Wi2023 Program


Wednesday, February 22, 2023  

2:35 pm to 3:35 pm

Designing and Implementing a DEI Program for Your Store 608, Level 6, Seattle Convention Center

Employers use diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives to create a more equitable, inclusive, and dynamic workforce. Designing and developing a DEI program involves four main phases:
1) Data collection and analysis to determine the need for change;
2) Strategy design to match business objectives;
3) Implementation;
4) Evaluation and continuing audit of the plan.
This session will be lead by Jason Thompson, author of Diversity and Inclusion Matters: Tactics and Tools to Inspire Equity and Game-Changing Performance (Wiley). Booksellers will leave this session with practical implementation ideas to begin a DEI program for their store.

 

Speakers: Jason Thompson, VP for DE&I at Western Governors University

Handouts
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About ABA

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