Date & Time:
11:30 am – 1:00 pm
The “war for talent” is pervasive, with even top companies fighting to attract and retain talent in a competitive labor environment.
At the same time, executives in every industry are expressing a desire for a diverse and inclusive workplace, with hiring and retaining women existing as just one pillar in many I&D strategies. However, the data shows that this goal may be difficult for employers: nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out of the labor force in the past year alone (February 2021).
The war for talent simply cannot be won without a focused effort from organizations to recruit, engage, and develop women in the workplace.
We invite you to join us for a discussion on creating an environment that is desirable to women employees: flexible, connected, and professionally and personally fulfilling. We will focus on the stories of strategies that allow women to confidently remain in the workforce and provide a strong impact for clients, community, industry, and, ultimately, one another.
THIS PROGRAM WILL ADDRESS:
- Identifying and removing barriers to retaining women in your organization
- Creating a culture of engagement
- Developing leaders
- Action steps to keep women in the workplace
Our featured panelists will share their experiences both personally and within their workplace.
Beth Dettman, Chief Financial Officer, M3 Insurance
Tyler Gudex, Executive Director, Eastcastle Place
Judy Gray, Chief Human Resources Officer, State Collection Service, Inc.
Kris Best, Chief Financial Officer, BVK
Jen Pino-Gallagher, Director of Food & Agribusiness, M3 Insurance
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Leaders and decision-makers who are working to keep women in the workplace and at the table
- Advocates for advancing women in the workplace
JOIN US FOR THIS SEMINAR:
September 30, 2021
Sharon Lynn Wilson Center for the Arts
The Daub Studio Theater
3270 Mitchell Park Drive
Check-In: 11:15 am – 11:30 am
Lunch: 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Program: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm