Inclusive Heroes:
Building a Transformational Culture of Belonging

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Keynote Description

Miguel shares 6 transformational principles that will inspire and equip participants to become Inclusive HEROES. As the nation undergoes dramatic demographic change, leaders still struggle to understand how to reach the goal of increasing inclusion and belonging. So how can we, from any level, facilitate an inclusive workplace culture that allows everyone to thrive? How do we create our way into transformative inclusion and belonging for all? The speaker is a Hispanic Millennial featured at TEDx, Telemundo and the Washington Post. He is the Chief of Diversity and Inclusion of an 80,000 people organization.


This session will identify specific steps and actions you can take to create a workplace culture that values uniqueness, diverse experiences, backgrounds and thinking. You will learn specific steps that can help you facilitate the right workplace interventions to drive engagement, increase performance and create a culture of belonging. 


Through captivating stories and thought-provoking exercises, this session will provide you with the tools needed to facilitate the right workplace interventions to increase employee engagement and performance amid chaos. 


At the heart of Miguel’s message is a simple, yet powerful philosophy for life that drives every thought, every action and ultimately every result we achieve both personally and professionally.

Impact

  1. Apply specific steps and actions to create a workplace culture that allows everyone to thrive.

  2. Facilitate the right workplace interventions to increase employee engagement and performance 

  3. Analyze how one’s identity shapes his or her views, values and perception in the workplace. 

  4. Examine the value of providing a safe environment for everybody in your organization.

  5. Learn to anticipate employee needs, concerns and objections.

  6. Obtain coaching and influencing techniques to increase inclusion

  7. Experiment with behaviors that enhance the use of one’s self as an agent of change

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