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Whether it is clearly defined or not, workplace culture is always being developed. Southwest Airlines co-founder  Herb Kelleher once said, “Leading an organization is as much about soul as it is about systems. Effective leadership finds its source in understanding.”

As your organization draws closer to understanding its soul, ask yourself this question: “Are our leaders willing to work themselves out of a job?” If the answer is no, then it may be time to face the reality that your leadership pipeline is at risk. If the environment has become one in which your leaders are working with the goal of holding on to their positions rather than investing in growth and really developing the next generation of leaders, they may not be in a position to advance their capabilities and/or the company’s strategic priorities. Our willingness to outgrow our roles and assume greater responsibilities – or potentially lose our jobs for not developing a succession of capable leaders – is always a choice.

As leaders we must be willing to let go of what’s comfortable to help our organization rise to the next level. Climbing to a higher level (or laterally to assume increased risk or challenge) isn’t easy. It  takes effort, and it will require making sacrifices.

There are many reasons why busy leaders fail to develop people. The primary reason is that it’s hard work. We’ve all heard stories of when investments in others didn’t turn out well. Maybe you yourself have invested heavily in someone only to see that individual leave and
use his skills at another organization. That’s a risk we choose to take toward the goal of cultivating a thriving workplace.

As leaders, do you want a productive environment or a growth-oriented workplace? Both can yield favorable outcomes. However, a productive work environment tends to stay just that, productive. People’s potential remains at a level that will simply produce results rather than attain higher levels of performance and generate outcomes that deliver customer “wow,” which stems from unique talents, motivations, and experiences that expand capabilities.

The choice your workplace makes will determine whether you tap talent in a powerful way. If you find yourself in the “productive environment” category, the good news is you can make a choice to invest differently by making improvements to increase your workplace potential.

How can your workplace step forward? Consider the following:

    1. Confront the truth. Increase your organizational understanding by taking a hard look at where your top talent is today. Does it sufficiently represent the diverse people, customers, and stakeholders that you serve now and into the future? If not, how would you like to improve it?
    2. Build discipline. Develop a comprehensive strategy for advancing your diverse talent and challenging leaders, even if it’s uncomfortable initially, and begin to address key areas of development. Hold everyone accountable for advancing performance in this regard.
    3. Grow intentionally and work through insecurities.  If you want your workplace to start reaching for the next level, begin removing any barriers that prevent people from doing great work and developing their talents. You might encounter some discomfort in other leaders across the organization who may be unwilling or unable to see the need for development. For leaders who may be afraid of being replaced or looking unfavorable, offer resources to work through those issues, including professional counseling if necessary.  Maintaining a long-term focus can help you do the hard work and go the distance.

Remember that if you invest in others, they will never be the same again. And neither will you.  We have the choice to make each day of our leadership a masterpiece – today and into the future.

Question: What choices are you looking forward to?

We value your feedback and welcome you to share your comments below or by dropping us an email.

 

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©2011 All rights reserved. Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS is the founder and president of The Infusion Group™. A trusted partner in creating new possibilities in talent management and workplace culture design to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, and society. The Infusion Group™ brings together a portfolio of workplace services to achieve personalized business strategies for clients in the new world of work. For more information on achieving greater workplace potential, click here.

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Online Workplaces: The Real Impact of Online Work

Did you know that more than 2.7 million jobs are posted a year via online workplaces like Elance?

Online workplaces like elance.com and odesk.com, provide groundbreaking technology platforms, and talent, that are needed to equip an evolving world of work and modern businesses in a networked era. More than facilitating freelancing, online workplaces are keen practitioners of work who are pioneering workplace transformation and serve the truly responsive organization through a distributed community – of clients, freelancers, and employees from around the world.

The transformation to a “networked” workplace offers many challenges and opportunities for every modern business. It invites all of us as leaders and professionals to challenge our thinking.   Where individuals traditionally advertised their education to stand out, according to the Elance-oDesk Annual Impact Report 2014, relevant skills are becoming promoted and increasingly sought after to take on project-based work rather than full-time positions.  Talent found through platforms like Elance are paid for results and relevance of skills over years of experience. In fact, as the report identifies, new skills that become hot, and are then commoditized are progressing at an unprecedented rate.  As a result, the shift from job security to employment security through skill refreshment, flexibility and adaptability is accelerating.

