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Employers of choice, who have committed to building gender inclusive workplaces, want to successfully consider the needs of their transgender and nonbinary workers. Yet, many struggle with how to measure their engagement, let alone the central question of how many are in the workplace. If you’re interested in learning more about the role you can play to ensure that your organization is accurately measuring and considering the needs of transgender and nonbinary employees, then this webinar is for you. There, you will have the opportunity to learn about who transgender and nonbinary workers are, the challenges they endure on the job, and how you can resolve them by leveraging cutting edge data collection methods. You will leave empowered with important information allowing you to attact the best and brightest talent over the coming years. The topics discussed work particularly well with participants ready to enrich their knowledge, skills and confidence on how to improve workplace experiences for underrepresented and marginalized workers.


  • Clarify what sex, gender identity, binary and nonbinary mean
  • Understand why accurate collection of gender identity improves employee engagement
  • Highlight how these data will help a workplace prepare for the future of work
  • Share strategies on what to do before, during, and after asking demographic questions
  • Identify one immediate action participants can take after this session

Most HR systems still collect gender in a binary fashion, listing employees as either women or men. Yet, we know that a growing number of younger professionals entering the workplace – as many as 30% - identify as a gender beyond the binary. Outdated methods of collecting gender in the workplace erase the experiences and needs of transgender and nonbinary workers. We know that when organizations commit to building gender inclusive organizations, they need data to measure their progress, and yet very few employers know how to accurately measure these employees. Fortunately, demographic questions on how to ask gender identity and gender expression are now being used on federal and state population-based surveys. This session will help HR professionals adapt these data collection methods for their own organizations, and by doing so, they will be better positioned to compete for the next generation of talent.


  • Highlight that we all have a sex and gender identity
  • Understand that transgender & nonbinary people endure challenges in the workplace
  • Robust data on the experiences of transgender & nonbinary people is rare
  • Remind participants that you can’t improve what you don’t measure
  • Review the business case as to why you want to collect gender identity data
  • Build a solid foundation before collecting gender identity data
  • Gain understanding of how to manage personal information with confidence & care
  • Share tips of how to work in collaboration with IT teams
  • Include resources & model questions for quantitative employee engagement surveys & databases

  • Chief HR Officers
  • Chief Diversity Officers
  • Chief IT Officer
  • HR Directors
  • HR Managers
  • HR Professionals
  • In-House Counsel
  • IT Managers
  • EEO Compliance Professionals 
  • Quality Improvement Professionals
  • LGBTQ+ Employee Resource Group Members
     

Rhodes Perry, MPA, is an award-winning social entrepreneur, best-selling author, and keynote speaker. He serves as the CEO of RP Consulting, which helps leaders build belonging at work to achieve industry breakthroughs. His firm offers transformative leadership development, change management, and capacity building solutions for senior executives focused on advancing their organizations’ diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) commitments. Nationally recognized as a LGBTQ+ thought leader, he has two decades of government and nonprofit experience having worked at the White House, PFLAG National, and the City of New York. Media outlets like Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and the Associated Press have featured his powerful work as a (DEI) influencer.

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