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Newsletter

co-editors: Julie O'Mara & Cathy Gallagher-Louisy

design & production editor: Shawndra Cox

presented by:

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for All People Interested in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

*Please share this newsletter and the GDEIB with others. Our goal is to increase its visibility, credibility, and usability. 

Share your news with us for inclusion in a future newsletter!*

NEED AN ACCESSIBLE COPY OF THIS NEWSLETTER?

Contact thecentre@centreforglobalinclusion.org 

and we will send this newsletter to you each month in a Word version without graphics.

Issue: November 2021

WHAT YOU'LL FIND IN THIS NEWSLETTER

Quote by

Cynthia Love EdD

GDEIB Translations

Available Now 

Conflict is at the

Heart of Inclusion

GDEIB Certification –

Should We Count you In? 

Spotlight on

Our Sponsors

Upcoming

GDEIB Launches 

DiversityMBA Healthcare & 

Wellness Summit – Discount 

Religious Diversity in the Workplace

New GDEIB User Tool –

GDEIB Systems Activity

Announcing

Rohini Anand’s Book 

Spotlight on

Our Sponsors

Announcing the GDEIB Co-Branding Opportunity

From Bias to

Behavior Change 

What do You Want

to Know About DEI? 

Coming Soon: 

DEI for Dummies Book

Interview with CB Bowman

on Courageous DEI 

Centre Team

Assisting The Forum 

Business Transformation

Through Social Responsibility

GDEIB Webinar on

December 10 

Exploring a Digital 

Version of the GDEIB 

Free Multicultural

Calendar

“For the past six years, I have used the GDIB to establish a baseline of organizational performance in diversity recruitment, hiring and retention in Higher Education and not for profits. I have used a variety of assessments, but I find that the GDIB is the most reliable.” 


Dr. Cynthia H. Love, EdD

Executive Director

Out for Undergrad (O4U)

New York, NY, USA

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

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NEW GDEIB TRANSLATIONS AVAILABLE!

Spanish is available now – go here!

Also coming, the GDEIB

in Portuguese (very soon)

and French (end of 2021). 

To see the English GDEIB go here.

There will be several more launch events in English, Spanish, Portuguese and French. Go here to stay informed. More launches will be added.

"WE'VE LEARNED WHAT WORKS"

-GDEIB BEST PRACTICES-

ACTIONS TO HELP ACHIEVE THIS GLOBAL DEI BENCHMARK

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CONFLICT IS AT THE HEART OF INCLUSION

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By Diana Pastrana, the Sr. Executive Assistant at the Madison, WI location of Aldevron, a Danaher biotechnology company. Diana is a designee of the Inclusion Institute Certified Diversity Practitioner certification. She can be contacted at diana.pastrana@aldevron.com

Highly diverse teams when managed well perform at a higher rate. The question is “How do you effectively manage diverse teams to improve inclusion and retention?” Managing conflict, not eliminating it, is one great way to fuel innovation on your teams. This will promote contribution, listening to diverse voices, and long-term retention!  

 

  • Check in with yourself.  


How comfortable are you with conflict? Does just the thought of it make you shrink into your chair? Do you thrive in a friendly debate? Have you gotten feedback that you are being too assertive or dominating?  


  • Think about your team. 


In your organization, your family, your friends; how comfortable are you engaging in discord? Each group has its own unique conflict scale. Does your team agree with the first idea offered and run with it? Can you not get anything done because you are too stressed about the constant disagreements or arguments? 

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FROM & ABOUT THE GDEIB & THE CENTRE

CERTIFICATION ON HOW TO USE THE GDEIB —

STILL IN THE PLANNING STAGE  

SHALL WE COUNT YOU IN? 

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We announced in our 2021 GDEIB Launch Event that we were exploring a voluntary certification process. We have finished the needs assessment and are preparing a plan.  It will help us at this stage to let us know if you are interested in certifying one or more people in your organization. As you know, the GDEIB is free and we intend to keep it free—with a big thank you to our sponsors—see below in this newsletter or go to our website and navigate to Sponsors to learn about our 2021 GDEIB sponsors. We are now seeking sponsors for the certification process, but even with sponsors, plans are to charge for the voluntary certification.

