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    How to Use Your HR Data for DEI Solutions

    Date: March 16, 2022, 8:30am
    Free-Members; $10:00-Non Members
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    How to Use Your HR Data for DEI Solutions

    Is your organization asking:

    • "How do we recruit people of color?"
    • "Why can't we get better diversity representation at the leadership level?"
    • "What does an engaged and inclusive workforce look like?"

    Join us to learn how HR data can tell you a meaningful story that leads to DEI solutions.

    Most organizations can gather data on function, title, compensation, attrition, and new hires. But there’s so much more to discover like first promotions, performance reviews, career development, and why certain people move up the ladder faster than others. You can use this to address DEI issues and improve organizational performance and revenue.

    P.S. Not a data geek? Don’t worry. This foundational webinar will focus more on DEI data analysis strategy and less on the tools for data collection.

    About the speakers:

    Anne Loehr is a sought-after author, speaker, executive coach, facilitator, consultant, and founder of who helps leaders move from talk to action. She was recently named #57 in Onalytica’s list of the top 100 DEI influencers for gender equality and diversity around the world. Anne has worked with more than 200 organizations of all sizes to maximize their human capital. She is also a faculty member of the American Management Association and former Entrepreneur in Residence at Cornell University.

    Allan Schweyer is a noted writer, researcher and speaker in the field of human capital management. He has received recognition as among the worlds top 100 HR influencers and top 25 reward and recognition thought leaders. Allan’s books  have sold tens of thousands of copies and his work has been featured in the Economist Magazine, Harvard Working Knowledge, Inc. Magazine, Chief Learning Officer, and numerous academic journals. Allan has spoken at conferences and led workshops on human capital management in 36 states and 42 nations.