Diversity: Corporate Strategy 

Join us on ​Tuesday, January 26, 2021
​@ 12 PM PST

In today's ever changing Canadian work environment, an organization that wants to succeed at home and abroad must incorporate Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) in its mandate. Studies have shown that a diverse workforce outperforms and makes better choices. Many businesses have good intentions to create policies to accommodate DEI, however, the practical application often tends to be superficial. Today, DEI is one of the most powerful operational tools an organization can utilize and needs to be taken seriously. 

Gobinder Gill is a #1 Best Selling Author on Amazon for "Achieving Prosperity Through Diversity". He trains organizations in the art of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion to bring greater cultural harmony, productivity, and profitability in the workplace. Gobinder has worked in many facets of the media dealing with cultural diversity issues. His experiences cover all facets of radio, television, film and print. 
​He was a researcher and reporter for CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) television, contributed freelance articles for the Vancouver Sun and wrote a weekly syndicated multicultural column for the Metro Valley Newspapers. As a journalist, he has interviewed high profile personalities including The Nobel Peace Prize Winner Mother Teresa. 
​In 2013, he spoke at the TEDx Stanley Park in Vancouver (now on YouTube) Diversity: Evolution of the Unthinkable. As a program director for TEDx Stanley Park in 2015/16, he assisted in selecting and coaching speakers. 
​In addition to appearing in films and television commercials, Gobinder has worked as a Set Dresser on such shows as Dr. Doolittle, Air Buddies and Psych. He was also featured on the front page of the Canadian Immigrant Magazine.
​In 2016, Gobinder was voted as a "World Class Speaker" at the High Impact Speaking event in Ottawa, Ontario. 
​Gobinder's purpose and passion are to motivate and inspire others to embrace our differences and similarities. He teaches his clients to make a shift in their attitudes toward others by approaching them with the recognition that we are all different, gifted and follow different journeys - and that there is much we can learn from each other. 
​And he also urges businesses, CEOs, HR personnel, managers and supervisors to view Diversity in the Workplace as a business opportunity and not as a hindrance. Gobinder holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism from Kwantlen Polytechnic University,Richmond, B.C.


Topics Covered
  • What happens when companies fail to incorporate DEI into their corporate strategy?
  • How to develop a practical strategy to incorporate DEI into a business model?
  • What type of strategies need to be developed?
  • What will be the benefits of such a corporate strategy?
  • How to create bias - free policies.
  • How to successfully lead a multicultural workforce.
  • What are the communication styles of different cultures.

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