Research has shown that organizations with a diverse workforce are more profitable. This was directly linked to employees feeling accepted and valued which motivates them to stay longer with their companies.
A substantial diversity and inclusion strategy can help organizations attain top talent and drive innovative outcomes.
Margaret Ormiston is a Professor of Management at George Washington University and a researcher whose work examines the underlying psychological processes that influence teams and organizational performance in small groups and top management. To conduct such analysis, she utilizes at-a-distance measures such as CEO facial structure, demographic characteristics of top management teams, and codings of interviews and speeches.
She will be talking about the importance of diversity and inclusion at organizations and their effect on performance and profitability.
Joining Margaret is HE Sheikha AlZain Al Sabah; the Chairperson & CEO of National Creative Industries Group (NCIG) and former Under-Secretary at the Ministry of State for Youth Affairs. AlZain has made it her mission to provide a creative haven for talented regional youths and help spread messages of peace, plurality, and moderation in all her undertakings.