14May

CREATE A WORKPLACE CULTURE OF BELONGING WHERE EVERYONE CAN THRIVE!
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Email: Tammy@allthingsdiverse.com Websitehttps://allthingsdiverse.com/

Phone: 619-889-8689

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Member Profile

Dr. Tammy L. Hodo is the founder and President of All Things Diverse LLC, an educational consulting company working with organizations to optimize employee productivity thought recognizing the value of diversity, equity and inclusion.  Tammy earned her Ph.D. in 2009 from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Urban Studies, with a minor in Sociology in which she specializations in Race, Class, Gender, and Ethnicity.  She worked in academia for over ten years in a variety of positions, to include faculty and university administrator.

Tammy has provided training to local and national organizations all under the umbrella of diversity, equity and inclusion.  She has written course content on Implicit Biases and Microaggressions for a national educational vendor that is being used at hundreds of colleges and universities.


Speaking Programs

HOW TO RECRUIT AND RETAIN A DIVERSE WORKFORCE  Workshop

This workshop will cover how to generate more diversity in your job applicant pool.  Dr. Hodo will present best practices for hiring a diverse team of employees and will discuss where to advertise positions, cluster hires, and retention strategies.  Benefits of diversity in the workplace and retention strategies will be covered along with methods to create/maintain a positive workforce through change. Workshop attendees will learn:

  • Learn where to advertise for a diverse pool of candidates.
  • Why having a diverse workplace is beneficial to the organization?
  • Understand what a successfully diversity plans like in the workplace

For: Corporations & Universities


EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE  Workshop

What is Emotional Intelligence (EQ)? Attendees will learn what EQ entails and how it positively impacts leadership.  Dr Hodo will cover the five elements of EQ and discuss understanding what motivates us helps us understand why we do the things we do and allows us to begin to be more self-aware. Self-regulation is the ability to control our emotions and allows us to get comfortable with change.  Everyone is motivated by different things. People with EQ understand delayed gratification and are willing to defer immediate results for long-term success of the company/organization/group.  Empathy is the ability to recognize other’s feelings and manage relationships through listening and being emphatic.  EQ helps leadership develop social skills that will increase their interpersonal skills which can increase communication. Attendees will learn:

  • Understand the five elements of EQ.
  • Gain an understanding of why leadership should go through EQ training.
  • How EQ creates a workplace of vulnerability-based trust.
  • The ability of EQ to positively impact the workplace

For: Corporations Leadership Teams


HOW DIVERSITY MAKES TEAMS MORE INNOVATIVE Keynote

What does diversity look like in the workplace?  This keynote will provide insight into why diversity is important. Attendees will learn about how inclusivity creates workplaces that have higher productivity rates, lower turnover rates and less employee absentees.   Diversity is more than just race and ethnicity but includes gender identity, socioeconomic status, parental status, etc.  Having a diverse, culturally competent group of employees, positively impacts every aspect of the workplace. Diversity in the workforce allows for different perspectives to be heard, which creates new ideas and can ensure cultural missteps are avoided in our global economy. Dr Hodo’s keynote will offer the follow takeaways:

  • Statistical data that shows how diversity creates innovation in the workplace.
  • Examples of when diversity isn’t present in the workforce and the impact it can have on the community’s view of a business or organization.
  • How diversity is measured.

For: Corporations & Universities


HOW TO CREATE A WORKPLACE CLIMATE SURVEY Workshop

This workshop will cover how to develop a workplace climate survey, which will gauge the cultural climate (perception of acceptance) among employees to include those in protected classes. Upon completing the survey, organizations will gain an understanding of the perception of inclusivity in the workplace.  Using the data obtain organizations can begin to address any deficits that employees indicated e.g. implicit biases, culturally insensitive remarks, unfriendly environment, sexual harassment, lack of diversity in leadership, etc.  The data obtained during the survey can also assist the organization in developing a 3-5-year strategic diversity plan to increase inclusivity, which ultimately increases productivity and lowers turnover rates.

For: Corporations and Universities


HOW TO CREATE A STRATEGIC DIVERSITY PLAN Workshop

You’ve done a workplace climate survey, now what do you do with the data?  This workshop will provide attendees with the skills needed to begin to address any deficits in diversity, equity and inclusion within the workplace. Participants will learn how to develop a 3-5-year strategic diversity plans based off in part, survey data.  Attendees will gain the skillset needed to develop appropriate programming surrounding any/all deficits found in the survey.  We will discuss the different pedagogical methods that assist different learning styles as well as how to get employees to participate in programming. Attendees will learn: 

  • How do you get buy-in from employees
  • How to determine the best type of programming for your organization (size matters)
  • How to measure the impact of programming

For: Corporations and Universities


LET’S TALK ABOUT MICROAGGRESSIONS, UNCONSCIOUS BIASES AND IMPLICIT BIASES  Keynote

Dr Hodo discusses Microaggressions, unconscious bias and implicit biases.  Microaggressions are experienced by people in marginalized communities often with subtle comments such as “you are rather articulate” to a person of color—as if they should not be or “But you don’t act gay” to a LGBTQI Community.  While the comment may appear to be a compliment by the person speaking it is actually a slight to the recipient. Attendees will learn:

  • Understand what Microaggressions are and how to avoid making them.
  • Gain insight into the differences between implicit bias and unconscious bias
  • Learn what implicit biases are and how we all have them.
  • Learn what unconscious bias is and how to combat it.

For: Corporations & Universities


Previous Clients

  • Museum of Science and History (MOSH)
  • Hebrew Union College (Jewish Institute of Religion)
  • Vector Solutions (SafeColleges)
  • The NCHERM Group, LLC
  • Jessie Ball DuPont Fund

Certifications

  • PhD University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Urban Studies
  • ATIXA Member and certified level 5 Title IX Coordinator/Investigator
  • ATIXA Level 2 Civil Rights Investigator

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