2019 Conference Sessions
Browse a full list of our 2019 sessions below organized by type or select “View All Sessions” for a comprehensive list filterable by type, track, and level of learning.
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Create momentum and energy by diving deeper into a stimulating variety of topics in this year‘s General Sessions. You’ll learn from both pioneers and emerging leaders in the diversity, equity and inclusion field. This year’s sessions will spark exciting ideas for creating more inclusive spaces and narratives in every workplace.
Day 1 Seminars are 3 hours long and give attendees an opportunity to do a complete deep dive into a specific D&I topic of interest. These sessions are designed to equip leaders at any level to increase their confidence and effectiveness in forming and leading inclusive strategies.
Kick start your day or rejuvenate your afternoon by stretching your personal and professional mindsets and skill sets. These workshops are 60 minutes of fresh, fast-paced, energized and informative thinking about real people, real work and real-time initiatives.
The Forum on Workplace Inclusion‘s Annual Conference offers the world’s most extensive offerings of workshops related to Diversity and Inclusion in the workplace. Held on April 17 and 18, each workshop is 90 minutes long. With a variety of topics and tracks – there’s something for everyone!
20-minute Spotlight Sessions
If you love “TED Talks” – then the Spotlight Series is for you! The Spotlight Stage is a platform for 20-minute presentations featuring points of view on trending topics that challenge status quo thinking.
Innovative Learning Labs offer an alternative learning option for those that want an up close and personal, hands-on interactive experience with trending topics in the Diversity & Inclusion space. Learning Labs are hosted by experts who help you exercise fresh thinking, access relevant tools, and stimulate new approaches to workplace inclusion.
Boundaries are bound to be tested, crossed, and redrawn. This Featured Workshop explores boundaries tested at The Forum this past year, when we were faced with a difficult decision, and religious and inclusion values were at odds.