The ongoing need for more talent and strategies to welcome, include and retain a diverse workforce have been top concerns for business leaders in the past few years. Then a global pandemic, remote working and a national racial reckoning disrupted workplace culture even more. In the Sept. 9 Power Breakfast event, our panelists discussed the future of corporate culture as it relates to all these challenges and opportunities. What our workplaces will look like and what it means to have a job in today’s new environment were the heart of the program.

Among the questions we tackled:
What are some of the best strategies for attracting talent, and how can we make sure these efforts are inclusive? 
How is remote working affecting corporate culture?
How can companies create a positive and unique work environment in these changing times? 

Katie Graham - attorney and shareholder, Nyemaster Goode, PC
Claudia Schabel - president and CEO, Schabel Solutions
Emily Forrester - vice president of human resources, Workiva
Sharon Gaddy-Hanna - vice president human resources, employee relations officer, Bankers Trust Co.
Gilmara Vila Nova-Mitchell - director of DEI, IMT Insurance | leadership consultant, Sarah Noll Wilson Inc.
Troy Vincent-founder and CEO, Navigate Wellbeing Solutions 

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