Pioneering Workplace Transformation

Leaders may be well-served to question the concept and full spectrum of work now and in the future as massive shifts in the balance between people and machines (artificial intelligence) who are doing the work, will impact productivity, costs, and network performance.

A study by Intuit released in 2010 finds that by the time millennials (those ages 18 to 33) are 30, they’re likely to have worked for five companies. Additionally, the study estimates that 40% of the U.S. workforce will be independent by 2020.  The market study commissioned by Freelancers Union and Elance-oDesk in September 2014, reveals that 34% of the US workforce is already freelancing. This amounts to 53 million Americans.

With these unprecedented shifts, the nations future depends on how readily individuals, businesses, and communities can adapt in a new era of work.  Building an agile organization is no longer a business advantage. It’s every leader’s business imperative as future economies will either flourish or struggle based on whether their workforces have relevance, in-demand skills and are adaptable.  Like those organizations with increased agility, nations will benefit richly, as emerging skills infuse toward developing innovative workforces and replace less-relevant skills and lower-cost workforces.

Below, is a look at how online freelancing continues to transform the way we work, leading to greater fulfillment and freedom for many.

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To discuss your confidential workforce challenges and find new opportunities to advance workforce innovation, send us an email at contact@theinfusiongroupllc.com

Source:
To download the “Intuit 2020 Report, released October 2010″
http://http-download.intuit.com/http.intuit/CMO/intuit/futureofsmallbusiness/ intuit_2020_report.pdf.

To download the “Freelancing in America: A National Survey of the New Workforce, released September 2014″
https://www.odesk.com/blog/ 2014/09/53-million-americans-freelancing-new-survey-finds

To download the Elance – oDesk “Annual Impact Report 2014″
http://try.odesk.com/annual-impact-report/2014/
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©2014  All rights reserved. Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS is the founder and president of The Infusion Group™.  A trusted partner in creating new possibilities in workplace culture design and talent management to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, and societyFor more information, please click here. or dm @InfusionGrpLLC

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Designing Creativity

We’ve all seen the amazingness of what happens when we design creativity in our workplace cultures, but what could it do for an entire country?

Imagine what a creatively confident country could do.  What would it look like?

Paul Bennett and Peter Overlyin in Singapore explain on Channel News Asia in this short video below.

Courtesy of:  Channel News Asia

©2014  All rights reserved. Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS is the founder and president of The Infusion Group™.  A trusted partner in creating new possibilities in workplace culture design and talent management to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, and society.  How may we help you? For more information, please click here.

 

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Are your internal workplace communities stronger than external networks?

The most popular networks worldwide as of October 2014, ranked by number of active accounts identify Facebook as the market leader. Facebook was the first social network to surpass 1 billion registered accounts. Ranking fifth is the microblogging network Twitter had over 255 million monthly active accounts while blogging service Tumblr had more than 230 million active blog users on their site.

While many forward-oriented organizations are integrating the power of social into their business strategy, savvy executives and modern leaders recognize that building healthier business relationships internally, is a delicate blend and key to cultivating a strong workplace community in order to earn a positive return on network contribution, performance and worker retention.

In your workplace, are internal network communities stronger than external networks?

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To learn more about growing your internal workplace people networks and accelerating organizational agility, start the conversation and schedule a Virtual Coffee Chat by clicking here.

©2014  All rights reserved. Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS is the founder and president of The Infusion Group™.  A trusted partner in creating new possibilities in workplace culture design and talent management to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, and society.   For more information, please click here.

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Building a Veteran Friendly Environment For A Distinct Workforce Advantage

What ways can your organization overcome the challenges in attracting, hiring, retaining and building high-performance of veteran talent?

