make diversity a reality in your organization

Our diversity, equity, and inclusion livecast hosted by Organizational Psychologist, Dr. Cranla Warren, is now available on demand. Learn from the leaders at Discover Financial Services, Khalilah Lyons and Jonita Wilson, about their 2020 DE&I journey and the lessons they learned along the way.

If you missed it live or want to refresh on the powerful insights and recommendations, you can watch the replay  on this page.

We have also included links and downloadable resources that may be helpful to you and your organizations. They can be found below the replay.

Finally, we hope you join us for our upcoming livecast - registration details can be found below the resources on this page.

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Speaker selection was excellent. They were engaging and open with their experiences and learnings. I walked away with some tangible recommendations of education and programs that could be implemented in my workplace.
This was a superb webinar experience. One hour was not enough to listen to the rich experiences and practices that Jonita and Khalilah shared. Cranla was the perfect moderator for the event!
I really appreciated the "case study" approach to DE&I at Discover. I'm embarking on a new role in D&I learning at a new organization with a new D&I focus and strategy, so these were very practical ideas that I can envision.
This was great information to share with others no matter the field of work. Everyone can benefit from the information in their daily life and interactions with others.

Access the Resources

Check out and download key takeaways from the livecast including statistics, references, and recommendations.

7 Acts of Inclusion

Here you can download and print a copy of the 7 acts of inclusive leadership from the Center for Creative Leadership that Cranla outlined in the livecast.

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Statistics and Definitions

Cranla provided an overview of statistics that showed a shift in mindset in 2021. She also provided definitions for diversity, equity, and inclusion. Download and print them here.

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Beginning the Journey

Jonita outlined 3 steps she had to take as a Diversity leader at Discover to begin the organization's journey in DE&I. Download and print here - also includes a link to Discover Financial's diversity plan.

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The 4 E's and Mantras

Khalilah detailed the elements of a DE&I strategy, including some examples and best practices for your organization. She also recommended some mantras to keep in mind. 

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