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UPCOMING GDEIB LAUNCH EVENTS 

 

Please go to our website here: https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/events/ to see the latest information on the many Launch Events on the new GDEIB presented by Expert Panellists, Users, Sponsors, and others associated with The Centre. Note that some launch events are planned in English, Portuguese, or Spanish. Please check back frequently.

GDEIB CO-BRANDING OPPORTUNITY

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Your logo here!

+ 2 inside pages 

about your DEI program


The Centre is offering all GDEIB users an opportunity to add your organization logo to the front cover of the GDEIB and create two inside pages that will be positioned before the Table of Contents. You may use those two pages to contain a message from your organization or diversity leaders, or a description of your DEI program, or however you see fit.   

 

Please send us a high resolution logo and prepared “camera-ready” copy for the two pages. They will be back-to-back, with the first page appearing on the right side and the second on the left hand side of the page; therefore you cannot create a spread. Cost is $1,000 and we will invoice you. This offer also applies to the Portuguese, Spanish, and French translations – all of which will be ready shortly. Please give us about a week or 10 days from the time we receive your logo and copy for the two pages before we send you your customized GDEIB. Contact: thecenter@centreforglobalinclusion.org.  

NEW GDEIB USER TOOL

GDEIB Systems Activity

Dave Jamieson PhDJulie O’Mara, and Tanya Cruz Teller, designed this activity for a presentation, Whole System Change for Diverse, Equitable, and Inclusive Workplaces, at the ATD (Association for Talent Development) conference in August/September. The activity has three documents to it: Leader Instructions, Participant Handout, and slides. We have a copyright on the activity, but anyone who has signed a User Agreement (or renewed the Permission Agreement) is welcome to use it. 

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Click the link below to see the User Tool:

https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/The-Centre/gdeib-systems-activity/

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SEEKING SUPPORT

TO DRIVE THE FUTURE OF DEI

Join the incredible momentum the GDEIB — the Global Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Benchmarks — is creating for improving the quality of DEI work around the globe.


Go here https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/sponsorship/

to see our sponsorship brochure with several offerings:


  • Platinum Sponsor at $45,000
  • Diamond Sponsor at $35,000
  • Gold Sponsor at $25,000


Or help us with these projects:

  • Creating a DEI Research Agenda 
  • Our webinar series
  • Educational videos, slides, infographics, handouts, and presentations
  • Increasing accessibility of our website and tools
  • Social & traditional media support
  • Your Ideas
  • Loaned executives & other support services


We are open to discussing any amount. 


Any questions? Contact us at: thecenter@centreforglobalinclusion.org

FROM & ABOUT EXPERT PANELLISTS & ALLIANCES

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DIVERSITY MBA VIRTUAL NATIONAL INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP HEALTHCARE & WELLNESS SUMMIT 

 

Reimagine the Future: 

Health Equity Redefined 

November 11, 2021 

7:30am to 4:30pm CST  

 

GDEIB Expert Panellist, Pamela A. McElvane, CEO of Diversity MBA, which is one of The Centre’s Alliances, has graciously offered 5 complimentary conference registrations to readers of this newsletter. To take advantage of this offer, email: thecentre@centreforglobalinclusion.org. First come, first served. 

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LEARN ABOUT RELIGIOUS DIVERSITY IN THE WORKPLACE ON NOVEMBER 8TH

The Forum on Workplace Inclusion, a GDEIB sponsor and Alliance of The Centre for Global Inclusion, presents the upcoming Professional Development Lab entitled: “Engaging Religious Diversity in the Workplace: Building Your Interfaith Strategy and Skillset.” 

 

In this 4-hour workshop, participants will: 

 

  • Learn why engaging religious diversity matters in the workplace,  
  • Identify concrete skills to engage religious diversity and enhance workplace culture, and 
  • Create a customized action plan for how to engage religious diversity productively in your workplace. 

 

This Professional Development Lab counts as two Continuing Education Units for both SHRM and HRCI.   

