Friday, November 18, 202212:00 PM – 1:30 PM CST
Category: IVCA Events
Join IVCA for the fourth in our four-part series on Inclusion in Action: Strategies for Survival: Cultivating Mentors and Allies for SuccessDate: Friday, November 18, 2022Time: 12:00noon – 1:30pmLocation: Michigan II RoomUBS Conference CenterOne North Wacker Drive, 2nd floorChicago, IL 60606Lunch included!
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In spite of how much we have committed to DEI (Diversity Equity Inclusion), how much we have talked about it, and the efforts we have taken to achieve it, the outcomes in today’s workplaces, especially in our industry, do not seem to reflect our intentions. Why are our inputs not resulting in our desired outputs? Are we doing the wrong things? Do we need to give it more time? Should we be doing additional things? Is it primarily up to organizations to affect change or can individual actions make a difference?
Join Dr. Arin Reeves for an open and honest presentation about why diversity efforts in firms aren’t working and practical strategies to create real change as an individual.
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Dr. Arin N. Reeves – Biography
As a researcher, author, and leading advisor to many of America’s top executives, Dr. Arin N. Reeves offers expertise and insights on a wide range of leadership
and workplace culture topics.
Arin is intellectually voracious and committed to exploring diverse, and often contrarian, perspectives in her research and writing. For over 20 years, corporate leaders have turned to Arin to consult on their most formidable challenges, both in the workplace and the court of public opinion.
Arin is a best-selling author of three books: The Next IQ, One Size Never Fits All, and Smarter Than A Lie. Her latest book, In Charge: The Energy Management Guide for Badass Women Who Are Tired of Being Tired, will be released on March 15, 2022.
Arin has designed and led comprehensive research projects on topics including gender equity, generational diversity, LGBTQI diversity, racial/ethnic, diversity, cultural integration, implicit bias, transformational leadership, and working through generational dfferences.
She is the founder and Managing Director of the research and advisory firm Nextions, which specializes in workplace culture change.
Arin began her career as a practicing attorney. She then earned her doctorate in sociology at Northwestern University, where she has served as an Adjunct Professor teaching classes on law and society.