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Chapter Meeting & Program: The Business Case for Building a Culture of Respect and Inclusion

Virtual Chapter Meeting & Program

The Business Case for Building a Culture of Respect and Inclusion

Presented by Karen Hinds
Founder/CEO of Workplace Success Group 


Friday, February 25, 2022

8:00 am EST: Welcome
8:10 am - 9:40 am: Interactive Presentation 
9:40 am - 10:00 am: Community Connection

ICF CCEUs: Resource Development 1.5

There is no doubt that we are in unprecedented times. Businesses that excel are responsive to the needs of their clients and employees and, more importantly, they stay ahead of an ever-changing world. We are in an era where building a culture of respect and empathy is no longer optional but is imperative for long-term business success.

As coaches, it is important to consider your client's context and environment as you prepare to help them explore beyond their current thinking. It is also imperative to revisit the how to coach without attachment when this topic is charged with emotion.

Using a data-driven approach, this session will explore how building a long-term sustainable culture of respect and inclusion will help coaches: 

Challenge the role of bias in decision making 
Identify factors that influence current and future patterns of behavior, thinking or emotion
Increase engagement and performance efficiency
Promote innovation and attract talent 
Increase financial performance 
Examine the need to bring a human touch to a bottom-line conversation


Karen Hinds is the Founder/CEO of Workplace Success Group. Karen serves as a trusted advisor to C-Suite executives committed to building talented leaders and inclusive cultures. Karen used her experience in building talent pipelines for financial services companies to launch her company over 20 years ago. Workplace Success Group is a global training and strategic consulting firm.

Karen is the author of 5 books, and her most recent include Get Along, Get Ahead: 101 Courtesies for the New Workplace; Networking for a Better Position and More Profit; and A Young Adult's Guide to the Global Workplace. Karen has been quoted and featured in, and written articles for Black Enterprise, Family Circle, The Boston Globe, The Hartford Business Journal, and The CIM Toronto Manager. Some of her clients include companies like Turner Construction, AVANGRID, Webster Bank, Raytheon, Access Rehab, Post University, and the Girl Scouts Organization to name a few.

Originally from the Caribbean Island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Karen left the island at age 15 with her parents and siblings to pursue educational opportunities in the United States. The transition to a new country, culture, and school made it imperative for Karen to learn how to quickly adapt to change, thrive as an outsider, and build strategic relationships. Karen hosted an international global girl's and women's leadership conference on her native island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. This conference was an opportunity to share her expertise with women from around the world, and at the same time showcase the beauty and culture of her homeland.

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Friday, February 25, 2022, 8:00 AM until 10:00 AM
Virtual Chapter Meeting

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Virtual Chapter Meeting & Program
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Registration cancellations will be accepted until the start of the webinar.
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