When: 28 February and 7 March - 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. EST
Credits: 2.0 RCH/0.2 CEUs/2.0 CPE Credits
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) are crucial to building global profits, responding effectively to your changing customer requirements, and developing high-performing teams — wherever they are located. Connecting, collaborating, and strategizing across functions and geographies will lead to a global competitive advantage. Creating a D&I initiative starts with recognizing your own biases, embracing diverse thinking styles and innovation, promoting inclusive leadership, and building cross-cultural awareness among your team.
During this two-part virtual course, you will begin to accept that globalization is the new normal, see the benefits of adapting to the changing demographics and workplace dynamics, and start developing a strong business case for a D&I initiative within your organization.
Director of Instructional Design and Learning Development
American Payroll Association (APA) and Global Payroll Management Institute (GPMI)
For the past 20 years, with her background in Learning and Development and Human Resources, Nicole has trained organizational leaders in various industries on topics such as leadership development, project management, and emotional intelligence. With APA and GPMI being the leader in professional development, Nicole has designed and implemented an engaging and interactive Women in Leadership series that is facilitated at APA’s Annual Congress conference—empowering women from all over the globe.
She is a certified DISC behavior consultant, allowing her to administer, interpret, train, and coach on the DISC behavior profile assessments — helping to develop “your best self” in every situation. Nicole is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Charlotte with a Bachelor's of Arts degree in Psychology and received a Master's of Education from the University of Phoenix.