As part of the Infusion Group’s Digital Series, we invite you to tune in and enjoy this collaborative, leading discussion with:

Stephen Barrington, Director Business Services, Capital Area Workforce Development Board (Moderator) and executive panelists – Chris Jadick, Executive Director, Enable America, Dr. Hugh Donohue, Medical Director, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina; and Jamie Rufolo, Director, AT&T Global Service Delivery and National President, AT&T Veterans 501(c)(3) Employee Resource Group for awe inspiring and proven strategies to help you move from VEVRAA compliance to a distinct workforce advantage.

Building a Veteran Friendly Environment

 

A special thank you to all of our participating executive panelists, moderator, Stephen Barrington and to our service men and women of uniform and to their families for their countless sacrifices.

©2014  All rights reserved. Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS is the founder and president of The Infusion Group™.  A trusted partner in creating new possibilities in workplace culture design and talent management to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, and society.  How may we help you? For more information, please click here.

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Workforce of the Future: Key Skills Needed for Success

What will the future workplace look like?  While many predictions exist today, one area senior leadership should focus on is what their workforce will need to look like – what capabilities and experiences will they need to have specific to their strategy that will enable organizational success into the next decade?

The Top 10 Online Colleges website has conducted research on key skills that modern workers will need by 2020 to compete in an ever-changing world of work.  What is driving change and molding the future of work?

Below,  is a summarized list of skills and respective drivers of these new capabilities.

Important Work Skills for 2020
Source: Top10OnlineColleges.org

Because of these global changes and technology being the catalyst for many of these forces, the future work skills we will all need in 2020 are a combination of changing how we act and think, and how we use technology as an extension of our daily lives – even more than we do today.

Ready or not the emerging workplace is coming! To ensure your workforce is ready, gain the powerful insights you need to design a workplace made for the future.  We can guide you in discovering your people capabilities, individually and organizationally, and infuse critical talent priorities within your business strategy. With integrated solutions tailored to your unique business objectives, your people and leaders gain the benefits and insights of:

  • Key talent capabilities and access to internal experts to readily adapt to changing business conditions.
  • Better decision making into critical talent investments using employee feedback and data-driven tools.
  • Cost reduction in attracting and retaining people.
  • Distinct advantage to compete for great people and execute long-term strategy.
  • Reduced risks.

Learn more about our Strategic Talent Audit and how you can begin establishing talent priorities that matter most by requesting a download here

©2014  All rights reserved. Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS is the founder and president of The Infusion Group™.  A trusted partner in creating new possibilities in workplace culture design and talent management to have a meaningful impact on people, businesses, and society.  How may we help you? For more information, please click here.

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Raleigh’s Innovate Work Summit Announces Leading Speaker Lineup For Diversity & Inclusion Panel On September 12


Registration Now Open to Participate. Join the Conversation with Leading Diversity and Inclusion Executives as they explore the future of inclusion.

RALEIGH, August 26, 2014 – The Infusion Group™ today announces its award-winning speaker panelist lineup for the curator’s, first network of industry, health care, government and higher education Innovate Work Summit to be held on September 12 in Raleigh at the Institute of Emerging Issues. Themed “Freedom to Lead, Shaping the Emerging Workplace,” the Summit will gather executives, diversity officers, business and HR leaders, and professionals to join the panel conversation about the future of inclusion and how disruption, global trends, innovation, and growth are changing the landscape of one dimensional diversity practices.  Leading panelists will explore ways to navigate the complexity and different ways of leveraging and working for mission-critical results and profitable business outcomes that help to foster innovation, and bring the community together.

Leonor_Clavijo_Executive_Director“The North Carolina Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is excited to lead and open the dialogue with key thought leaders on the future of inclusion, at the 2014 Innovate Work Summit. It is imperative to promote inclusion in organizational change and practices that value new cultural competence as well as respecting the people in the work, business and community environment we live in,” said Leonor Clavijo, Executive Director of the Chamber. “At the Hispanic Chamber, diversity is more than a saying—its woven into the essence of our business relationships -—from the first click on nchispanicchamber.org to our chamber associate’s greeting, serving our membership community, our multi-faceted member base and workforce, is our strength.”

