Reignite Recruiting: 9 Ways to Incorporate Diversity Strategies at Work


Stacey A. Gordon is CEO of Rework Work which provides a 360-degree view to reworking what doesn't work about work. As a diversity consultant with recruiting expertise, she is at the helm of an organization focused on changing the way companies recruit, hire and engage women and professionals of color. Rework Work offers educational workshops, leadership development and recruiting resources to help companies with their ‘pipeline’ problem. Stacey is a member of Forbes Coaching Council and an Advisory Board Member and mentors to UCLA Extension Coding Bootcamp. 

She earned an MBA from Pepperdine University’s Graziadio School of Business & Management, is an Adjunct Professor teaching Diversity in Organizations at Phillips Graduate University, the author of a book titled The Successful Interview: 99 Questions to Ask and Answer (and Some You Shouldn't) as well as three LinkedIn e-learning courses titled Recruiting for Diversity, Awareness of Unconscious Bias and Writing a Resume, which have been viewed more than 500,000 times.

The demographics of the workforce are changing and companies are struggling to keep up with the challenges that can be caused by ignoring this elephant in the room. Are you an employer of choice? If not, why not? From reputation management to recruiting to employee engagement, this workshop will help you identify the many areas in which your decision-making process are unintentionally impacted by bias, as well as ways to increase workforce retention.

Research shows that diversity & inclusion is a competitive advantage and it is especially important to embed diversity into decisions that impact talent management functions. If culture is like a completed puzzle, diversity represents the individual pieces of that puzzle, and the fit is what happens when you bring those dimensions of diversity together. Therefore, diversity recruiting is the process by which you expand your usual and familiar recruiting paths to actively engage and be more open and accepting of candidates who, we may at first glance overlook. 

Learning Objectives

  • Learn ways to review your organization for strengths and areas for growth with respect to attracting diverse candidates 
  • Discuss opportunities to impact the recruitment process by reducing bias in selection and decision-making
  • Strategies for introducing the concept of belonging as a retention strategy that takes into accounts the needs of diverse candidates and aligns with the employer brand 

Who Should Attend

  • Hiring Managers
  • Talent Acquisition Professionals
  • D&I Managers
  • HR Generalists
  • $200.00