Corporations are under increased pressure to improve their diversity and inclusion efforts. This has risen to prominence not only because it’s the right thing to do, but because it has become important to remain competitive.
One of the struggles related to DE&I programs is how to create one that is meaningful for the employees and the organization. In other words, what can be implemented that will make a notable difference in companies having broader representation and diversity of thought.
One way to do this is to elevate the professional development of minorities, to provide greater opportunities for growth to those who may not have previously had access. Contributing to the advancement of diversity in organizations through educational opportunities not only helps employees develop in their careers, but also helps the organization become more competitive in the marketplace.
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Special Bonus: Ducere will be providing a $50 Uber Eats or Amazon gift card to every attendee who sets up a 20-30 min. meeting by April 5, to discuss attendee needs and challenges and how Ducere can help.
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About Mat Jacobson:
Mat Jacobson is Dūcere Global Business School’s founder and CEO, doctorate candidate on the Future of Enterprise Learning, and CEO Magazine Education Executive of the Year. Ducere works together with presidents, prime ministers, global CEOs, and other prominent leaders to deliver on the vision of providing sophisticated tertiary qualifications for adult learners and for enterprise.
As a thought leader in innovation within education, Mat has hosted and spoken at numerous academic and business events including, chair of the ADC Forum Summit, The Future of Australian Higher Harvard University, 21st Century Academic Forum Harvard University Keynote, HPAIR Conference, Financial Review Higher Education Summit, and Apple Leadership Summit.
About Ducere (https://ducere.education/):
Ducere provides access to career-focused, quality higher education which helps organizations achieve their DEI goals. Ducere instructors/academics, or as we call them, PracaDemics, run their own businesses, consult to industry and bring as much “real world” knowledge as academic knowledge. Your academics will be from all over the world including the UK, US, Africa, Australia, and Europe. Ducere helps women, minority groups, and first-generation progress in their careers by helping overcome many barriers including cost, and flexible time. Ducere's first chancellor was the first female Prime Minister of Australia, and our patron is one of two women Presidents ever elected on the African continent.
The Ducere Foundation partnerships have been established with sovereign states, significant universities, philanthropic leaders and major businesses in the delivery of educational programs to some of the most disadvantaged children in the world. The Ducere Foundation delivers a variety of programs including an Africa-wide Peace Centre Program—a program to improve national testing standards across Math, Science and English as well as the Ducere Publishing House, which captures the rich and culturally relevant oral story-telling tradition across Africa.
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