FMC’s Primary Sources Speaker Series continues with a highly-anticipated webinar event discussing what the future of leadership looks like with featured guest Deb Shaw on Tuesday, Nov. 9 at 9.30 a.m. ET live via Zoom.
The featured speaker is Deb Shaw,a Fortune 50 senior executive, award-winning entrepreneur, author and former Senior Vice President, Chief Global Diversity & Engagement, PepsiCo. Fortune named her one of the 50 Most Powerful Latinas in Business. Shaw is the acclaimed founder of PepsiCo’s Transformational Leadership Program, which then-PepsiCo. Chairman Indra K. Nooyi credited Shaw as a “leading and powerful voice who took our company-wide conversation about diversity from one focused on inclusion to a broader dialogue about the engagement of all employees with each other and with the diverse world around us.”
Deb Shaw joins FMC CEO Jaci Clement in a conversation on what tomorrow’s leader looks like, how an organization can create a philosophy and an atmosphere for diversity and inclusion to thrive within its culture, and how culture can be a pathway to improved business performance and success. This session includes audience Q&A.
This session will mark the final installment of the hit series designed to help organizations work smarter and succeed faster in the New Now. Previous sessions are available for on-demand viewing on YouTube. This series provides insight and advice and features thought leaders, influencers, and experts as speakers.
Made possible by Mount Sinai South Nassau as our Community Leader sponsor, and Hofstra University, Northwell Health, and Protiviti as our Influencer sponsors, and the Bartol Law Firm as a supporting sponsor, the series began July 21 and runs through November.
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