 

Date: Monday, November 8, 2021 

Time: 12:00 to 4:00 pm CST 

Cost: $95.00 USD 

Level: Intermediate 

 

For more information and to register, please go to this link:  https://web.cvent.com/event/d34b939a-b708-4329-997a-a4f32f037aaf/summary 

ANNOUNCING ROHINI ANAND’S BOOK:

Leading Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: 

A guide for Systemic Change in Multinational Organizations

Pre-Orders are open for Dr. Rohini Anand’s Book: Leading Global, Equity, and Inclusion, published by Berrett-Koehler. Go here www.rohinianand.com. Please order from Berrett-Koehler, an Alliance of The Centre for Global Inclusion. 

 

Dr. Anand is a member of The Centre’s Global Inclusion Council. Go here for her bio: https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/The-Centre/rohini-anand-phd/. 


****SAVE THE DATE****

Webinar with Dr. Rohini Anand

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2 December, 2021 for a webinar discussion with Dr. Anand, moderated by GDEIB Expert Panellist Tanya Cruz Teller. We will communicate the time and the link to register soon. 

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Go here to read a summary of the book, an outline of the contents, and information about Rohini Anand. 

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FROM BIAS TO BEHAVIOUR CHANGE: 

HOW DO WE MOVE FORWARD

WITH UNCONSCIOUS BIAS TRAINING?

Article by: Jo Faragher. This article originally appeared on LinkedIn. It is re-printed with permission from d&i Leaders, an Alliance of The Centre for Global Inclusion located in the UK.  

Last December, the civil service announced it would scrap unconscious bias training for employees, claiming there was no evidence that it changed attitudes. The government had commissioned a report from its Behavioural Insights Team that had concluded the training did not change behaviour in the long term or improve workplace equality. Less than six months on from the death of George Floyd, equality campaigners and D&I specialists alike were shocked, with one union rep asking “so what are you going to replace it with?” 

 

Government departments are not the only employers to have questioned unconscious bias training – it’s notoriously difficult to measure how effective it has been as bias is highly subjective, and some have even claimed it makes inequality worse because groups feel pitted against each other. The issue often is, however, that biases that may have been building up for decades are impossibly hard to unpack with a short training session or e-learning course. “Many employees won’t have received information about what unconscious bias is, and training is not always fit for purpose,” explains Stuart Flint, president of Scaled Insights, which produces BiasProof, a programme that individuals and employers can use to identify biases. “They don’t necessarily know how their biases impact their day-to-day work, their behaviours and the organization’s processes.” 

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CENTRE TEAM ASSISTING THE FORUM ON WORKPLACE INCLUSION INCORPORATING GDEIB AND GLOBAL PROGRAMMING

The Centre for Global Inclusion will be working with the Forum on Workplace Inclusion regarding integrating the GDEIB and global focus with Forum programing. 


More later on this exciting and meaningful venture. Committee members representing The Centre, are: 

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Lynda White,

Centre BOD Chair, and consultant, McLeod White & Associates, Montréal, 

Quebec, Canada.

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Deepa Agarwal,

GDEIB Expert Panellist, Chief Inclusion Officer, RE-Link Consulting, Mumbai, India

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Jinny Son,

GDEIB Expert Panellist, Head of HR, Hilti Global Offshore Segment, Klepp, Norway

 Save the date – April 5 to 7, 2022

for the Forum on Workplace Inclusion virtual conference.

WHAT DO YOU WANT

TO KNOW ABOUT DEI?

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At The Centre for Global Inclusion, we are always striving to be an educational hub for our readers and GDEIB users.  

   

We are launching a new initiative to survey our readers on current DEI trends and will share the results of our survey in subsequent newsletters.   

 

Do you have a question you’d like to ask our DEI newsletter audience? 

 

Please send your suggested questions to: thecentre@centreforglobalinclusion.org 

Subject line: “Survey Questions for the Newsletter.”   

