Summit: How Embracing Religious Diversity & Inclusion Strengthens Workplaces
Join us Thursday, Dec. 3rd, 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. Eastern
The Religious Freedom Center of the Freedom Forum and Religious Freedom & Business Foundation invite you to an upcoming summit on the challenges and opportunities facing business leaders with the increasing presence of religious beliefs in a diverse workforce.
In today’s marketplace, companies have uniquely diverse workforces and customer bases more religiously diverse than ever before. Yet 36 percent of American workers have experienced or witnessed faith-based discrimination or non-accommodation in the workplace.
How Embracing Religious Diversity & Inclusion Strengthens Workplaces
This free event will be hosted on the vConferenceOnline platform. The platform is easy to use and you don’t need an account, but you do need to register.
Through experts from the Religious Freedom Center’s Executive Seminars & Training offerings, seminar participants will learn how religious diversity, religious inclusion and religious accommodation fit into business strategy, corporate policy and economic growth. Additionally, participants will receive information about strategies for their businesses to navigate religious freedom in the workplace and learn about the approach to developing a company-wide appreciation for employees’ faith and belief needs.
– Stephanie Vander Zanden, Founder and CEO, The Inclusion Company and former Global Director of Diversity and Inclusion, Schreiber Foods
– Paul Lambert, executive business consultant, Religious Freedom Center;
– Marsie Sweetland, client executive, Equinix, Inc.
– Brian Grim, president, Religious Freedom & Business Foundation (RFBF);
– Kristen Farrington, fellow, Religious Freedom Center;
– Kent Johnson, senior corporate advisor, RFBF; retired senior counsel, Texas Instruments.
This summit is made possible by generous support from: The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations and the Templeton Religion Trust.
All registrants can participate in our free Cultural Diversity survey through the Religious Freedom & Business Foundation’s partnership with Diversity Atlas. You can anonymously complete the 3-minute survey and we’ll reveal the rich diversity make-up of participants at the Dec. 3 event!
We can offer this amazing tool as part of our training programs to assess and monitor diversity within companies and organizations. In addition to standard demographic and diversity categories such as gender, age and veteran status, the tool measures demographics and intersectional data across the four interconnected cultural diversity pillars: Religion & Worldview; Country of Birth; Language; and Ethnicity & Race.
For more information see Diversity Atlas (link)