During the PRSA Connect2020 Conference, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be giving his session, “Why Understanding Safety, Belonging and Inclusion are basic to a Strong Communications Strategy.” This will be an insightful program for communicators to help them better understand D&I for their initiatives.
At this year’s ATD 2020 Conference, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be giving his session, “The Unclusion Equation: How Power Dynamics Impact the Talent Lifecycle,” on May 17. This session will uncover the intersections of sociology, psychology, and neuroscience to allow for real action in your workplace.
On May 28, our own Naveen Mehta will be delivering the opening keynote at the Canadian Legal & Legislative Update in Nashville. Called “Moving Beyond the Echo Chamber: Building Diversity Into Boards and Governance,” Naveen will cover topics like typical bright spots and blind spots that exist on boards professing a more narrow view of “good governance;” how contemporary boards must be inclusive and diverse to be effective; how board members can be proactively engaged in how they operate internally and with each other and stakeholders; and beyond.
For the 2020 Forum on Workplace Inclusion, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be presenting his session “When Passion is Not Enough: Understanding the Science to Belonging, Inclusion and Growth.” This 3-hour session will be an in-depth look into why science and metrics must be at the centre of Diversity & Inclusion efforts within organizations.
As part of the Advancing “WE” in Policing 2020 Workshop, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be doing a 3-hour deep-dive session on February 20 into why the Diversity Intelligence™ is a game changer. He will move away from simplistic approaches to “diversity as difference,” to help participants understand how D&I, when done well, can help embed meaningful, self-sustaining culture change in Police Services.
Diversity and inclusion matters. And not just to your company’s bottom line. When we make our workplaces more diverse, inclusive, and empathetic, we’re not only fuelling innovation and productivity, we’re helping make work more meaningful and connected. Dr. Leeno Karumanchery joins three other panelists for an insightful webinar hosted by Bananatag.
Taking place on February 8, 2020, our own Naveen Mehta will be speaking at the FACL Ontario 13th Annual Conference and Gala. Naveen will be speaking on the panel “Voices of Change: How to be an Ally to Racialized Women in Law” discussing the barriers racialized women face and how they can make their voices heard.
On January 31, 2020, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be speaking at Leadership Durham for their Diversity & Inclusion day. Participants of the session will gain a thorough understanding of diversity in today’s world. They will understand how to utilize Diversity Intelligence™ to respect, appreciate and value the differences of others.
We were very pleased to sponsor the “Catalyst: Women in Tech” event on January 15th, co-hosted by Quill Inc and Willful. This invite-only breakfast is geared toward non-engineering women in tech, and was an amazing opportunity for attendees to share their experiences and expand their networks.
At the 51st annual conference in San Francisco, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be delivering a session, “From Unconscious Bias to Harassment – How Microaggressions Are Changing the Workplace Landscape.” In this session, he will focus on how unconscious bias can lead to workplace discrimination, how to best understand microagressions and how they can lead harassment, and how to drive productive cultures and mitigate workplace harassment.
Our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be speaking at this year’s SAAS North conference, taking place in Ottawa at the Shaw Centre in November. His session, “Scaling Culture Through Conversations: A Guide to Building Strong Remote & Dispersed Teams,” is coming up on November 27, 2019.
On November 21, our own Dr. Leeno Karumanchery will be giving a talk as part of the TEDxOshawaED event. We are thrilled to have him speaking at this forum focused on issues of equity and marginalization, and how they might intersect with technology and what the future of education might look like.
Taking place in Ottawa, our own Chief Legal Officer Naveen Mehta gavea keynote speech at this year’s OSPE EDI Imperative, focused on changing the profile of STEAM in Canada. This talk took place during the conference on November 6, 2019.
A one-day conference on October 15, 2019, this year’s theme revolved around “digital transformation,” with content tracks focused on emerging technologies, cloud strategy and adoption, and leadership transformation. Dr. Leeno Karumanchery presented his talk, “Bringing D&I into your DNA: How Measuring Inclusion Drives Results Across the Talent Cycle,” which touches on the MESH Diversity Intelligence™ Platform as a tool that actually allows leaders to measure inclusion with real data and metrics.
In September, MESH/diversity was invited to present at a private event in Washington, D.C., put on by The Conference Board. This event was for their Global chapter. It provided an exciting opportunity for us to share the progress we’ve made in the Diversity & Inclusion field with a group that has a global reach.
In August, MESH/diversity was invited to speak with a group at ICTAM for their #EqualityEquationWpg event. During his session, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery spoke on the importance of how power dynamics play a role in the way people interact in their workplace culture. He also shared insights on some best practices for designing an effective D&I strategy, including a follow-up webinar with attendees to go further in-depth.
Alongside other companies working in Information & Communications Technology, MESH/diversity presented at the 2019 Atlantic Venture Forum in Halifax, June 27. We enjoyed sharing the innovative work we have been doing in the Diversity & Inclusion field and how it incorporates technology to make inclusion a metric that matters for your organization.
Dr. Leeno Karumanchery delivered his speech, “When Passion is Not Enough: Understanding the Science of Belonging, Inclusion and Growth,” at the ATD 2019 International Conference & Exposition in Washington, D.C.. He touched on his groundbreaking Diversity Intelligence approach to speak on the importance of metrics when it comes to effective D&I strategy.
Heading to Phoenix, Dr. Leeno Karumanchery delivered his talk, “Better Communication Through Diversity Intelligence,” an eye-opening session aimed toward communicators. Understanding the connections that runs between “Diversity” and “Emotional Intelligence” is key to how we build better communications between diverse people in our organizations.
Culture is integral to whether an organization can effectively attract, hire, develop and retain top talent. Recognizing D&I as a vital piece of the puzzle, forward thinking leaders are doing everything they can to drive the change, and in spite of the effort, results remain quite hit and miss. In his talk, “What if we could actually measure inclusion?” Dr. Leeno Karumanchery tackled this problem at the Inclusion19 event in Zurich in April.
MESH/diversity empowers D&I professionals with the strategic support, tools, metrics and data needed to drive the success of their programs across your organization.