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Connecting ERGs During Distanced and Polarized Times
Are you faced with how to engage your ERG members during these socially- distanced modes of working and living? Do you find that the challenges of the current times are adding stress and burden to your ERG members and leaders? This session shares key tips and strategies for fostering community, offering relevant programming, building connections, and supporting your employee resource groups. This session will expose attendees to straightforward processes that enable the engagement of members and leaders for maximum positive impact. Participants will learn best practices from the field, will engage in discussion and idea-sharing, and will receive access to resources that can be utilized at their organizations for immediate next steps in their own ERG strategy.

Learning Outcomes:
-Address current challenges around socially-distanced work & polarized times
-Participate in idea-sharing and learn best practices for creating connections among ERGs
-Gain access to resources that will support ERGs in the workplace

The 2021 Forum Webinar Series is sponsored by the Walton Family Foundation.

Jul 15, 2021 11:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Farzana Nayani
Founder and Principal Consultant @Farzana Nayani, Consulting & Training
Farzana Nayani is a recognized diversity, equity, and inclusion specialist, coach, and international keynote speaker. She has worked with Fortune 500 corporations, public agencies, higher education institutions, school districts, and non-profit organizations as a consultant and trainer on diversity and inclusion, intercultural communication, supplier diversity, and employee engagement. Farzana’s advisory work with ERGs, small business advocacy, and entrepreneurship has taken her to engagements across North America, from the White House to Silicon Valley. Her expertise on global community relations is recognized in her work with institutions like the Smithsonian and the East-West Center. Farzana has been featured in media outlets such as Forbes, DiversityInc, NPR, the Washington Post, and the LA Times. She is based in Los Angeles, CA, with a global upbringing including ties to South and Southeast Asia and Canada. Farzana is also a published author on organizational training and culture.