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5 Things Companies Get Wrong About DE&I and How to Get It Right

Wednesday, January 20, 2021 2:00pm - 3:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Lydia Frank, Vice President of Marketing, Chronus

To build and sustain an inclusive workplace culture where all employees have equitable opportunities to thrive, organizations can’t rely on leaving things to chance or the one-and-done approach. In this webcast, we will discuss where even the most well-intentioned organizations can take a wrong turn. Learn how to create a DE&I strategy that establishes measures of accountability, fosters a truly inclusive culture, and exists across all stages of your employee experience.

During this session, you will learn:

  • When and where to seek employee input as you are building your strategy
  • How to set goals that drive the right behaviors for an inclusive organization
  • Initiatives that DO move the needle on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging over the long-term

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Presenter

Lydia Frank
Lydia Frank

Vice President of Marketing, Chronus

As vice president of marketing at Chronus, Lydia Frank uses the art and science of strategic storytelling to showcase the incredible power of mentorship in developing employees, transforming organizational culture from the inside out, and ensuring every employee feels connected to and supported by their organization. Prior to working at Chronus, Lydia served as vice president of corporate and product marketing at PayScale, growing it from a disruptive startup to the market leader in the compensation data and software vertical. Earlier in her career, she led digital content teams at About.com and MSN.

Lydia is a strong advocate for creating more accessible paths to power for women, people of color, and other historically marginalized groups in the labor market and economy. She has been a frequent speaker and media commentator on this topic and has contributed related content to various publications including Harvard Business Review, Money, Fortune, and TechCrunch. Lydia holds a BA in journalism from Central Washington University.


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