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Organizations that embrace diversity open the door to endless possibilities that can drive professional and financial success. However, without inclusion, that door becomes revolving and organizations may find their efforts are seen as “talk” with very little action. In this session, Anthony will discuss inclusion and its impact on an organization’s retention along with higher levels of engagement and civility. Inclusion embraces employees to be their authentic selves while creating environments that are more transparent, effective communication, while having a greater understanding of compassion and empathy, and creating a sense of belonging.
Discuss the importance of inclusion and how it drives professional and financial success.
How Inclusion includes.
Understanding the importance of inclusion is essential for an organizations financial and professional success. In order for diversity to be effective employers need to embrace inclusion, which causes engagement, increases retention, while creating a sense of belonging.
All employers across all industries, Business Owners/Professionals, Company Leaders, Human Resource Professionals, Talent Acquisition/Recruiting Professionals, Managers & Supervisors, Entrepreneurs, etc.
Anthony Paradiso has 15 years of HR leader experience, with an expertise in diversity & inclusion and employee relations. He is the owner & founder of AllThingzAP, where it is his primary purpose for individuals to be their authentic self. Additionally, he works for Industrial U.I. Services. Anthony is very involved, such as the Diversity & Inclusion Director for the Garden State Council-SHRM (GSC-SHRM), the VP of Diversity & Inclusion with the North Jersey-Rockland SHRM Chapter, and the Board of Advisors with the American Conference of Diversity. He has given a number of presentations about employee relations, D&I, inclusion, being your authentic self, unconscious bias and has facilitated workshops surrounding diversity & inclusion that include the privilege walk. Anthony has written a number of articles for SHRM, WorkHuman, Workology, Rezoomo, Achievers, etc. and is the Bergen County Human Relations Commissioner. He has been quoted in HR Magazine, Namely, Bonusly, and more. Finally, Anthony received his BA from Binghamton University, his MS in Human Relations & Business from Amberton University, and is HR Certified.