We’re Number 1! Leading an Efficient and Productive Organization:
A Strategic Approach to Creating an Inclusive and Empowering Work Environment to Attract and Engage Top Performers
An organization’s leadership can use The Strategic Workplace Diversity Management Plan to maximize its diversity value proposition by creating an inclusive and sustainable culture and work environment that attracts, engages and retains top talent and high performers. During this program, we will explore how Diversity & Inclusion impacts an organization’s strategic plan with regard to Human Capital attracting top talent, engagement, development, retention and succession planning.
Program Objectives Include:
Understand the on-going changes occurring in the workplace that drive the business case for the diversity value proposition and how organizations can embrace inclusion to gain a competitive edge.
Learn why inclusive management is critical for leaders at all levels in an organization to achieve and maintain high levels of performance and profitability, and why and how HR must be able to communicate, support and model the competencies that support employee engagement and retain top talent.
Learn the value of building and strengthening relationships with minority stakeholders and other organizations, by generating diverse and competitive network and sourcing opportunities.
About the Presenter:
Shannon Lands is a member of the 2013 HR Florida State Council’s Executive Committee and serves as the Vice President. She is currently in her fourth year on the Executive Committee, having served two years as the Treasurer and one year as the Secretary. She was also a Council District Director for two years serving the Pensacola and Ft. Walton Beach chapters in the Florida Panhandle. She was the 2005 President of the Greater Pensacola Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management and served on the Board of that chapter for six years. Shannon is a past Board Member of the United Way of Escambia County, serving as the Funds Distribution Co-Chair, Funds Distribution Chair, and as a member of the HR Committee.
Shannon is a Human Resources Generalist with over 20 years of experience in HR management and payroll. She focuses most of her time in Client Consulting, Recruiting, Human Capital Management and Development, Salary and Benefits Administration and Employee Relations. For the past 14 years, Shannon has had the privilege of being the Human Resources Manager at Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund, a large regional public accounting and consulting firm headquartered in Pensacola, with 3 other offices located throughout Florida. Shannon earned her Bachelor of Arts in Accounting and her MBA at the University of West Florida. She is a Certified Management Accountant (CMA) and a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).