“Employees can do the work; they want to know what kind of environment they’ll arrive to.”
– Carissa McCabe, GFM|CenterTable
10% of people are job searching today, and they’re looking for more than a paycheck. Organizations need to communicate and demonstrate their values to prospective employees and current teammates in order to thrive.
Thank you to Sean Choi of FirstBank, Michael Greenlee of Emerge and Carissa McCabe of GFM|CenterTable for sharing their insights and expertise. Thank you to Anna Costello for being our moderator.
To demonstrate your impact, remember that ROI is not just the data; it is the storytelling and personal highlights.
To measure for impact, you must determine the why, your specific goals aligned with business objections and identify the story of your cumulative impact for your communities.
Thank you to Angie Ruddell of Lockheed Martin, Jenna McFarlane of Bellco Credit Union and Paul Kelly of Vail Resorts for sharing their insights and expertise. Thank you to Amy Moynihan for being our moderator.
“No one is on the same Diversity, Equity and Inclusion journey.” – Tasha Jones, LV Jones Consulting
Equity is a crucial consideration to achieving a business’ mission. Diversity, equity and inclusion becomes sustainable when teammates are activated to be champions, and there are opportunities for everyone to get involved. This work is not going away; it is a value add-on to businesses. Through alignment with business goals, there are opportunities like resource groups, updating HR processes, talent strategies and more to mobilize DEI within your organization.
Whether you lead ESG, work with people who do ESG, or champion ESG, it will take all of us to democratize ESG and incorporate it across organizations. As you set goals and vision around ESG focus on what’s important to your organization and what you want it to grow into.
Thank you to Casey Stock, head of ESG and sustainability for Natera, for sharing her insights and expertise. Thank you to Erica McIntire and Bank of America for hosting us. Read More