Thursday, May 27 | 3:00 – 3:45 p.m. E.T.
Does your company have diversity and inclusion (D&I) training in its learning management system (LMS)? As the pandemic persists, organizations are realizing this training needs to be blended with practical real-life experiences. Is there an active D&I committee funneling best practices in your organization? Are resource groups in place where employees can safely express their concerns? More importantly, do your leaders have D&I metrics to measure the success of that training?
These are definitely top priorities for learning leaders in 2021 and should be one of the reasons you join us for this Training Industry L&D Insider Series session. You are in for a treat, as your presenter, Tish McFadden, head of people and culture at Maryland Oncology Hematology, facilitates an eclectic presentation to bring D&I to life within your organization.
This interactive session will provide easy-to-understand insights on:
- Why one-dimensional online training is not the most effective for cultural or social topics.
- Unconventional ways to pair your online D&I training with other blended learning to make D&I come to life in your company’s culture.
- Securing metrics for measuring the success of your blended learning for D&I in order to achieve your organization’s goals.
|Tish McFadden, Head of People and Culture, Maryland Oncology Hematology
Mrs. Tish McFadden is a graduate of Howard University’s School of Business, where she received her Bachelor of Business Administration in management with a minor in hospitality management. Tish also received her Master of Science in human resources (HR) management from the University of Maryland Global Campus and is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR) with the HR Certification Institute. With over 20 years of HR experience, a few of the highlights in her career include completing several hotel acquisitions, creating realistic job previews to trim turnover, working with Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corporation and Anne Arundel Community College to create the pilot practicum for the AHLA Guest Service Gold national certification, and partnering with the Literacy Council of Northern Virginia on Destination Workforce – which received recognition in a congressional record. She also works to grow employee satisfaction, engagement rating, and D&I metrics considerably by being a culture champion and change agent. Spring of 2021, Tish looks forward to maximizing her seat on the George Washington University School of Business Advisory Board. Tish is a highly sought-after HR professional due to her innovative techniques that create an award-winning atmosphere and yield unprecedented results in employee retention rates.