Diversity, equity and inclusion training is vital to the success of your company, and these crucial conversations are quickly becoming a central focus of human resources departments across the globe. Kings And Queens Of DEI provides an engaging discussion about best practices when designing and implementing your specific strategy.
Join our panel of industry insiders and HR leaders for ways that you can take abstract concepts and turn them into appliable action!
Spend some time with Kings And Queens Of DEI in Dallas, TX on October 10th at the Performance Hall at Dallas College North Lake Campus at 5001 MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75038.
Session 1 – 10:30 AM
Dallas College Staff & Student
This session will address cultural best practices in a higher education setting, helping faculty and staff to inspire positive relationships with students and other employees.
Session 2 – 2:00 PM
HR Business Professionals & C-Suite Leaders – $299
Our afternoon session is tailored to fit the needs of the professional community, helping you to work toward a more inclusive culture. Learn how you can foster an environment that supports DEI values, both in hiring practices and employee engagement.
2:00PM Doors Open – In order to have everyone seated in time, we ask that all guests arrive before this time. We start promptly at 2:15, so be sure that you have found your seats!
2:20 PM Kickoff – Our tour starts with a brief introduction before the speakers in order to have you ready and excited for your DEI discussion.
2:30 PM Expert Presentations – Each of our five industry insiders will present an engaging 15-minute presentation about their specific area of expertise in diversity, equity, inclusion, acceptance, and belonging.
4:00PM Audience Q&A – This session will be followed by a 30-minute Q&A, as well as a meet & greet with our industry experts!
4:30PM Meet & Greet – After the audience Q&A portion, you will have the chance to speak directly to each of the experts in order to learn more about their concepts. Take this opportunity to learn about what they do, and how they might be of value to your organization.
Our courses are approved for 2.5 SHRM PDCs and 2.5 HRCI credit hours for continuing education and certification.