Events

September Membership Meeting

In preparation for the Annual Conference, there WILL NOT be a regular meeting this month.  

INSTEAD

Come Mingle and Network with IndySHRM and the Diversity Roundtable of Central Indiana (DRTCI)

at the Jazz Kitchen

This is a great opportunity to engage with HR & Diversity professionals to share resources and common interests while enjoying some good music, food and fun.

 

                        WHEN: Thursday, September 28, 2017 - 6:00-9:00PM

                        WHERE: Jazz Kitchen - 5377 N. College

                        COST: $10 for IndySHRM and DRTCI Members

                        REGISTER AT: www.IndySHRM.org

                      

 

 

 

Price: $10.00

Date: September 28, 2017

Address:

5377 N. College
Indianapolis, IN Map and Directions

Annual Conference

DRTCI ANNUAL CONFERENCE

"DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION: A CALL TO ACTION

KEYNOTE:  DR. HOWARD ROSS

BREAKOUT SESSIONS - FOCUSED ON ACTION

Connecting With Diverse Communities 

Learn how to understand the norms, values, and culture of a variety of communities and cultures to enhance community relationships, organizational involvement, to engage in advocacy. 

Having Courageous Conversations About Diversity And Inclusion 

Learn how to communicate effectively across cultures including sharing diverse perspectives and enhancing workplace relationships that change organizational culture.

Talent Acquisition - Maintaining A Diverse Workforce 

Learn how not only to recruit underrepresented talent but also how to retain that talent and develop a culturally diverse workforce.

Developing A Strategic Plan For Diversity And Inclusion 

Identify strategies for the development and implementation of a diversity and inclusion plan, including senior leadership buy-in, and work the plan.

JOIN US OCTOBER 4, 2017 FOR AN ACTION CONFERENCE

Visit  http://drtci.org to register

 

HR Credits Available

 

Price: $0.00

Date: October 4, 2017

November Membership Meeting

MARSHAWN WOLLEY, School of Public and Environmental Affairs

Topic of Discussion: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Public Policy during the Trump Presidency - A follow-up

Marshawn Wolley is a faculty member with the School of Public and Environmental Affairs where he teaches courses on public affairs and diversity issues.  In January Marshawn provided insight into potential policy issues under the Trump administration using "The Art of the Deal" written by the then newly elected president.  DRTCI will end the program year by having Marshawn revisit public policy after nearly a year under the Trump administration, identify the impact on diversity and inclusion initiatives, as well as strategies to address advocacy for diversity and inclusion efforts.

 

Please note the new location for our monthly membership meeting. Thanks!

 

Price: $0.00

Date: November 22, 2017

Address:

United Way of Central Indiana
2955 N. Meridian, Suite 300
Indianapolis, IN
46208 Map and Directions

Available Spaces: Unlimited

 
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