Webinar – Coaching to Support Diversity and Inclusion

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Date: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 – 2:30 PM ET / 11:30 AM PT

Length: 60 minutes

Hosted by:  Robert Gregory Partners

Presenters:  June Stewart and Greg Ruf

Summary: With nearly 33% of the U.S. labor force made up of people of color, and almost 50% of it consisting of women, diversity and inclusion is paramount to your firm’s success.

So – what steps can you take to ensure your organization is maximizing the effectiveness of ALL of its talent?

Join June Stewart, RGP Executive Coach & Chief Talent Officer at Amplify Partners, LLC, and RGP Managing Partner, Greg Ruf, for a FREE interactive webinar around coaching to support diversity and inclusion.

Topics covered on the webinar will include:

– Level setting: What’s talent got to do with it?

– Considerations for successful diversity and inclusion coaching

– Real-life case studies covering diversity and inclusion opportunities and solutions

– Q+A: A facilitated discussion with the moderators and participants aimed at sharing our wins and potential solutions

We look forward to having you join for this interactive, informative, and FREE session.

 

ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS


June Stewart, Principal & Chief Talent Officer at Amplify Partners, LLC and Executive Coach

With the vision of helping organizations create stronger alignment between their People Practices, Vision, Values and Brand, June Stewart launched Amplify Partners LLC (amplifypartners.co). As the Founder and Principal of Amplify Partners, LLC, June works with a diverse set of clients including non profits, privately held and publically traded companies; military officers, individual contributors, managers, corporate directors and C-suite executives. As a Consultant and Certified Executive Coach June draws upon her 25+ years of global experience leading, building and transforming organizations and developing talent.

A graduate of Spelman College June Stewart is well learned and has a repertoire certifications
including: Official Member of Forbes Coaches Council, Hogan Assessments, Marshall
Goldsmith’s Stakeholder Centered Coaching®, The Predictive Index, Multi-Rater Feedback,
Personalysis, DISC, 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Myers Briggs Type Indicator, and Nova
Southeastern University’s Executive MBA program.

A member of the Central Ohio Girls On The Run and Friends of the Columbus Metropolitan
Library Board of Directors, Ms. Stewart is a mentor, mom, foodie and self-learned fitness expert. June’s accomplishments are rooted in her ability to help organizations and people maximize their talents. She is undaunted in her relentless pursuit to live with intention and on purpose.


Greg Ruf, Managing Partner at Robert Gregory Partners

Greg is a highly successful entrepreneur with significant experience in online recruitment technology, talent management and executive recruiting. Over the past 23 years, he has launched five ventures, including Resume-Link, one of the first businesses to computerize the recruitment industry. After growing Resume-Link into a highly successful company, he sold it to BrassRing. Several years later, he co-founded MBA Focus, building upon his experience in online recruiting to again provide groundbreaking technological services to employers seeking to hire MBA graduates and alumni from the world’s top MBA programs. He also co-founded Data Management Consulting (DMC), a technical consulting firm in the data management, integration and intelligence area that maintained more than 40 consultants. He has been interviewed extensively by major business publications on global recruiting trends and has authored several white papers on this topic. Greg holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and economics from Bowling Green State University.

As a managing partner, Greg takes the lead role in business development, introducing the firm and its capabilities to clients. He also provides coaching in the areas of entrepreneurialism and business development.

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