Develop Workplace Diversity and Inclusion Programs Supported by Data and Analytics

Oct 1, 2020 | 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm CT

Companies are recognizing that diverse representation and perspectives are critical to business success. While many organizations are seeking best practices to tackle diversity challenges, one-off initiatives are not the answer.

We believe there are two aspects to achieving workplace diversity, inclusion, and equity: developing smart programs and using data to measure, learn, improve, and hold everyone accountable.

We are excited to partner with the CEO of Kaleidoscope Group, Doug Harris, to bring you a webinar where we will discuss real and actionable diversity and inclusion strategies and how to use data and analytics to ensure their effectiveness.

During this webinar we will discuss:

· How a diverse workforce makes you a stronger organization and one that attracts top talent
· Strategy behind establishing transformational change to become a more inclusive organization.
· How to use your data to measure effectiveness and improve upon the programs you implement around candidate slating, candidate sourcing, employee retention, employee performance, employee advancement, compensation, and succession.

Meet Our Speakers


Doug Harris, CEO, Kaleidoscope Group

For almost 30 years, Doug Harris has impacted the American workplace through his firm’s work in Diversity & Inclusion (D&I). Balancing the practical and the philosophical, Doug has partnered with countless clients to create customized strategies that address the specific diversity needs of each business and their unique company culture, working closely with leaders and executives to champion D&I, to develop commitment and enthusiasm across all employee groups.



Tony Dahlager, Principal Consultant, Analytics8

Tony has an extensive resume of client work across a variety of industries; and his passion for all-things-data shows. Tony’s recent work building cloud-based embedded people analytics tools led to a keen interest in empowering HR leaders to make the best decisions for their organizations in the era of COVID-19.

As a leader and advocate in his community, Tony shares his expertise outside of work too, most recently presenting “How to Have Difficult Conversations” to Masters in Business Analytics students at The University of Wisconsin-Madison.