Everyday workplace interactions are what make or break whether employees feel like they are included and belong at your organization. How can you ensure that everyone, from your newest hire through your C-Suite understands their role in DEI so that it permeates the day-to-day decisions, actions and relationships that form the front line of your culture?
In this session, Maureen Berkner Boyt will take a more granular view of change and program design. We’ll cover the neuroscience and power of “inclusion nudges” to drive behavior change, how to shift the responsibility from a top-down approach to living with individual employees, and how to create a rhythm of inclusion.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Why & how inclusion nudges are key to DEI behavior change
- How to embed DEI learning into regular activities and culture
- How to translate your company’s commitment to DEI into everyday actions
About the speaker:
Maureen “Mo” Berkner Boyt | Founder and CEO, The Moxie Exchange
Maureen “Mo” Berkner Boyt is the Founder and CEO of The Moxie Exchange. She’s spent over 30 years helping organizations grow by creating inclusive workplaces where talented people can thrive. She has leveraged the power of technology to build scalable, actionable, measurable inclusion tools, including the first-of-its-kind comprehensive diversity and inclusion app, Everyday Inclusion. Everyday Inclusion was named one of the Top 20 Most Innovative Products of 2020 and has been called, “the future of diversity and inclusion.”
Maureen holds a M.Ed. in Organizational Development from the University of Georgia, and a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She was a finalist for the Colorado Technology Association Entrepreneur of the Year Award, and her Disrupt HR Talk, “Hack Your Biased Brain” is one of the most popular talks of the movement. She’s held leadership positions in several Fortune 500 companies and has advised executive teams at organizations such as Mayo Clinic, Arrow Electronics, USAA and Cisco on their diversity and inclusion strategies. Her daily mantra is “Rock your moxie and do the next right thing.”