Level/Audience: HR & D&I 2.0
Presentation by: Deanna Matzanke
Traditionally, successful diversity and inclusion strategies have support from the top of the house, and see a great deal of energy and push from the grass roots. Where many organizations run into trouble is with the “frozen middle” – mid-level managers who, if they aren’t bought in to the diversity conversation, can be significant barriers to success.
In this webinar, we will examine what motivates the “frozen middle” and provide tips and tricks with how to get them engaged, and part of the diversity and inclusion journey.
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