What you will learn:

Employee Resource Groups... ERGs for short! What are they really? Why do we need them? How can I launch them at my company or organization? In this course Dayna unpacks the 5 W’s (who, what, when, where, why) and provides a step-by-step guide to standing up ERGs. She’ll show you how to gain support for building communities of affinity strengthened by allies and champions. Whether your organization has an established Diversity and Inclusion game plan, or efforts are in the early stages - creating a culture of Belonging through affinity groups is a guaranteed way to take inclusion to the next level. Register for this Elective today and learn how!

About the instructor:

Dayna Wade is a dynamic thought leader in the world of learning, inclusion, and personal development. After receiving her BA in Mass Media Communication, she went on to study education and earned her Master of Science in Education from Brooklyn College. As a self-proclaimed “educator first,” Dayna leads with her passion for lifelong learning. She began her career as a music teacher at PS327 in NYC, and continued to promote learning as a professor at The George Washington University School of Business and the Shanghai International Studies University. Dayna has also directed learning and development and led inclusion programs. Her forward thinking methodology and thought-provoking workshops are Dayna's passions. In her current role, she leads Employee Resource Group initiatives, develops opportunities for inclusive engagement, and facilitates learning. Born and raised in the California bay area, she enjoys travel that's off the beaten path, days at the beach, and dancing like everyone is watching!
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