Morgan will join recently announced speakers Dr. Brené Brown and Andrew Razeghi to share her expertise and knowledge of what drives organizational agility and innovation, especially when it comes to building truly diverse and inclusive cultures and workforces. She has been published in Harvard Business Review and profiled in publications such as Forbes, Fortune, and Fast Company.
Diversity and inclusion is among several critical human capital management topics to be explored at the i4cp 2018 Conference: Next Practices Now (March 26 – 29, 2018 in Scottsdale, Arizona). With dozens of presentations from thought leaders and senior executives, as well as several days of premium networking and collaboration opportunities for the 350 practitioners in attendance, the conference will examine issues ranging from agile leadership to growth strategy practices and more.
Morgan was hired in early 2016 after 10 years at Catalyst, a leading nonprofit for research, advisory, and practices on women in business. In her newly created role, Morgan was tasked with improving diversity at Pinterest, the discovery app people use to design their lives, which has 175M active global users. Like Pinterest, many companies are striving to hire and develop workforces that better represent their diverse customer bases; Morgan will discuss the practices she has found to be successful and the challenges that remain for organizations.
The i4cp 2018 Conference is often ranked among the best HR events of the year due to its exclusive, senior-level networking atmosphere, forward-looking presenters, and vendor-free format. Registration is now open – sign up by September 30 to save $500.