Winning the Talent War: Lessons on Intentionality and Best Practices to Attract & Engage Today’s Workforce
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A diverse talent base brings in broader perspectives and challenges to conventional thinking, reducing blind spots, unlocking innovation, and leading to a happier and more productive workforce. In today’s war for talent, words are not enough – intentionality and actual results are the key to attracting the next generation of talent who prioritizes belonging over “fitting in.”
On October 23rd, NAIOP’s IDEA Committee will be hosting a Breakfast Fireside Chat with three senior leaders experienced in driving engagement across the next generation of CRE leaders. Come hear ideas for that you can start doing today to mitigate the barriers to achieving a more inclusive culture that will benefit your organization now and for years to come.
Julie Burdick, Vice President, Tricon Capital
Grant Clark-Crews, Diversity Business Partner/Program Manager - Facebook
Deborah Quok, Co-Founder & Managing Director, SVN | QAV & Associates
Dennis Williams, Managing Director, NorthMarq Capital
Kristina Wollan, Chair, I.D.E.A. Programs Sub-Committee
221 Main Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Registration will close October 21, 2019 12:00pm.