Participants will hear from recognized Diversity Thought Leaders such as:

  • Leonor Clavijo, North Carolina Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Executive Director
  • Dr. Taffye Benson Clayton, University of Chapel Hill, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Diversity Officer
  • Sidney Evering II, Parker Poe, Special Counsel, Director Diversity
  • Kim Drumgo, AICPA, Diversity Director and Vice-Chair National Committee on Diversity for Accounting
  • David LaBoy, Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, Diversity Director

Dr. Taffye Benson Clayton was awarded the 2014 Diversity Leader Award by the Triangle Business Journal.  Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina and Parker Poe Adams & Bernstein LLP were recently awarded the 2014 Employer Diversity Leader Award by the Triangle Business Journal.

Leading Voices on Inclusion

EveringSidney“Parker Poe is pleased to participate with diversity thought leaders to explore the future of inclusion and to advance the critical business imperative of inclusion during a time of changing demographics and globalization,” said Sidney Evering II. “At Parker Poe, diversity is an integral part of our law firm’s culture as well as our strategic plan.  We are fortunate to have law firm leaders who understand the importance of diversity and inclusion as it relates to providing quality service to our clients and to the communities in which we live.”

“Today’s universities should approach diversity and inclusion as a mission-driven imperative.  As the first public research university in the nation, UNC-Chapel Hill strives daily to better understand the complexities and nuances of a contemporary, diverse and inclusive academic community.  We promote a diverse presence on our
Taffye Clayton,  at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.campus, foster a climate that promotes equity and inclusion, and nurture a culture of academic and institutional strength. What we aim to create is an enlightened and culturally competent community that has ability to leverage the diversity of our campus towards the accomplishment of our mission and strategic goals,” states Dr. Clayton.

Inclusion leaders will take a deep dive into the discussion exploring how organizations and industry are reimaging inclusion, becoming more dimensionally cultural, learning from the journey and navigating unprecedented complexities in the global world of work. To see a complete lineup of keynote speakers and learn more about this year’s Innovate Work Summit, visit the event site by clicking here.

The Innovate Work Summit was created and is curated by the Infusion Group. The Summit exists to inspire leaders who believe and are invested in healthier business, workplaces, and economic growth.  The unique gathering connects leaders who want to help bridge the issues and interests facing us in order to overcome the challenges, cultivate solutions, create results, transform their organizations and advance economic growth. If you are interested in attending the Summit, please request an invite here as soon as possible; seating is limited.

About The Infusion Group™

Infusion Group™ LLC is a workplace culture design company and provider of innovative workplace consulting services, specializing in the future of work for the health care, technology, manufacturing and finance markets. The Infusion Group™ is fueled by the passion for unlocking possibilities and the desire to enhance organizational performance, by helping leaders, executives and forward-oriented organizations achieve holistically tailored business strategies and achieve healthier business outcomes in the new world of work. www.theinfusiongroupllc.com

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Raleighwood Media
919. 229.9725

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This Girl Is on Fire: reacHIRE’s Addie Swartz to Present on Unlocking Productivity in the Boomer Generation at Innovate Work Summit

Carolina News:  The 2014 Innovate Work Summit announces serial entrepreneur and reachHIRE’s CEO,  Addie Swartz, will keynote, “Take Your Productivity Higher: Finding Untapped Potential in the Boomer Generation”.

Raleigh, NC – The Infusion Group, LLC founder Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS, announces the latest addition to confirmed speakers at the Innovate Work Summit: serial entrepreneur and reacHIRE CEO Addie Swartz.

Swartz (pictured at right) will open the afternoon session of the September 12 Summit with a keynote presentation titled, “Take Addie SwartzYour Productivity Higher: Finding Untapped Potential in the Boomer Generation”, that will stretch your thinking around systems that are reinforcing old stereotypes and traditional hiring practices and help you unlock the potential of talented baby boomers; especially professional women seeking to re-enter the workforce effectively.

