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67% of women rate mentorship as critical to advancing their careers and Gen Z ranks mentoring as the 2nd most important benefit after healthcare – yet mentoring, as well as other leadership development approaches, are fundamentally failing women and other under-represented populations. Now more than ever, there’s a need for leadership programs designed to serve the holistic needs of employees and made to be democratically accessible. Join Anna Robinson, former McKinsey partner and CEO & Founder of Ceresa, and Layne Greer, Talent Development guru with 2 decades of experience (at Starbucks, Athleta to name a few), in discussing the critical role of human-centered design in creating transformative leadership and mentoring programs that actually work for diverse employees.
What to expect:
- Understand the root-causes behind why we’re failing to support more diverse leaders.
- Learn from real examples of how human-centered design can transform leadership development, and how this can be applied to today’s uncertain world.
- Take-away practical data and insights on building leadership development programs specifically for diversity that can address changing needs, including proprietary data on the “secret wishes” of diverse rising leaders.