Diversity by Design: Driving Higher Performance
We know intuitively that diversity matters. We live in a global world that has become deeply interconnected and highly competitive. Research makes it increasingly clear that companies with more diverse workforces perform better financially. The spotlight on gender and cultural diversity is at an all-time high, companies need to treat diversity like a business imperative. Diversity can start anywhere in the organization, however, the tone is set at the top. There are also emerging aspects of diversity that will require re-thinking our approach to leadership, notably our Millennials.
Hear how a successful IT executive leverages diversity to build high performance teams by design. Learn how you can move from a service provider to a differentiator as you ascend the value pyramid.
- What one leader believes are table stakes for our Human Resource partners
- Why data should be your best asset
- What specific skills will increase your value to the organization
- How to transform your value and relationship with your business partners
- Where you can contribute directly to the bottom line of the organization and drive transformation
Speaker: Elizabeth E. Holmes, Senior Vice President, IT Strategy and Global Business Services, Elavon
Elizabeth Holmes is the Senior Vice President of IT Strategy & Global Business Services for Elavon, a $2 billion global provider of merchant acquiring services and integrated payments processing. With over 20 years of experience in Information Technology, Elizabeth specializes in global sourcing partnership development, building high performance IT teams, SDLC optimization and driving transformation through a metrics driven approach. She is an advocate of leveraging partnerships and a vast professional network to accelerate the development and integration of new technologies and strategies. Elizabeth is active in WIT, TAG and charitable organizations such as Junior Achievement and Year Up. She is also the Board President for Improve International, an organization dedicated to sustainability of clean water and sanitation projects worldwide. She is an active mentor and volunteer. Elizabeth has two sons, is a graduate from Georgia Tech and a native of Atlanta.
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11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Registration, Networking & Lunch
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Speaker Presentation
Advance Registration Deadline: October 31, 2016
Cancellation Deadline: October 26, 2016
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