Web Seminar: LGBT Cultural Competence With GLSEN, AT&T

July 7, 2014 12:45 pm
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Eliza Byard, Belinda Grant-Anderson, Scott SappersteinEliza Byard, Executive Director, GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian & Straight, Education Network), and Belinda Grant-Anderson, Vice President, Workforce Development & Diversity, and Scott Sapperstein, Executive Director, Public Affairs, both of AT&T, share best practices on creating a safe workplace for LGBT employees. Areas covered include: how to recruit, retain and promote LGBT employees; how to handle employees who are uncomfortable with LGBT people; and how LGBT employees resource groups are used for most business value.

Don’t miss our next Web Seminar, July 22 on Executive Diversity Councils. Hear from two DiversityInc Top 50 companies on starting a council, council structure, CEO involvement, metrics, accountability factors including linking compensation to results, and the role of the chief diversity officer.

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