Becoming the Exception

We discuss the strategies companies can utilize when diversity and inclusion initiatives are not being implemented.

In This Training You Will Learn...

Key ways on how to be the exception when initiatives fail.

  • Data can help leaders identify patterns in diversity and inclusion gaps and gain self-awareness (e.g., surveys, focus groups).

  • Recognize and support the team that is working towards accomplishing this mission.

  • Learn to aim for behavior change to establish diversity and inclusion in your company.

  • Design training and programs that appeal to the heart of the individuals in your company.

Karen Hinds

Webinar Trainer

Karen Hinds is a leadership and diversity and inclusion expert. She used her experience in building talent pipelines for financial services companies to launch her company over 20 years ago. Workplace Success Group is a strategic, talent development firm that works with organizations to cultivate and retain their next generation of leaders. Through her work with the Caribbean Development Bank and Dods Training from the United Kingdom, Karen has facilitated leadership programs with government leaders from 19 the Caribbean and South American nations.

Maria Keckler

Webinar Trainer

Maria Keckler has dedicated herself to helping leaders and teams communicate with clarity and impact for almost 20 years. A skilled communicator and trusted advisor to executive leaders across the United States, Mexico, and Europe, she is highly esteemed for her ability to offer strategic and practical solutions grounded in research and experience. Maria has a knack for capturing executive voice and transforming communication barriers into opportunities for productive dialogue and collaboration. 

Daniel Reinholz

Webinar Trainer

Dr. Daniel Reinholz has dedicated his career to researching and promoting racial and gender equity in STEM fields. In particular, he focuses on the role of implicit bias in teaching and how data can help educators address biases that arise in their classrooms. To support this work, he co-developed the free, open-source classroom observation tool EQUIP, which provides actionable data to teachers on patterns of equity in their classrooms. Dr. Reinholz has received $5.5 million in grants to fund his work and has over 75 peer-reviewed publications in STEM education. He is an assistant professor of mathematics education at San Diego State University. He received his Ph.D. in mathematics and science education from the University of California, Berkeley. Daniel is also an avid drummer and enjoys playing jazz, punk rock, and heavy metal music.

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