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ISDIP Co-Sponsors 4th GOLD Symposium in Tokyo
ISDIP, the first global comprehensive association for the diversity and inclusion field, spanning all industries and sectors, will co-sponsor GOLD's “Turning Strategy into Action Though 3Cs: Creativity, Collaboration and Connection” on 10/28.
To be held at the Tokyo American Club Japan on Friday, October, 28, 2011, this collaborative Japan/U.S. initiative will bring together influential global leaders who will share their insights into business advantages gained through the execution of the Diversity & Inclusion strategy and to offer the “3C” skills required to be successful 21st-century innovative leaders. Turning Strategy into Action Through 3Cs follows first three previously successful symposia held in Los Angeles and Tokyo.
This year’s exciting event will offer a full day of educational programs, interactive seminars, and keynote speakers addressing “Bridge Buildings” from three points of view: 1) Leadership, 2) Talent Management and Diversity & Inclusion, and 3) Business and Economic Opportunities. Speakers will include Kiyoshi Kurokawa, MD, MACP, FRCP (London), Professor at the Graduate Research Institute for Policy Sciences, and Susan H. Roos, Wife of U.S. Ambassador to Japan John V. Roos, Employment Attorney.
“GOLD’s commitment to maximizing the power of diversity and inclusion across the Pacific is aligned with the vision and mission of the International Society of Diversity and Inclusion of Professionals,”
The symposium attendees, including business, academic, nonprofit, and entrepreneurial women and men leaders who value international collaboration and wish to expand their networks, will have the opportunity to:
* Learn how leaders close the gaps between strategy, actions, and results
* Discover creative leadership tools and skills required to be successful 21st-century leaders
* Explore best practices that will create alignment between talent management and diversity & inclusion
* Make meaningful connections with business and professional leaders across the Pacific
* Be inspired by and learn from the experience of other participants
“The International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals is honored to co-sponsor the GOLD symposium,” says the ISDIP founder and chief executive officer Dr. Cassandra D. Caldwell, Ph.D. “GOLD has done an outstanding job of building alliances between the U.S. and Japan. I look forward to attending the conference and supporting this great organization in future endeavors.”
Registration for the symposium costs ¥30,000. For more details and to register, visit http://www.goldleaders.org/
About the Global Organization for Leadership and Diversity (GOLD)
The mission of GOLD is to foster professional and leadership growth of current and future business and professional women by providing educational, inspirational and motivational activities and events that build “leadership bridges across the Pacific.” GOLD is a nonprofit incubator project of Community Partners, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
About the International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals
The International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals is the first global comprehensive professional association that spans across industries and across public and private sectors. The ISDIP views diversity and inclusion through a comprehensive lens that includes four strategic pillars: organizational development, supplier diversity, workforce diversity, and community engagement. Membership is open to all public-sector and private-sector professionals with diversity and inclusion job responsibilities and/or interests.
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The International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals is the first global comprehensive professional association that spans across industries and across public and private sectors. The ISDIP views diversity and inclusion through a comprehensive lens that includes four strategic pillars: organizational development, supplier diversity, workforce diversity, and community engagement.