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New Blog Post - Speaker Highlight: Clinton Bradley

Friday, March 22, 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Samantha Tyler

Spring Conference is just around the corner! Here’s a sneak peek at what to expect from MOSHRM Diversity and Inclusion Director Clinton Shane Bradley’s Spring Conference presentation on understanding how you can avoid making assumptions and learn to become an inclusive employer.


From Bradley’s bio:

“We have the facts and statistics to know that embracing and harnessing Diversity and Inclusion within an organization not only promotes a broad spectrum of talent, but it creates a magnet of employee and candidate engagement. The problem is, we must first humble ourselves as employers and leaders to admit when we are either a talent assuming employer or an inclusive employer. We must start in understanding our own unconscious bias as organization and move forward to embracing the positive outcomes in being fully inclusive.”


His program promises to help HR pros:

·       Understand how assumptions can lead to disruptions, conflict, and talent loss.

·       Embrace everyone’s differences and strengthen your organization.

·       Discover how listening to the stories of others and also sharing your own stories can foster understanding.

·       Set goals to decrease or eliminate unconscious bias, which will increase your organization’s success.


This year’s keynote speaker is Shari Harley, Founder of Candid Culture, a business communication training and keynote speaking firm that seeks to bring effective communication back to the workplace, making it easier to give positive feedback and constructive feedback at work. Other speakers include Randy Mayes, Lyle Foster, Greg Burris, Nancy Conway, Bernie Dana, and Melissa Lloyd.


The Spring Conference is coming up on April 17! Prepare yourself for a full day of presentations on a wide variety of HR related topics. Details and registration here:


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