Many companies with relatively sophisticated diversity and inclusion (D&I) efforts find themselves without adequate measures of D&I progress. They are “doing” a lot and are seeing some indications of change, but they don’t really know what’s working and what’s not. Or, they are moving forward to inclusion while their scorecards are stuck in a compliance mode. Organizations are often left wondering where D&I can make a difference and how its contribution can best be measured to drive the desired behaviors for success.
By using a new, strategy-driven and more process-oriented approach to D&I metrics, you can engage senior leadership in defining accountability to effectively help drive change.
Join us for an in-depth webinar when Dr. Edward E. Hubbard, Ph.D., president of Hubbard & Hubbard, Inc. will reveal new approaches and specific examples for increasing the scope and effectiveness of measures used for tracking D&I progress.
Dr. Hubbard will explore how to develop a balanced scorecard of meaningful and impactful measures for D&I objectives from the business and HR strategy perspective. You’ll discover approaches for determining what and how to measure, including both quantitative and qualitative, process- and outcome-driven metrics.Learning Objectives
About Your Presenter
- Why diversity and inclusion matters for your organization
- The components of a balanced scorecard approach to diversity and inclusion measurement
- How to differentiate between process/outcomes measures and determine when each is appropriate
- How to assess the comprehensiveness and meaningfulness of the D&I metrics in use in your organization
- Two new approaches to measuring the extent to which D&I is embedded in HR and business processes and its impact
- New measures to consider implementing at your organization
- And much more!
Dr. Edward E. Hubbard, Ph.D.
President and CEO
Hubbard & Hubbard, Inc.
Dr. Edward E. Hubbard has received numerous awards and honors for his work on diversity and inclusion in the workplace. He was an honoree at the Inaugural International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals Legends of Diversity Ceremony in Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, where he received the Legends of Diversity Award for establishing the “Diversity ROI Analytics” and “Diversity Measurement Fields/Disciplines.” The American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) inducted Dr. Hubbard into the prestigious ASTD New Guard for 2003. The July/August 2007 Issue of Profiles in Diversity Journal featured Dr. Hubbard as the “Diversity Pioneer” in Diversity Measurement.
He serves on the Harvard Business Review, Diversity Executive Magazine and Strategic Diversity & Inclusion Management (SDIM) magazine Editorial Advisory Boards. Dr. Hubbard served as Director, Developmental Education and Assistant Professor, African and Afro-American Politics and History, The Ohio State University.
Dr. Hubbard’s corporate experience includes experience in programming and systems analysis, as well as education specialist and trainer. He is an expert in Organizational Behavior, Organizational Analysis, Applied Performance Improvement and ROI Measurement Strategies, Strategic Planning, Diversity Measurement and Analytics, and Strategic Organizational Change Methodologies. He holds a Practitioner Certification and Master Practitioner Certification in Neurolinguistic Programming (NLP), a neuro-science discipline. Dr. Hubbard earned Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees from Ohio State University and earned a Ph.D. with honors in Business Administration.