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January Education & Social - The 7 Habits of Inclusive Leaders
Thursday, January 14, 2021
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Top Performing Chapter Award

 

 

MMajorsThe 7 Habits of Inclusive Leaders

Melissa Majors

 

 

 

 


Thursday, January 14, 2021

Chapter Virtual Event

Program Begin:  1:00pm

 

 

 

MPI-Wisconsin Chapter Education & Social

 

 

Register by Thursday, January 7th and receive a $15 DoorDash Delivery Coupon. 

Sponsored by our 2021 Strategic Partners!

 

#MPIWI

Join us Thursday, January 14th for virtual education and networking!   

The business case for inclusion continues to grow, as evidenced through research from the likes of Boston Consulting Group, Harvard Business Review, Catalyst, and the NeuroLeadership Institute. Growth-minded leaders recognize inclusion is more than a moral obligation; it’s a business imperative!

This discussion is for all leaders; leaders of self, people, initiatives, and business.

Interwoven into the program will be great opportunities to discuss, share, meet and just catch up using the Remo platform sponsored by Tri-Marq Communications!

 



Technology Sponsor:

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Agenda

Thursday, January 14

— PM — 
   
1:00

Attendee Lobby - Visit and Network with Remo! 

 

1:30

 

1:45

Welcome and Announcements!

 

Program:   The 7 Habits of Inclusive Leaders with Melissa Majors

 
2:20Break - Visit and Networking 
2:40Program Resumes 
3:20Q & A with Melissa 
3:40 Wrap Up 

 


Event Pricing

Register by Thursday, January 7th and receive a $15 DoorDash Delivery Coupon.   
Sponsored by our 2021 Strategic Partners!

    Member:$45 
    Non-Member:$65 
    Student Member:  $20 
    • Pay it Forward Rate - Contact us if you would like to attend but not able to pay at this time.

    The 7 Habits of Inclusive Leaders

    The business case for inclusion continues to grow, as evidenced through research from the likes of Boston Consulting Group, Harvard Business Review, Catalyst, and the NeuroLeadership Institute. Growth-minded leaders recognize inclusion is more than a moral obligation; it’s a business imperative!

    Translating the research and imperative into actionable tactics is where the difficulty lies. Join Melissa Majors, CEO of Melissa Majors Consulting for a blame-free examination of why one should care, and how to become a more inclusive leader.

    This discussion is for all leaders; leaders of self, people, initiatives, and business.

     

    Learning outcomes:

    1.      Identify and describe the difference between diversity, inclusion, belonging, and equity.
    2.      Gain insight into the habits and tactics used by inclusive leaders.
    3.      Unlock access to social posts, job aides, and toolkits to help build inclusive habits.



    Speaker Bio:

    Melissa Majors, CEO, Melissa Majors Consulting

    MMajorsMelissa Majors, CEO of Melissa Majors Consulting, is an innovator and optimizer of education, inclusion, & leadership strategies. She has dedicated her career to maximizing the business impact associated with these areas of focus. This crowd-pleasing speaker has mastered the art of delivering brain-friendly talks that engage her audiences and spark not just inspiration, but action as well.

    Melissa has been featured in publications such as Forbes Magazine, Smart Meetings, The Meeting Professional, NorthStar Meetings Group's Eventful Podcast, The Event DR, and on the keynote stage at events such as Meeting Professional's International's WEC, The Northwest Event Show, Catalyst Events, HD Vest's CONNECT, and many more. Melissa delivers talks on a variety of subjects associated with leadership, learning, and "blameless" inclusion. She differentiates her content by blending research, neuroscience, purposeful stories, and fun into her talks




     


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