By 2017, Baby Boomers (ages 47-66) are expected to control 70% of all U.S. disposable income, making the generational segment an important part of our economy. Swartz’s keynote will address concerns of talent acquisition development for this demographic including:

  • What will your talent makeup need to look like to meet the shifting baby boomer demographics ahead?
  • How can a new paradigm in recruiting, most notably – empowering professional women looking to re-enter the workforce, strengthen your talent pool?
  • What steps are leading companies beginning to take to hire and assemble diverse workforces in the future?

Swartz has been featured in The Wall St. Journal, “Good Morning America,” NPR and Working Mother.

The Innovate Work Summit takes place on Friday, September 12, 2014, at the Institute of Emerging Issues on North Carolina State University’s Centennial Campus in Raleigh, N.C. Attendees includes senior leaders, owners, and entrepreneurs from across industry, health care, higher education and government. Beginning with a pre-event evening networking event, the Summit runs from 8:00 a.m. until 5 p.m. with continental breakfast, multiple networking exchanges and a host of concurrent breakout sessions as part of the unconference format. Registration for this invitation-only event closes on September 8 – invitation to attend can be requested at https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/?eventid=1522143.

 

About The Infusion Group™

Infusion Group™ LLC is a workplace culture design company and provider of innovative workplace consulting services, specializing in the future of work for the health care, technology, manufacturing and finance markets. The Infusion Group™ is fueled by the passion for unlocking possibilities and the desire to enhance organizational performance, by helping leaders, executives and forward-oriented organizations achieve holistically tailored business strategies in the new world of work. www.theinfusiongroupllc.com


About reacHIRE

reacHIRE a career re-entry solution that enables accomplished women who have taken a career break to successfully re-launch their careers at leading companies. reacHIRE provides comprehensive, experiential career training and development that culminates in a paid, flexible work assignment. Hiring partner companies receive turn-key, no risk access to an untapped pool of exceptional female talent. reacHIRE graduates are driving positive business results. www.reachire.com

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Business Security: The Next Gen Announcing Executive Panelists at Innovate Work Summit in Raleigh

The Innovate Work Summit Announces Leading Business Security Panelists for the highly-collaborative event of leaders invested in healthier business, communities and advancing economic growth.


PRLog
 – Aug. 11, 2014 – RALEIGH, N.C. —  The Infusion Group™, curator for the Innovate Work Summit is pleased to announce its lineup of featured speaker panelists for “Business Security: The Next Generation Emerges”, North Carolina’s first network of industry, government, health care and higher education summits taking place Friday, September 12, 2014, at the Institute of Emerging Issues in Raleigh, N.C.

The Innovate Work Summit will be a unique gathering of North Carolina’s leaders, thought leaders, innovators and entrepreneurs across industry and represent the decision makers, practitioners, policy makers, and innovators who are equipped to move economic growth forward.“The landscape of security has become ever more challenging in today’s world of exponentially increasing information, cyberspace, talent mobility, corruption, BYOD and the relocation of facilities around the globe. The way organizations and people work today is transforming and the risks continue to escalate.  As threats continue to evolve and workers and customers adapt to new tech consumption, shifting work locations, the need for collaborative business security has never been greater. We are delighted to welcome several of North Carolina’s key executives who are leading the way in developing a long-term vision and strategy to addressing the rising business security risks that impact all of us,” said Infusion Group founder Judy White.“The Innovate Work Summit 2014 offers leaders additional opportunities to explore ideas and new solutions that can advance initiatives to reduce threats in an ever-changing global marketplace.”

Confirmed panelist speakers include:

–  Chuck Kessler, MBA, CISSP, CISM, PMP, chief information security officer,
Duke University Health System
–  Michael Sprayberry, director, North Carolina Department of Emergency Management
–  Robert Martin, CISSP, president information systems security association (ISSA) and Lenovo
–  Matt Cordell, attorney, Ward and Smith

The panel will address some of the emerging security risks, challenges facing industry, business and government and how new ways of working is resulting in new initiatives and solutions that promote smart and secure business.

“I am looking forward to participating in this important discussion. A proactive and robust workplace security mindset must challenge conventional wisdom and traditional approaches, communicating in clear terms an integrated business-security vision,” said Felix, President and CEO, Nater Associates who will moderate the executive panel. “Creating real-time discussions of the tough issues within the business, government and community is a necessary element for improving business security holistically.”

