As a leader who is focused on creating an inclusion environment, you should also recognize how that environment can benefit from you bringing your authentic self to work. This includes
As a leader who is focused on creating an inclusion environment, you should also recognize how that environment can benefit from you bringing your authentic self to work. This includes sharing your thoughts and experiences with your teams to create genuine connections and strong bonds. The six traits or behaviors of Inclusive Leadership, identified by the Harvard Business Review are: Visible Commitment, Humility, Awareness of bias, curiosity about others, cultural intelligence and effective collaboration. During this interactive session, we will explore the best practices for developing and implemented this behaviors to show up as an impactful inclusive leader for your team. I encourage you to bring your questions and examples of business situations where inclusive leadership would be helpful.
About Tanisha Mair, Human Resources Professional :
Tanisha Mair is a Human Resources Professional who works with employees, supervisors and senior leadership to support the implementation of various strategic initiatives including :recruitment and retention, diversity & inclusion and change management. After completing her dual master’s degree in Business Administration and Public Administration, Tanisha was accepted into the Raytheon Technologies (formerly United Technologies) Human Resources Leadership Program, a rotational leadership program that includes three impactful rotations in different functions within HR. After completing her first rotation as a Diversity & Inclusion Specialist, Tanisha is currently serving as a HR Business Partner. Before joining RTX, Tanisha led the operations and data management of several studies as a Research Assistant Consultation Center at Yale.
Three words to describe Tanisha’s leadership philosophy are: Collaboration, Respect and Sustainability. What she is looking forward to most in this session is to engage in a dialogue about the impact of inclusive leadership on organizations especially during the current social climate. She has personal experience with overcoming the challenge of becoming more vulnerable at work and how trusting her colleagues with her genuine ideas and thoughts have led to her personal and professional growth as a leader. Tanisha holds a dual Master’s degree in Business Administration and Public Administration from the University of New Haven. She also holds a dual Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Psychology with a concentration in Mental Health from Southern Connecticut State University.
(Thursday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm New York Time (EST)