Building Inclusive Workplace Environments
What if you knew that to keep your job, you could never tell anyone about a huge part of your life? How would it change you, your relationships, your work? On the other hand, what would it be like to know that burden had been taken away?
The Purdue Alumni Club of Southwest Michigan is excited to announce that Dr. Drew Mallory will be presenting an interactive webinar where participants can explore the foundations of creating inclusive workplace environments for everyone--even when specific needs and backgrounds are not known. Participants will be provided the chance to interact with Dr. Mallory live through polls and Q&As and will engage in several exercises to build skills. Participants are encouraged to submit questions they may have on inclusivity or similar subjects in advance of the webinar at Connect@purdueglobal.edu.
Dr. Mallory will address the top queries at the end of the webinar.
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. (EDT)
Register before October 15, 2019
Click to enter the presentation on October 16 at 1 pm EDT
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Dr. Drew B. Mallory is a research psychologist, interventionist, and social worker with applied experience working with nations, organizations, communities, and individuals to drive constructive change. Dr. Mallory holds degrees in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Psychology from the University of Oxford and Purdue University, where he studied using technology to treat depression and the intersection of employees’ identities and their organizations, respectively. He works for KU Leuven, in Belgium.
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