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Lunch + Learn - Best Practices to Reduce Gender Bias Inside Your Organization
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 11:30am - 1:00pm
What is Gender Bias and why does it matter in business? The truth is out companies that embrace gender diversity perform better than those that don’t. McKinsey's research consistently finds that gender-diverse companies are 15 percent more likely to outperform companies rated in the bottom quartile of diversity. Learn practical tips on how to begin addressing this issue internally and truly understanding what is at stake.
Lunch + Learn Programs: Lunch is included as part of the registration fee for the Lunch + Learn programs. Food will be served at 11:30am, and the CPE program will begin at 12:00pm. Lunch + Learn programs will be held the third Tuesday, every other month (unless otherwise noted), and are sponsored by the Members in Industry Committee.
SIMULCAST: Can't make it in person? Join us via simulcast.
- Learn why reducing gender bias is good for business.
- Understand gender bias and why it matters.
- Remove invisible barriers of bias to spur innovation.
- Annette Klososky (view bio)
OSCPA members and other accounting staff, specifically those who work in business or industry.
Annette Klososky is the past CEO and co-founder of SurveySaurus, a platform that helps organizations attract and retain the workforce of the future through continuous feedback on company culture and leadership.
Klososky has 20 plus years of experience working to influence change and results within organizations. A successful entrepreneur, organizational development expert and facilitator, she built a peer advisory business in less than a year comprised of members representing companies with more than 40,000 employees and $23 billion in revenue that was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine.
Klososky is known for helping organizations cut through the issues and learn to communicate effectivity within teams. She has an ability to give direct and enlightening feedback to her clients by focusing on strengths of the leader and results for the organization.