Level/Audience: HR & D&I 2.0
Presentation by: Nuzhat Jafri
Communication is one of the most important components of a successful diversity and inclusion strategy. But what do diverse and inclusive communications actually look like? There are many examples of organizations that are genuinely trying to be inclusive, but miss the mark with their communications strategies.
Join us to examine the link between diversity and communications where we will examine what inclusive communications look like, and how employers can ensure they aren’t inadvertently communicating in an exclusionary manner.
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