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STF Conference on Fair Employment Practices - Achieving Inclusive Growth through Fair Employment

STF Conference on Fair Employment Practices - Achieving Inclusive Growth through Fair Employment

STF Conference on Fair Employment Practices - Achieving Inclusive Growth through Fair Employment

Date/Time: 27 April 2011 (Wednesday), 8.15 am - 5.00 pm
Venue: Marina Bay Sands
Keynote Speakers:

Dr Lee Gardenswartz, Partner, Gardenswartz & Rowe

 
  • Singapore’s principal event in diversity and inclusion.
  • A balanced mix of expert knowledge and practical advice.
  • Effective and targeted learning customised for Singapore’s business environment
 
FREE registration for employees of organisations that have signed the Employers’ Pledge of Fair Employment Practices (limited places only)!
 
Singapore’s principal event in diversity and inclusion is back!
 
This year, the Conference on Fair Employment Practices has adopted the theme “Achieving Inclusive Growth through Fair Employment”. Find out how the implementation of fair employment practices can help you to engage different segments of your work force to contribute to and share in your organisation’s growth.
 
During this one-day event, you will have the opportunity to meet experts from the US and UK, share best practices with fellow practitioners, and network with professionals from the region. Further enhance your learning experience by joining the post-conference events --- a full-day workshop on managing diverse teams, and the launch of a Disability Resource Guide.
 
Visit http://www.fairemployment.sg/conference/ for more information.
 
 
Dr Lee Gardenswartz
Partner
Gardenswartz & Rowe

Lee Gardenswartz, Ph.D., partner in Gardenswartz & Rowe, began helping organizations with diversity in 1977 when she worked with Los Angeles Unified School District to deal with its diversity challenges at the time of mandatory integration. Since that time she has specialized in the "human side of management" for a variety of national and global clients, helping them manage change, handle stress, build productive and cohesive work teams and create inclusive, productive work environments.

 

In addition to direct client relationships, Lee has also co-authored numerous books including Managing Diversity: A Complete Desk Reference and Planning Guide (1993, 1998, 2101), Managing Diversity Survival Guide (1994), The Diversity Tool Kit (1994, 2009), Diverse Teams at Work (1995, 2003), The Lending and Diversity Handbook (1998) The Global Diversity Desk Reference (2003) and Emotional Intelligence for Managing Results in a Diverse World (2008).

Among her clients are Cox Communication, Nike, Harvard Medical School, British Telecom, Sempra Energy, ABC, Starbucks, Deutsche Telekom, UCLA Medical Center, Equity Residential, Boeing Aircraft Group, Walt Disney Resorts, Shell Oil Company, and Progress Energy.  Lee has lectured widely, giving keynote speeches, facilitating team building retreats and teaching seminars across the country and in Europe and Asia.  She also continues to teach about diversity, not only through training in client organizations, but also through institutions such as the Intercultural Communication Institute in Portland, Oregon and the Emotional Intelligence and Diversity Institute.

Dr Anita Rowe
Partner
Gardenswartz & Rowe

Anita Rowe, Ph.D., is a partner in Gardenswartz & Rowe, a firm that has been helping organizations with diversity since 1980. Since that time she has specialized in providing diversity and inclusion consulting and training for a variety of national and global clients, helping them manage diverse staff, build intercultural understanding, develop productive and cohesive work teams and create productive, inclusive and harmonious work environments.

In addition to direct client relationships, Anita has also co-authored numerous books and resources including Managing Diversity: A Complete Desk Reference and Planning Guide (1993, 1998, 2101), Managing Diversity Survival Guide (1994), The Diversity Tool Kit (1994, 2009), Diverse Teams at Work (1995, 2003), Managing Diversity in Health Care (1998), Managing Diversity in Health Care Manual (1999), The Global Diversity Desk Reference (2003) and Emotional Intelligence for Managing Results in a Diverse World (2008.)

 

Among her clients are Blue Cross Blue Shield of Florida, Internal Revenue Service, Cox Communication, Nike, Harvard Medical School, Heinrich Boll Foundation, Free University of Berlin, Sempra Energy, Kaiser Permanente, ABC, Starbucks, Deutsche Telekom, UCLA Medical Center, Clark County, Boeing Aircraft Group, Walt Disney Resorts, Shell Oil Company, and Progress Energy.

 

Anita has lectured widely, giving keynote speeches, facilitating team building retreats and teaching seminars across the country and in Europe and Asia.  She also continues to teach about diversity, not only through training in client organizations, but also through institutions such as t