COMING SOON: DEI FOR DUMMIES BY GDEIB EXPERT PANELLIST,

DR. SHIRLEY DAVIS

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In the forthcoming book, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion For Dummies, global workforce expert, and three-time Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Dr. Shirley Davis unveils her extensive collection of real-world experiences, stories, case studies, checklists, assessments, tips, and strategies that will give you a deeper understanding of the business impact of DEI and how your role as a leader can contribute to your company's long term success. 

You'll learn:

 

• The fundamentals of DEI and how it drives business performance and impact 

• How to conduct comprehensive DEI organizational assessments to identify systemic and institutional inequities 

• Tactics and strategies for having necessary but difficult conversations, and how to make them impactful 

• Skills and competencies that every leader needs in order to effectively lead the new generation of workers 

• How to operationalize DEI across your organization, measure its impact, and sustain it long term 

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LEARN MORE ABOUT COURAGEOUS DEI: INTERVIEW WITH CB BOWMAN

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Methods of Leaders is an online leadership education platform taught by the world’s top leadership educators, coaches, and thought leaders.  Recently, Methods of Leaders interviewed CB Bowman, GDEIB Alliance partner, about Leadership and DEI.  

 

CB Bowman is the CEO of the Association of Corporate Executive Coaches and the CEO of Workplace Equity and Equality an organization dedicated to sup[porting organizations in moving from commitment to action in advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion. And CB was recently added to the Thinkers50 list. Thinkers50 is the world’s most reliable resource for identifying, ranking, and sharing the leading management ideas of our age. Go here to see the entire list:

https://thinkers50.com


 

Some key takeaways from this interview:  

 

• What modern-day leaders lack in the DEI space is courage.  

• Compassion and the willingness to understand what is preventing them from facing their fears and concerns.   

• Other challenges include a lack of compassion and that leaders seem to want a quick fix for DEI and there is no quick fix.

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BUSINESS TRANSFORMATION

THROUGH SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

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Abacus is one of the leading business transformation service providers in Pakistan. During 2021, it won a Pakistan Top 10 Inclusive Companies Award by demonstrating excellence in 5 categories of the GDEIB including Vision, Leadership, Recruitment, Communication, and Social Responsibility.  

 

Two of the factors that contributed to Abacus being recognized with a Pakistan Top 10 Inclusive Companies Award are:

 

D&I Communications are vitally important to Abacus. The D&I communications role is seen as twofold: 

  1. Giving each individual and diverse group an equal voice and a sense of belonging to Abacus, and  
  2. Informing, educating, and supporting all employees to embrace an inclusive frame of mind in every aspect of their career.  

 

Social Responsibility. Abacus is a company that considers the interests of society by taking responsibility for the impact of its activities on customers, suppliers, employees, communities, and other stakeholders.  

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O’MARA AND BROWN

FEATURED SPEAKERS ON THE

GDEIB AT VIRTUAL CONFERENCE

DECEMBER 10, 2021

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Julie O’Mara, GDEIB Coauthor,

The Centre for Global Inclusion

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Joel A. Davis Brown, Esq., PCC,

Pneumos LLC

9:00am to 10:30am CST

Friday, December 10, 2021


Cecilia Stanton Adams and Malissa Adams will host this event. As organizations expand their DEI strategy, many have critical questions:

  • How does an organization know if its DEI strategies will show results in today’s sometimes contentious multicultural climate? 
  • How should systemic racism and other issues be addressed? 
  • What does "success" look like?
  • How can progress be measured?
  • Why do DEI measurement and standards matter?


Introducing the 4th Edition of the Global Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Benchmarks (GDEIB), published by The Centre for Global Inclusion! The GDEIB leverages the knowledge and experience from 112 experts from organizations of all sizes, types, industries, sectors, and world regions to provide 275 benchmarks in 15 categories to help organizations categorize and measure progress in their DEI efforts. 


On December 10th, GDEIB Expert Panellist Joel Brown, and coauthor Julie O'Mara will join Stanton Adams and the Diversity Institute to present the newest GDEIB edition, and discuss benefits of implementing this strategy as a part of every DEI program.


