Diversity Isn't Enough. You Must Inspire Inclusion and Belonging

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Diversity Isn't Enough. You Must Inspire Inclusion and Belonging

Speakers: Shaara Roman, MBA; Jenny Herrera, CPA, CGMA

  • Format

    Video

  • Duration

    50m

If you are a leader, this is a must-attend session to empower you to build and lead an inclusive culture.

Learning outcomes

  • Understand the difference between diversity, inclusion, belonging and equity
  • Assess where you are in the diversity and inclusion life cycle
  • Recognize the importance of diversity and inclusion in a successful talent strategy
  • Identify key metrics to measure diversity, inclusion and belonging

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Product information

Overview

We often talk about the business case for diversity. But what about the moral case? Don't we want to work in organizations that allow everyone to flourish? Diversity is just the first step in creating organizations of purpose that will thrive today and in the future. Simply posting good diversity numbers doesn't mean that your team or organization is inclusive, and that people feel like they belong. If you are a leader, this is a must-attend session to empower you to build and lead an inclusive culture. Hear about how a Partner has navigated thorny diversity issues to build a successful career and support/mentor those entering the profession.

Professional development

All learning resources available in the CGMA Store qualify for CPD for CIMA members.

Prerequisites:3-5 Years in the Profession
Duration:50m
Format:Video
Access:This is a digital product. You will have access to the content for a year after purchase date.

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£35.00 (CIMA members only)

£45.00

VAT calculated on checkout

Speakers

  • Shaara Roman, MBA

    Shaara Roman is a board member, former CHRO, entrepreneur, speaker and CEO of a boutique management and culture consulting firm, The Silverene Group. Drawing on her global perspective, Shaara and her team help bring an organization's aspirational culture to life to holistically strengthen a company's trajectory. Shaara often speaks on the role of company culture in driving employee and business success. Prior to starting her business, she held leadership and executive level roles at CGI, Fannie Mae, NRECA and VISA. She received an MBA from Georgetown University and sits on two non-profit boards. She lives in Arlington with her husband and two teenagers, enjoys the theater, travel, soccer, football, and time with friends and family.

  • Jenny Herrera, CPA, CGMA

    Jenny Herrera is a partner at Citrin Cooperman's Not-for-Profit industry practice. Based in the DC Metro office, she has more than 30 years of experience in public accounting. Jenny's service experience includes financial statement audits, internal and operational controls, and a wide variety of consulting and management advisory services for nonprofit clients, including those with grant funding and requirements of the uniform grant guidance and global operations. She serves on the AICPA Governing Council and has served as the President of the Greater Washington Society of CPAs and AICPA's NCDI.