The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium offers webinars in March

The Higher Education Recruitment Consortium has these webinars scheduled in March:

The New Talent Management Paradigm:

Integrating HR and Diversity Strategy

Thursday, March 9, 12 p.m. CT

Learn how global organizations and higher education institutions are developing integrated HR/diversity talent strategies – creating competitive talent strategies that transform organizations /institutions and create inclusive, high-performing, workplaces. Presented by Edna B. Chun, D.M., educational leader and award-winning author.

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Toward Inclusive Excellence:

Attracting and Retaining Diverse Faculty and Staff

Thursday, March 30,  12 p.m.  CT

Approaching diversity work with an open mind, proven research and a plan of execution can achieve undeniable results. This webinar will explore strategies for recruiting diverse faculty and staff, and the supportive pillars necessary to retain them. Presented by Kevin McDonald, the University of Missouri System’s Chief Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion officer, and the University of Missouri’s Interim Vice Chancellor for Inclusion, Diversity, and Equity.

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Attendees wishing to receive continuing education credit must register and log in to the live webinar with their unique link. Attendees must also stay on the live webinar for the full hour in order to be counted as an attendee and receive credit.

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