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How to Welcome Faith-Oriented Diversity in a Workplace: A Better Way

27 Oct, 2020

Nov. 10th Faith & Belief ERGs Zoom Call

Topic: How to Welcome Faith-Oriented Diversity in a Workplace
Featuring: Kent Johnson, Former Senior Counsel – Texas Instruments; Senior Corporate Advisor – RFBF
Moderator: Paul Lambert, Senior Corporate Trainer – RFBF
When: Nov 10, 2020 – 12:00 noon Eastern Time (11am Central/9am Pacific)

Nov 10 2020 Powerpoint – How to Welcome Faith-oriented Workplace Diversity

A Better Way

Companies are increasingly intrigued or concerned about the growing emphasis on religious diversity at work. Increasingly, company leaders are realizing that, for many employees, it is their faith, more than any other single factor, that defines their core identity. When corporate culture constrains them from referring to their faith at work, they feel devalued, and forced “under cover.” They feel they can’t “be themselves.” They can become alienated from their work.

Yet, many business leaders have no idea how to approach the topic of faith and belief in the workplace. They wonder: What are the best practices in this area? What are pitfalls to avoid? What can/should be done?

We at the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation have been working for years with companies that are trailblazers in religious diversity. We can report that there is a better way. Join us Dec. 10th to learn more!


The Religious Freedom & Business Foundation host a monthly call with Fortune 500 companies in which they share how they’re becoming more faith-and-belief friendly. They are doing this in ways that not only allow each employee to be authentic to his/her own faith, but builds a workplace community where people’s various faiths and beliefs are welcome and viewed as a source of strength.

Previous calls featured insights from IntelAmerican ExpressAmerican AirlinesSalesforceDELL, PayPal and Texas Instruments. You can down load the Oct. 6th TI presentation here.

Authenticity, Transparency and Trust in Business – Kent Johnson from Religious Freedom & Business Foundation on Vimeo.