Host: Burt Rea, managing director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programming’s impact on employee experience has reached an inflection point. How can organizations build greater trust in their DEI platforms in a historic talent market? We’ll discuss:
- What recent research reveals about employee expectations of and trust in their organizations’ DEI program
- Benefits of building employees’ trust in a DEI program and potentially serious bottom-line impacts of losing that trust
- Practical considerations for building effective DEI programs, including demonstrating both competence and intent, considering everyone’s role in program execution, and collaborating at every stage
Meet the speakers
As a principal in Deloitte Consulting LLP and the national leader of Deloitte’s Client Service practice, Christina Brodzik brings more than 20 years of experience to the human capital space. She has worked across multiple industries to design and build DEI functions, provide coaching and support for new chief DEI officers, and develop multiyear DEI strategies. She is also a certified facilitator for Deloitte’s Inclusive Leadership Experience, Inclusion Strategy, and Chief DEI Officer Transition Labs.
Darren Gest is a partner in Deloitte’s Human Capital practice, and a market leader specializing in organizational and workforce transformation. Darren is actively engaged with our largest and most complex retail and consumer products clients. He routinely advises business executives on topics spanning the future of work, talent and capability building, DE&I strategy, organizational design, and digital adoption. He frequently speaks and publishes on a broad range of human capital issues relevant to the consumer space, such as the evolution of talent within food and beverage organizations, pay equity, enterprise operating model design and technology-driven change, and workforce management. Darren serves on the board of directors for Chicago’s Green City Market and is an Open for Good mentor for the James Beard Foundation.
|Co-author of the Power of Trust|
|Research Associate at the Harvard Business School|
|Shalene Gupta is the co-author of the Power of Trust, and a research associate at Harvard Business School. In the past she was a reporter for Fortune where she wrote about the intersection of diversity and tech. Her work has appeared in several publications including The Atlantic, Harvard Business Review, and ESPN. She is a former Fulbright Scholar.|