of the top 100 DEI influencers for gender equality and diversity around the world.
Anne speaks regularly at national conferences and in media interviews. She is also a faculty member of the American Management Association and former Entrepreneur in Residence at Cornell University.
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