Building a Culture of Inclusion

Presented at ONA21
June 21, 2021
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Leaders at TIME have collaborated with passionate employees to cultivate an organizational culture built upon trust, integrity, inclusion and respect. Hear from Sue Suh, TIME’s Chief People Officer, on how employees are working to transform internal practices and create vibrant company-wide initiatives, spanning from Employee Resource Groups to Mentoring Programs to a newly- formed Diversity Council. Learn about how empathy and listening have led to concrete action and employee engagement.

This session is designed for everyone interested in learning about how to build a better workplace culture, whether at a leadership level or a grassroots staff level.


Featuring

Alan Ramos
Director of Facilities & Office Services, TIME
Namrata Suri
Director of Product, TIME
Lucy Feldman
Senior Editor, TIME
Sue Suh
Chief People Officer, TIME
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