Inclusive Growth Leadership is grounded on the premise that in an era of accelerated change and disruption, stronger individual and organizational performance hinges on leaders having the right mindset, focus and skills to drive adaptability, inclusiveness, and growth.
IEDP was delighted to be partnering with Schulich Executive Education Centre at York University, Toronto, to host Brett Richards and Renée Bazile-Jones—experts in adaptive change, equity, diversity and inclusion in organizations—for this insightful webinar.
In this session, leaders explored:
- The critical link between diversity and inclusion, and the development of more adaptive, agile organizations—better positioned to grow and thrive through disruption.
- The benefits to of creating a more inclusive work environment aligned to better fulfill the organization’s purpose, vision, and strategic imperatives.
- A selection of key traits and skills of an inclusive growth leader
About the Speakers
Brett Richards, PhD - Brett is the developer of two leading edge tools (the OGI® and GLI™) that assess the ability of leaders and organizations to grow through innovation and adaptive change. Brett is a Master Trainer in Effective Intelligence®, an international business-based system designed to improve individual and team thinking skills. Over the last 18 years, Brett has developed deep expertise in Emotional Intelligence as a Master EQ coach and practitioner. Brett is a senior faculty member at the Schulich Executive Education Centre at York University and holds a doctorate in Human and Organizational Systems.
Renée Bazile-Jones - Renée is a strategic, results-oriented change leader with a broad scope of business experience; known in both Canada and the United States for her work in diversity and inclusion management, strategic planning, and the management of change. Renée is an expert equity, diversity, and inclusion trainer, with over 30 years of experience working with Fortune 500 companies and public sector organizations.