As an HR professional, you want to foster a workplace that is inclusive of all kinds of people. And when it comes to event planning, you want to be mindful of the laws regarding inclusion. This webinar will teach HR professionals and event planners how to keep attendees feeling safe, welcome, and included in the event and at the venue. Covering topics ranging from ride share programs to roommate matching considerations, participants will leave the webinar fully aware of the myriad ways to promote inclusiveness and pull off a successful event!
- Develop practical lists of easy, inexpensive things to do to make events, administrative processes, and other elements inclusive for more people.
- Become familiar with members, users, and participants needs that more than likely you haven’t thought about yet.
- Being sensitive to gender, class, development, language access, allergies, sensitivities, while working collaboratively with vendors, facilities, and local, state, and federal mandates.
Through her corporate social responsibility programs, Good Enough Now, Jessica frames even difficult subjects in an engaging and welcoming way. As a professional speaker with over ten years of experience, her expertise earned her the Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association, a designation held by fewer than 800 people world-wide. Whether she provides a motivational keynote, an in-depth workshop, facilitates group interaction, or frames an entire conference as emcee, Jessica brings humor, a high level understanding of adult learning, and an ability to engage participants and encourage them to engage with each other. Through teaching, writing, and facilitating tough conversations, Jessica has figured out how to BE the change she wants to BE.
Credits & Format
This course provides 1.5 General Credit hours
Each lesson is accompanied by a complete note outline plus exercises for immediate practical application.