NALC 2022: Diversity, Inclusion And Bias: Measuring Progress, Improving Performance And Increasing Productivity
Recorded On: 08/16/2022
|Does your organization need to be able to measure its success with diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias efforts? James Pogue’s model will help you do just that. James will share the latest research around bias and its impact in the workplace and clarity the connection between diversity, inclusion, bias and organizational success. James will identify practical steps to move forward, recognizing that the first step is often the most difficult.
James Pogue, PhD
President and CEO
|Dr. James Pogue provides thought leadership to leaders and organizations to push them to address diversity, inclusion and bias (DIBs). As the president and CEO of JP Enterprises, he has spearheaded the development of The DIBs Model, a critical component of an organization’s success. An outgrowth of research and grounded in theory, this model spawned the DIBs Assessment™ a tool used to measure where an organization, team or individual are on their diversity journey, thus providing the best opportunity for strategic recommendations and change. Dr. Pogue is also the creator of The No Nonsense Experience, a diversity discussion series that leverages cohort learning and emergent best practices to keep participants “the right kind of uncomfortable.” Dr. Pogue supports leaders in making the decisions that attract, engage, and retain talent at all levels, and deepens the learning around diversity, inclusion and bias. His military service, scope of research and work as a speaker and entrepreneur give him tangible examples of the critical balance between leaders and followers on teams. He provides leaders with professionally researched data, partnered with highly engaged training to improve their ability to influence organizational behavior and the bottom line. In his leisure time, he occasionally competes as a martial artist where he has five national titles, in addition to Silver and Bronze medals at the World Championships. Dr. Pogue has two daughters and six granddaughters.