The Impact of Inclusion:
Six Traits for Leaders to Cultivate Community, Culture, and Competitive Advantage
Kimberly Manns CEO, H3Diversity
11am PT / 2pm ET
Leaders who embrace inclusion and create welcoming work environments not only excel in cultivating a truly Conscious Culture, but they are also able to leverage the unique competitive advantage that diversity in the workplace can provide.
As markets and stakeholder attitudes continue to change, workplaces that prioritize diversity of thought, background, and skill will be more equipped to meet the needs of their communities. Embracing the six traits of an inclusive leader—cognizance, curiosity, cultural intelligence, collaboration, commitment, and courage—ensures companies are bringing new voices to the table and creating opportunities for collaboration, problem solving, and important decision-making.
At this virtual gathering focused on the impact of inclusion, hear Kimberly Manns, CEO of H3 Diversity, break down the six traits of inclusive leadership, share how to create a culture of belonging that starts at the top with Head, Heart, and Hands (H3), and explain how these approaches can strengthen your organization and better support stakeholders.
Kim is CEO of H3Diversity and she is a passionate leader with a talent for supporting organizations in addressing challenges of diversity, equity and inclusion. Her career in diversity, equity and inclusion began over 15 years ago in brand management at Procter and Gamble, where she led multicultural marketing for major company brands. Following her time at Procter and Gamble, she served the Mayor of Baltimore as Deputy Director of Policy and Communications, where she focused on educational and economic disparities. Kim has dedicated her career to bringing diverse stakeholders together to create meaningful change.
Kim is a Certified Professional Diversity Coach, has a certificate in Diversity and Inclusion from Cornell University and is certified in the Fundamentals Interpersonal Relations Orientation Behavior Assessment (FIRO-B). She has a B.A. in Marketing and International Business from Georgetown University and a M.A. in Public Policy from Johns Hopkins University.
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