Early identification of potential is important to the success of any organization. Inclusive leadership compels bold and courageous Calls to Action* to grow the wealth of hidden talent in leadership pipelines.
Even if your organization has well-developed talent management processes, they may still be susceptible to stereotypical thinking which creeps in during policy implementation.
In this dynamic session you will learn how to identify, measure, and address the hidden challenges in talent management, leadership development, and reward systems to achieve greater gender inclusion.
Please join us for an interactive session conducted by Dr. Anna Marie Valerio in which she will help us to answer the questions:
- What are the challenges and “calls to action” that lead to greater inclusion in leadership pipelines?
- What are the critical behaviors male and female leaders use to foster gender inclusiveness in organizations?
- How may I use my influence and expert knowledge as an I/O Psychology/HR leader to kick-start Inclusion in my organization?
*Based on the Walker Award-winning article, “Wherefore Art Thou All Our Women High-Potentials?” in the People + Strategy Journal, Winter, 2018.
Anna Marie Valerio, Ph.D., is a consultant and executive coach with expertise in women’s leadership and inclusion. Anna Marie has authored two books by Wiley, Developing Women Leaders: A Guide for Men and Women in Organizations and Executive Coaching: A Guide for the HR Professional. Dr. Valerio has held leadership roles in IBM, Verizon, and Sony Electronics, Inc. leading teams in strategic areas such as leadership development, surveys, 360 feedback, and performance management.
President of Executive Leadership Strategies, Dr. Valerio holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from The City University of New York. She has written book chapters and articles for business leaders in Harvard Business Review (hbr.org), HR People + Strategy Journal, Forbes, and other publications. Her email address is email@example.com. For further information about her publications and workshops see her website at www.executiveleadershipstrategies.com.