“Engaged executives, workplaces and communities are leading the way to address critical security risks that threaten the safety and productivity of individuals, business and industry,” states North Carolina’s Director of Emergency Management and guest panelist, Michael Sprayberry. “The Summit is a great opportunity for collaborative leaders to advance their security challenges, diverse inititiatives and explore new ways to work together in reducing the emerging risks and identify integrated security measures that continues to shape North Carolina as one of the top places to live, work, and play.”

The Innovate Work Summit 2014 encourages senior leaders, innovators, thought leaders to register now to secure their seat at the Summit (https://www.regonline.com/iwsregister).

Join the conversation on Twitter (https://twitter.com/InnovateWorkSum).

About The Infusion Group™

Infusion Group™ LLC is a workplace culture design company and provider of innovative workplace consulting services, specializing in the future of work for the health care, technology, manufacturing and finance markets.  The Infusion Group™ is fueled by the passion for unlocking possibilities and the desire to enhance organizational performance, by helping leaders, executives and forward-oriented organizations achieve holistically tailored business strategies in the new world of work.

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Duke University’s Disability Management Executive Guest Panelist at the Innovate Work Summit

Reprint from http://finance.fox23news.com/inergize.wxxa/news/read/27833991/

PRLog July 30, 2014 at 07:22 AM EDT

Duke University’s Disability Management Executive Featured Guest Panelist at the Innovate Work Summit 2014 “Attracting, Hiring and Retaining Individuals with Disabilities to Achieve a Diverse Culture” will benefit executives, HR and business leaders, multi-cultural branding and communications teams, and software developers from guest panelist Leigh Fickling’s legal and educational expertise. Fickling will share key practices about fostering a supportive environment and implementing reasonable accommodations across higher education and the modern workplace.

PRLog – Jul. 30, 2014 – RALEIGH, N.C. — Executive Director, Leigh Fickling, J.D., M.ED., M.S., will share leading practices for fostering a supportive, inclusive environment for individuals with disabilities and implementing accommodations across a large organization with Innovate Work Summit participants at the Institute of Emerging Issues Friday, September 12, 2014.

091214_fickling001“Maximizing people’s potential is key to success today,” said Judy White, SPHR, GPHR, HCS. “Guest panelists and expert practitioners bring invaluable real-time experience into the summit discussions, provide relevant insights and help senior leaders enhance their organizations and communities in which they live and serve.” White,is the curator for the Innovate Work Summit representing a key North Carolina network of higher education, health care, government, and industry networks and is the founder of the Infusion Group™.

As a strategic executive leader, integrated legal, educator and accomplished practitioner, Fickling has served in a variety of leadership roles including Dean of Student and Dean of Campus Life. Leigh completed her undergraduate degree at Presbyterian College in Clinton, South Carolina. Leigh holds a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from UNC Greensboro, a Master of Science in Strategic Leadership from Mountain State University and a Juris Doctorate degree from the Charleston School of Law. Leigh’s area of expertise is disability law and implementing reasonable accommodations in the classroom and the modern workplace. Leigh and her husband are the proud parents of five-year-old twins and reside in Durham, North Carolina.

Fickling will share her experiences to address the challenges and opportunities available and to help summit participants meet section 503 requirements.

– The importance of inclusive leadership in fostering a supportive environment.

– Best practices for tapping into and understanding individuals’ needs.

– Why open disclosure environments influence integration and accommodation decisions.

– The importance of generational differences and value drivers in marketing.

– Impact of engagement to bring out the best, sustained performance.

“I am pleased and honored to participate with other experts from top organizations in this invite-only discussion and to engage with North Carolina leaders as they move forward in providing more opportunities for individuals with disabilities to realize their real potential,” said Fickling.

For More Information, visit: http://bit.ly/1pWVq0X

Media Contact:
Lisa Jeffries Raleighwood Media Group, 919-229-9725, or email: events@theinfusiongroupllc.com.

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