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    May Membership Meeting - Honest Conversations: Presenting an Ethnically Diverse Slate for Job Vacancies

    Date: May 26, 2021, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    BRIX (Or Virtual via Zoom)
    939 S 8th Street
    Manitowoc, WI 54220
    $20 for members, $30 for guests (this meeting is included in any pre-paid meeting fees)
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    Honest Conversations: Presenting an Ethnically Diverse Slate for Job Vacancies

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    Registration closes 5/21/21 at 4pm so we can submit our lunch order to the venue.

    Honest Conversations:  Presenting an ethnically diverse slate for job vacancies; and avoiding the challenges and excuses in the discussion

    As we move to create and sustain a workforce that reflects the diversity of the communities we serve, the reality is that finding diverse candidates for our open positions is becoming more competitive and challenging.  A more unique and strategic approach to diverse candidate recruitment while challenging is not impossible.  This discussion will explore what it means to have a ‘diverse workforce’, how to evolve our recruitment strategies, and important questions to ask during interviews.

    About Alonzo

    A dynamic Executive Coach, Professor, 3x Best Selling Author, and Radio Host, Alonzo Kelly has gained international and global attention as a premier consultant and strategist. Alonzo is recognized as one the nation’s leading experts on leadership development, strategic thinking, planning, and acting which results in individual and organizational goal achievement. He has appeared on America’s Premier Experts which airs on major networks across the country including ABC, NBC, CBS, and FOX. 

    He holds a bachelor’s in Accounting, three master’s degrees (Public Administration, Human Resource & Labor Relations, Business Administration), and is nearing completion of a PhD in Multidisciplinary Human Services.  He is also currently in the process of obtaining his Doctorate in Business Administration.

    He currently serves on the State Board of Directors for the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union), National Board of Directors for SENG (Supporting Emotional Needs of the Gifted), the Fire and Police Commission for the City of Howard, Board of Directors for Family Services of Brown County.  

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