DEI has become an inherent part of organizational culture as we look to build better workforces for the future. Studies have shown that a diverse and inclusive workplace culture promotes employee engagement and productivity, and enables problem-solving and collaboration, while varying perspectives on business challenges creates innovative and positive outcomes.
While many governments have shifted policies and mandates to address DEI issues, implementation isn’t without its challenges. Leaders within the public sector are now discovering and leveraging the value of technology to maximize efforts as they push for more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplaces.
Join this panel of leaders who will share insights, experiences, and best practices on utilizing technology to harness diversity, equity, and inclusion within the public sector.
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How is Technology Enabling a more Diverse, Inclusive, and Equitable Public Sector
- How are leaders and teams leveraging new digital tools to address DEI initiatives?
- What are governments doing to effectively collect and measure DEI efforts?
- Why is GBA+ so vital to government and how are governments using this data to affect change?
- How can technology help eliminate barriers for POC and minority groups within the recruitment and hiring process to ensure equal opportunity?
- How can digital solutions further assist those with disabilities, accessibility issues, or those who are neurodivergent in the workplace?
- What kind of technologies can governments leverage to promote better workplace experiences for all?
Damita R. Brown, Chief Diversity Officer, The City of Columbus
Jackie P. Taylor, US Government and Public Sector Alliance & Ecosystems Leader, EY
Donnebra McClendon, Head of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Ceridian
Moderator: Gianluca Cairo, Vice President, Public Sector Revenue, Enablement & Strategy, Ceridian