Join us for an IHHP Webinar Panel hosted by Organizational Psychologist, Dr. Cranla Warren, and featuring:
Diversity is a journey. While it starts with building awareness, it eventually must lead to action and ultimately result in real behavior change.
For an organization looking to move beyond awareness and speaking in platitudes, where and how do you get started? What role will Learning and Talent professionals play?
In this webinar, IHHP's Organizational Psychologist, Dr. Cranla Warren, sits down with DE&I leaders at Discover Financial, Khalilah Lyons and Jonita Wilson, to understand their journey in implementing a practical approach to diversity and inclusion.
By watching this webinar, you will learn:
Learn how your organization can make diversity a reality in this thought-provoking and insightful conversation.
Complete the form to be emailed a copy of the replay when available!Meet the Panelists
VP of Leadership Development, IHHP
A lifelong student of human behavior, Dr. Cranla Warren holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology and a post-graduate certificate in professional leadership. As a psychologist, business leader, and former family therapist, Cranla has a wealth of knowledge and experience in health psychology, family and organizational systems dynamics, values-based leadership, coaching, and employee engagement.
Diversity & Inclusion Leader, Discover Financial
Khalilah Lyons is a talent strategist devoted to advocating for underrepresented and untapped talent. Her HR experience ranges from Fortune 500 corporations to digital start-ups. Khalilah aligns her passion to disrupt exclusive narratives and create opportunities for various groups across Chicagoland. She serves as a D&I expert for nonprofits, inspirational keynote speaker, advisory council member, and thought leader.
Chief Diversity Officer, Discover Financial
With more than 20 years as a strategic human resources leader and trusted advisor, Jonita Wilson has a strong history of driving business results. She also volunteers as an elected high school board member and serves on the diversity and equity committee to help create a fair learning environment. She has a passion for impacting ways of working so everyone feels like they have equal opportunity to advance and be successful.
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