Session: Don't get left behind! Inclusiveness strategies you can launch today.
It is a mistake to lag behind your peers and competitors when it comes to building and implementing culture and employee relations practices and behaviors. Company culture affects all parts of your organization from the technology you build, the success of your customers, the happiness of your employees, and the people you attract. Without focus and dedication on building and maintaining it, data shows you’ll earn less profit, you’ll sign-on fewer customers, and you'll struggle to retain and hire top talent.
Building a positive and welcoming company culture should be a focus from day one. It’s not something you delay on employing and launching. Frances Donegan-Ryan, VP People & Culture at Indicio, will share the successful methods and programs she’s developed in her long career working with startups and global enterprises that you can put into place as soon as you get back to the office, as well as mid-range and long-range strategies you can start planning for today.
- Get inclusiveness strategies you can put into practice today.
- Learn about inclusiveness programs you can plan for in the mid to long term growth of your team or company.
- Get inspiration on where to start with DEI.
- Inspire others with your current practices and ideas.
Frances is an expert in her field and a positive and empathetic team leader. She is technically savvy and has strong people and communications skills.
Over the last 18 years she has focused on marketing, people, and DEI with multinationals, NGOs, agencies, and early-stage startups. Her core skills are in culture development, advocacy programs, community building, brand storytelling, search, verifiable data technology, and international business.
She is a co-Founder of Janes of Digital an event where women who work in the search and digital space get the stage. It is a place where all are welcome - including men - to come together an make our industry safe, inclusive and diverse. Janes of Digital is now known as Open Perspectives.