The event will take place via Zoom from 9-10:30am CST and includes:

  • The business case for measurements and standardards in the DEI industry
  • An overview of the history of the GDEIB, including its development and research-backed strategy 
  • A complete overview about what's new in the 4th edition of the GDEIB
  • Case studies from organizations who have used the GDEIB to transform their DEI strategy 
  • Q+A 


For additional information and to register, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/revolutionizing-your-dei-strategy-a-new-tool-to-measure-your-impact-tickets-180259068727

EXPLORING A DIGITAL VERSION

OF THE GDEIB

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By Alan Richter, The Centre Lead on Digitizing the GDEIB, coauthor of the GDEIB, Treasurer of The Centre for Global Inclusion, and president, QED Consulting, New York, NY, USA 

The Centre is exploring producing a digital version of the GDEIB.  With everything going digital and virtual it is time to consider a non-paper or non-pdf version of the GDEIB. We have set up an Advisory Committee to begin to explore options. 

 

The easiest option is to simply keep the current version as is and put it into a software app that allows an organization to track aggregate scores but also add a demographic component up front so that data can be sliced by gender, level, tenure, and so forth. This will provide great internal data for an organization.  

 

However, there is also an impetus, perhaps more with the corporate sector, to be able to compare with external organizations. For external benchmarking we would have to use aggregate data only, and if scores are at levels 4 or 5 we would likely have to verify those scores with supporting data.  

 

The Centre is not in the audit business but finding a partner may be suitable for that process. Regardless, we will need a software partner for the digital platform. We are also considering a “slimmed down” version of the GDEIB digitally available – but that would be phase two. That would be for the general workforce who would likely balk at assessing 275 benchmarks. More on that to come. 

 

As you know, the GDEIB  is free and we intend to keep it free (in pdf format), however, a digital version would likely require licenses to work, and this too is being explored. Any digital project will need Board approval. We hope in 2022 to announce updates on this exciting project.  We are interested in your thoughts, ideas, and questions. You can contact me at alan.richter@centreforglobalinclusion.org

SPOTLIGHT ON OUR SPONSORS

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CGL CONSULTING 



CGL Consulting helps organizations develop a strategic focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and anti-racism. Founder and President, Cathy Gallagher-Louisy, is a GDEIB Expert Panellist with over 16 years’ experience specializing in diversity, equity, inclusion, accessibility, and sustainability/corporate social responsibility. CGL Consulting works extensively with leadership teams, human resources teams, and organizational diversity councils/committees to deliver customized solutions that help organizations progress in their diversity, equity, and inclusion journey. CGL Consulting provides a range of learning and coaching services including unconscious bias, anti-racism, inclusive leadership, and cultural competence development among other topics. Additionally, CGL Consulting is a trusted partner in providing assessment, measurement, and strategic planning services as well as ad hoc advisory services. CGL Consulting has pledged to donate 10% of revenues generated from consulting work using the GDEIB to The Centre for Global Inclusion.

www.cglconsulting.ca

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Citi 


Citi, the leading global bank, has approximately 200 million customer accounts and does business in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Citi provides consumers, corporations, governments and institutions with a broad range of financial products and services, including consumer banking and credit, corporate and investment banking, securities brokerage, transaction services, and wealth management. 


Additional information may be found at: www.citigroup.com | Twitter: @Citi |

YouTube: www.youtube.com/citi | Blog: http://blog.citigroup.com 

Facebook: www.facebook.com/citi | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/citi

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VILLE DE MONTRÉAL


Montréal is the largest French-speaking city in America and is distinguished by its exceptional cultural vitality and internationally recognized creative forces. With the goal of providing Montrealers with a pleasant and prosperous place to live, our city remains attentive to the changing needs of its population and adapts on an ongoing basis. To do so, it relies on the skills and expertise of its 28,000 employees who serve 1.8 million citizens. As the biggest employer in the metropolitan area, our city’s goal is to reflect the diversity of the people of Montréal in its workforce. Montréal draws on the talents of employees of different genders, ages, backgrounds, cultures and experience. Our Equal Access to Employment Program aims at ensuring a fair and equitable hiring process to all applicants. In 2020, Montréal was awarded the 2020 Platinum Equality Certification by the Women in Governance organization. This certification aims to recognize the efforts of organizations around gender equality and diversity in the workplace at all levels and categories of employment. In 2021, Montréal will implement a new DEI strategy inspired by the GDEIB.

