We are very pleased to announce the next webinar from our Diversity, Equity & Inclusion series. This time we would like to discuss the topic “Performance Management from the Perspective of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion”. The event will take place on Wednesday, May 5, from 11:00-12:00 CET via Zoom.
- Which measures of success should companies actually apply from the point of view of diversity, equity & inclusion?
- Do the quality criteria for performance possibly have to be completely redefined?
- What other/new measurement criteria for performance and success should be on the agenda?
- And should leaders be tied to KPIs, how diverse or inclusive their teams and business practices are?
Against this background, we have planned a focus on the German-speaking area for the upcoming event in order to discuss how DEI measures can be integrated and established and which more traditional success criteria replace them. On the one hand, it is about linking DEI with business development and, on the other hand, about implementation examples on this topic and drivers for corporate strategy.
Our discussion will be moderated by Katharina Wegera, Executive Director, Head of Frazer Jones Germany and consists of a top-class panel of HR and DEI experts:
- Dr. Theresa Semler, Founder & Managing Director at Semler Company
- Björn Kastl, CHRO & Internal Communications Officer at Mytheresa
- Frauke Bastians, Global Talent Management
Frazer Jones has been committed to diverstiy, equity & inclusion for many years. To this end, we launched a series of events last year to further advance the DEI Agenda in continental Europe.
At the first female leadership event this year, we learned from an outstanding group of inspiring female leaders how companies can provide better support for empowering women in leadership positions and along the way. In particular, the aspect of performance was taken up again and again in this context and discussed from different perspectives. Ana-Cristina Grohnert, Chairwoman of the Diversity Charter, discussed, for example, the question of what makes successful employees and to what extent profitability plays a weighting at the expense of other important factors, such as corporate and management culture. Others brought up the topic of business case diversity in this context, as there are numerous examples in which focusing on a more diverse workforce and a more diverse target group has become an outstanding and measurable success.
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