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Is Hybrid Work Setting Back DEI Efforts?

Tuesday, February 8, 2022 11:00am - 12:00pm EST

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Liza Wisner, Senior Curator of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, AXOM Foundry and Megan Ysassi, Associate Curation Specialist, OpenSesame
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The global pandemic has accelerated the adoption of work tools and practices in an unprecedented way. Challenges like the Great Resignation and changes in work practices have likely exacerbated diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts. As we shift toward a more hybrid workplace, the equity-enhancing and equity-reducing aspects of today’s work environment could be complicated and intensified. During this webinar, take a deep dive into five aspects of the hybrid workplace, and unpack the answer to the critical question—is hybrid work setting back DEI efforts?

This interactive webinar will provide easy-to-understand insights on:

  • Who’s spending time working at the office versus at home
  • Who gets to choose when to be in the office
  • Who gets promoted
  • How remote management tactics are used
  • Who is engaged in the workplace

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Presenters

Liza Wisner
Liza Wisner

Senior Curator of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, AXOM Foundry

Liza Njeri Mucheru Wisner has extensive experience working with executive leadership at organizations in the private and public sectors to develop and deliver learning experiences. As the senior curator of diversity, equity, and inclusion, she works with publishers and customers to curate the best DEI content for OpenSesame.


Megan Ysassi
Megan Ysassi

Associate Curation Specialist, OpenSesame

With more than six years of experience as a learning and development professional, Megan Ysassi knows that the success of any organization begins with the willingness to cultivate its people. Megan’s role as a curator is to support organizations around the world throughout their learning journey by creating relevant links between the learner and valuable knowledge across relevant disciplines. Megan’s belief is to lead talent development with a charismatic approach—it has the potential to create indestructible bonds between generations of workforce professionals and, as a result, impact the communities we live in.


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  • OpenSesame

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