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DEI Series 2 w/ Duquesne University: Building a Solid Cultural and Financial Foundation


When: Thursday, September 16th, 2021; 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

This is the second session of a four-part program that guides small businesses on fostering the necessary behavioral and systemic understanding to drive strategic change in the workplace.

This foundational training will review a DEI framework and traits of the Next Generation Organization (NGO) to drive impact, attract staff, yield financial benefits, and lead to transformation. NGOs are spearheaded by CEOs, managers, and human resource practitioners that are change-makers who encourage differences to breed innovation and result-oriented success.

The training ties DEI to performance, the sustainability and financial viability of the company, and company transformation; while creating social and community impact.

*Participants that complete all four sessions will receive a certificate of completion. 

Diversity management practitioners and human resource leaders will provide a blueprint to strategies in the workplace that include NGO best practices to:
  • Build a solid foundation to drive impact, manage the bottom line, attract quality staff, and the next generation
  • Demonstrate finance and business savviness using DEI strategies to help manage profitability
  • Strengthen the business with a competitive advantage in labor markets
  • Design programs to encourage continuous learning that leads to company transformation
Cost to Register – $20.00/attendee

About the author:
Dr. Danielle Davis, President and CEO of Davis Consulting Solutions (DCS), is an innovative leader in management consulting and community economic development. She is known for her strategic vision for business and workforce solutions, dedication to social impact, and commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). Dr. Davis has experience in planning, developing, and overseeing programs, procedures and policies to increase DBE participation in over $800 million in procurement, services, and construction processes for housing and revitalization projects. Under her leadership, DCS excels with its multi-generational talent management solutions, averaging over 400 prospects per year that either improve their skills, overcome barriers, or access job opportunities. Her experience encompasses work with corporate, governmental, and nonprofit sectors, fostering collaborative growth and performance improvement. With a strong team and network of associates, she is dedicated to achieving higher levels of success for clients.

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