DEI SELF-FOCUSED SKILL BUILDING (Part 2): Implement Inclusive Recruitment Searches
Virtual - Zoom
Wednesday, November 17, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
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Mountain Standard Time
Are you interested in attracting a broader range of talented employees to your organization? Are you worried that your current recruitment process yields a more homogenous talent pool - limiting the innovation and skill proven to come from more diverse teams? This second session in a three-part series introduces tried-and-true inclusive search practices for every stage of the recruitment funnel that yield results. It provides meaningful knowledge, tangible examples and tools/practices you can begin implementing.
By the end of our time, you will be able to:
(1) Describe the search process using the analogy of a recruitment funnel and outline each of the general phases
(2) Describe inclusion activities/practices to conduct at each phase of the search process to maximize equity in selecting the best talent for the job role
(3) Explain hiring approaches that simultaneously support retention of talented employees whose identity is under-represented in your organization
(4) Understand where you can access some more comprehensive Search Advocates training that builds on this foundation (familiarity by the speaker – NOT an offering by the speaker)
Facilitated by Megan Clough, MS, Director of Learning & Organizational Development at The University of Maine System. Megan has been a DEI practitioner and social justice advocate for the past 25 years. A Human Resources leader formally educated in Cultural Anthropology and Adult Development, Megan has held roles in Equal Opportunity, Talent, Learning, Organizational Development and HR Oversight has achieved renowned certifications that reflect and support her DEI practitioner expertise and skill.