Strength in Numbers Reframing the Role of Enterprise in Corporate Culture

Event Details

Apr 04, 2019

8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

New York, NY

$99 USD

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For questions about this event, please call 1-800-308-1700

Strength in Numbers is dedicated to exploring the role of collaborative diversity in professional services organizations. Through a series of engaging discussions, faculty and participants will explore the responsibilities  of the enterprise in enabling inclusive organizational change and encouraging greater D&I collaboration amongst its stakeholders.

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Interested parties may inquire at lei@thomsonreuters.com or 1-800-308-1700 for sponsorship and speaking opportunities.

Why You Should Attend

  • As one of the world’s most ethical companies, Thomson Reuters considers this event an honor and ethical obligation to connect passionate advocates with key power brokers from across the profession.
  • Unlike other similarly-themed events, our summit examines diversity through the lens of intersectionality as opposed to singular or discrete silos
  • Attendees are asked to engage peers by sharing their own experiences throughout the day

    Who Should Attend

  • Chief Diversity Officers
  • Human Resources Professionals
  • Managing Partners
  • Chief Strategy Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • General Counsels
  • Executive Directors
  • Event Details

    Thursday, Apr 04

    8:00 AM
    Breakfast & Registration
    9:00 AM
    Opening Remarks
    9:15 AM
    North by Northwest: Is Diversity & Inclusion Truly a Top Down Initiative

    This conference argues that D&I is far more than a “top-down” approach. In order to be truly diverse and inclusive, organizations need middle management (with the support of top executives) to lead the charge and be champions across the enterprise. Our opening session will feature D&I allies who are implementing change from across all spectrums of management.

    10:00 AM
    Deep Impact: Building an Inclusive Customer Experience

    Success for an organization is tied, in large part, to the strength of the relationship it has with its customers – including a thorough understanding of client needs and values. Moreover, truly inclusive organizations recognize the importance of customer input and experience in fostering a progressive culture. This conversation examines pathways for organizations to build trust and a rapport with their clients though formal feedback processes that can accelerate growth.

    11:15 AM
    Break
    11:30 AM
    Band of Brothers: Promoting D&I's Impact Across the Supply Chain

    An organization is rarely comprised of that which it touches within its own walls. Every day, thriving companies rely on a wide swath of external partners and suppliers to run their business successfully. This session explores the wider reach an organization has to help effect D&I change in the marketplace. Our faculty will explore how organizations can influence their network by encouraging business partners to adopt or embrace D&I policies proven to improve profitability and client satisfaction.

    12:30 PM
    Networking Luncheon
    1:45 PM
    A League of Their Own: Reimagining the Impact of Employee Resource Groups

    This session addresses ways in which employee resource groups might best be reimagined for more effective, meaningful impact. Our faculty will consider questions such as: should employers adopt a stronger cross- or intersectional approach to ERGs? Would encouraging the membership of diverse constituents within a differing community’s ERG have a greater impact? Should corporate board members play an active role in ERGs? How are companies tapping into the collective influence of their ERGs to further their D&I reach?

    2:45 PM
    Break
    3:00 PM
    Pay it Forward: Aligning Compensation to D&I Metrics

    Ensuring the effectiveness of diversity and inclusion policies across an organization is no small feat. How can organizations ensure that executives and middle management have more skin in the game when it comes to D&I? Research in this arena points to several key examples of meaningful D&I impact, including the adjustment of corporate fiscal rewards. This session explores how organizations can begin to effect real change by implementing D&I policies built into compensation models.

    4:00 PM
    Closing Remarks

    Accreditation

    Thomson Reuters New York Corporate Offices

    3 Times Square (7th Avenue between 42nd and 43rd St)
    30th Floor
    New York, NY 10036

    This conference is held on the 30th floor of the Thomson Reuters New York corporate offices. Although no hotel room block has been arranged for the program, a number of nearby options are listed below.

    Nearby Hotels

    The Westin New York at Times Square

    866.837.4183

    The Mansfield

    212.277.8700

    Holiday Inn Express Hotel New York City Fifth Avenue

    212.302.9088

    Sofitel New York Hotel - Times Square

    212.354.8844

    The Iroquois New York

    212.840.3080

    Royalton Hotel

    212.869.4400

    Algonquin Hotel

    212.840.6800

    New York's Roosevelt Hotel

    866.530.9379

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