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THE CENTRE & GDEIB ALLIANCES

Go to www.centreforgobalinclusion.org and navigate to 

About, then Alliances to see all of The Centre’s Alliances.

The Centre is grateful for its Alliances as they help spread the word about us. If your organization mission is in alignment with The Center Mission—to serve as a resource for research and education for organizations and individuals in their quest to improve diversity, equity, and inclusion practices around the world—and if you want to form an Allianceplease send an email to thecentre@centreforglobalinclusion.org and ask for the criteria for being an Alliance.

THANK YOU TO OUR DIAMOND, 

PLATINUM, GOLD & SILVER LEVEL SPONSORS

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VIEW ALL SPONSORS & THEIR DESCRIPTIONS

TOOLS

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FREE

Multicultural Calendar 

GDEIB Expert Panellist Barbara Deane (http://centreforglobalinclusion.org/The-Centre/barbara-deane/offers a monthly multicultural calendar via Diversity Central.

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GDEIB EXPERT PANELLISTS

Our 112 GDEIB Expert Panellists are the thinkers and contributors behind the GDEIB. They have contributed to the development of our latest editions, guide us in preparing for the next update, and serve as strategic partners. This month we feature these four:

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Mellener Coelho

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Barbara Deane

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Toni Wilson

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Fo Niemi

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UPCOMING EDUCATIONAL EVENTS BY OUR ALLIANCES OR OUR EXPERT PANELLISTS 

OR WHERE THE GDEIB IS INCLUDED

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The Centre for Global Inclusion

GDEIB Launch Events 

Multiple Sessions 

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Engaging Religious Diversity in the Workplace: Building Your Interfaith Strategy and Skillset Workshop 

November 8, 2021 

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Reimagine the Future: 

Health Equity Redefined 

November 11, 2021 

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The Centre for Global Inclusion 

with Rohini Anand

December 2, 2021 


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Revolutionizing your DEI Strategy: A New Tool to Measure your Impact 

December 10, 2021 

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The Forum on 

Workplace Inclusion 

April 5-7, 2022 

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

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Help Design Post-Pandemic

Business Travel Checklist

https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/help-design-post-pandemic-business-travel-checklist/

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GDEIB Approaches

Activity – An “Ah ha”

https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/gdeib-approaches-activity-an-ah-ha/

PUBLIC EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES OFFERED BY EXPERT PANELLISTS & ALLIANCES

Listed here are programs offered by GDEIB Expert Panelists and Alliances. Many are offered numerous times on an ongoing basis. While these courses may not be specifically about the GDIB, the content will be helpful in achieving many of the GDIB benchmarks. If you are an Expert Panelist or Alliance and offer programs open to the public, please let us know and we will list here.

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U.N. EDITORIAL STYLE

Because we are a global organization, from now on The Centre for Global Inclusion will follow the editorial guidelines for English published by the UN. Go here Spelling - United Nations Editorial Manual Online (dgacm.org)

<http://dd.dgacm.org/editorialmanual/ed-guidelines/style/spelling.htm

These guidelines mix American and British spelling. 

OFFERING SUPPORT

If you want to use the GDEIB in conference presentations, blogs, articles, chapters and so forth, we will support by providing slides, handouts, and ideas. Go to our site and explore. We’ve put a lot of effort into providing these resources. Please help by adding to what we offer.

DON'T FORGET!

SEND US YOUR NEWS 

SO THAT WE CAN FEATURE YOU

in upcoming editions of the GDEIB Newsletter


We are always looking for stories of organizations around the world that are making strides in diversity, equity, and inclusion, and/or organizations that have achieved GDEIB benchmarks. You don’t have to be at the Best Practice level on every benchmark to be featured. We like stories that describe how an organization achieved ONE of the benchmarks. To submit a story, please contact us: https://centreforglobalinclusion.org/contact/

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