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2022 D&I Virtual Learning Series: Cultural Assessment: Evaluate your Progress and Act on your Findings

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2022 D&I Virtual Learning Series: Cultural Assessment: Evaluate your Progress and Act on your Findings

Thursday, December 1, 2022 (8:30 AM - 10:00 AM) (EST)

Description

Continuing the Conversation: Culture Creation  
The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is committed to providing learning opportunities that will assist in building stronger, more inclusive environments. This Virtual Learning Series (VLS) is designed for employers and individuals who are at a turning point in their journey to create equitable workplaces. It is essential learning for anyone who is focused on creating a strong D&I culture. Featuring locally recognized diversity and inclusion experts, each session in this 3-part series builds upon one another to provide strategies you can use in your D&I work. Act on your corporate commitment to D&I by first creating a foundation of inclusivity through understanding and practicing cultural humility. Then, build a framework for a strong corporate culture by encouraging meaningful and critical conversations that will benefit the entire organizational structure. Finally, learn how inspecting your organization through a cultural assessment can empower you to keep the conversation flowing and make informed decisions.

Cultural Assessment: Evaluate your Progress and Act on your Findings #3

Thursday, December 1 | 8:30 to 10am

Presenter: TBD 

 

Learn about the importance of cultural audits/assessment, and how an organizational assessment will help you understand how to bring the newly learned skills from the previous sessions all together. A cultural assessment is an internal process by which organizations can evaluate their overall workplace culture. It can reveal attitudes held by an organization and fostered by those associated with it. With the results from a cultural assessment, leaders can make informed decisions about culture and determine whether any shifts are necessary to strengthen the organization overall.  


The last 30 minutes are Q&A 

Let’s continue learning together! 


Individual Tickets: 
BNP Member : $50 
Non-Members: $100 

Member Corporate Pass: $499 – Unlimited registrants. Email domain must be one company. 

Non-Members: 
Corporate Pass: $699  – Unlimited registrants. Email domain must be one company. 

Event recordings for all BNP events will now be exclusively available on the Member Portal.  Please contact our Member Services Team for assistance - memberservices@thepartnership.org. 

For SHRM HR professionals, this series is valid for a total of  4.5 PDC for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®.  1.5 credit per event

Buffalo Niagara Partnership is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP®. For more information about certification or recertification, please visit www.shrmcertification.org.


Pricing

Individual Tickets: 
BNP Member: $50 
Non-Members: $100 

Series Individual Tickets: 
Member: 3 Event Series:  $99
Member Corporate Pass: $499 – Unlimited registrants. Email domain must be one company.

Non-Members: 
3 Event Series: $220
Corporate Pass: $699  – Unlimited registrants. Email domain must be one company. 



Virtual Event
Event Contact
Charlene Janiga
(716) 541-1770
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Thursday, December 1, 2022 (8:30 AM - 10:00 AM) (EST)
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SHRM Credits

The Buffalo Niagara Partnership has officially been named an authorized Recertification Provider by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). With this certification, participants in our qualified educational trainings and other HR-related programming will now have the opportunity to receive Professional Development Credits (PDCs).

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Did you know: As a Buffalo Niagara Partnership member, you also have access to Hamilton and Greater Niagara Chamber of Commerce events?

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