We are very sorry to do this, but because of current public health concerns related to the coronavirus and guidance from Harvard University about decreasing the number of gatherings, we have made the difficult decision to postpone our event next week. We hope to reschedule this event in the Fall.
Anisha Asundi, Deirdre Schreiber, and Donna Tremonte
Speaker: Christie Struckman, VP Analyst, Gartner
An inclusive environment requires equal treatment of everyone. Yet, day to day, seemingly small actions can collectively and progressively create a scenario where people feel marginalized. All employees can help break unconscious habits by confronting behaviors that leave some members feeling their contributions are not valued or respected. But confronting those behaviors is uncomfortable. This session provides an easy to follow process for confrontation that anyone can do, independent of their role in the organization.
About the speaker
Christie Struckman covers the complex challenges of organizational change and business transformation with a focus on the people perspective. Her areas of focus include culture change, organizational change, the role of the CIO, leadership and management practices. Ms. Struckman is a member of Gartner's Leadership, Culture and People team in the CIO Research group.
HarvardWIT+ March Meeting with Christie Struckman
LOCATION AND ACCESSIBILITY
- Harvard IDs will be required to enter the library
- There is a bag check upon exiting the library