Many organizations have taken on the mandate of building a culture of inclusion and belonging without knowing exactly what that means, what progress looks like, and what work is needed.
The truth is, DE&I is not an initiative; it's a mindset - a mindset that is rooted in Emotional Intelligence. And it is not just something to be rolled out by HR and leadership - every single person has an accountability to build the skills that support this mindset.
On June 23rd, IHHP's Organizational Psychologist, Dr. Cranla Warren, will explore how we can come together to reimagine systems, structures, and cultures in a panel discussion featuring:
Through the power of storytelling, the panel will guide you to challenge traditional company structures and share insights and tools as to how to build a more equitable and inclusive workplace.
After attending the livecast, you will be better equipped to:
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All registrants will receive a copy of the recording.
VP of Leadership Development, IHHP
A lifelong student of human behavior, Dr. 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, organizational systems dynamics, values-based leadership, coaching and employee engagement.
Founder of Urban Consciousness
Rhoda empowers people through holistic psychotherapy and personal growth programs. With over 20 years of corporate leadership experience, her passion for developing leaders was cultivated in client service roles. She is committed to helping leaders connect the dots to their own stories and lead with purpose, both personally, and professionally.
Founder of Project Rescuers
Carrie Elrick specializes in helping organizations develop their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion by addressing the root cause of social inequity. With over 20 years experience working with clients in dozens of industries, her strength lies in understanding how to leverage the nexus between human behaviour and business process to achieve sustainable change.
We help you harness the emotions that stand in the way of building
trust, collaboration, and engagement across the organization. We
function as an extension of your team, ensuring that your people
build the skills of Emotional Intelligence so everyone can perform
at their best even during great challenge and change.
Over the past 20 years, we built a methodology of teaching these skills with life changing results to Olympic and professional athletes, hundreds of blue chip companies, including Goldman Sachs, Intel and IBM and many government agencies, including the US Marines and NASA. We have also, literally, written the book on pressure, with it becoming a NY Times bestseller.