Complimentary webinar with Ralph Brandt

Diversity Training that Changes People

Join the Discussion with Ralph Brandt

When it comes to diversity, humans are fairly predictable. When we encounter others who are a different race or gender, it registers biochemically as a “stress response.” When our brain chemistry is negative, it not only creates tension but also inhibits performance. Ralph Brandt, organizational development consultant and managing partner at RDR Group, initiated a landmark study to find out whether diversity training really changes people.

On September 25 at 1 PM (ET), hear directly from Ralph Brandt on RDR Group’s study conducted to find if those trained to be inclusive are scientifically different from those not trained. In this session, Ralph will be discussing:

  • How diversity impacts your performance.
  • How diversity training with follow-up practices improves productivity/inclusion.
  • How RDR Group is working towards scientifically proving that diversity training can change people.

Meet The Presenter

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Ralph Brandt is a Training Specialist and Managing Partner with RDR Group based in Chicago. Over the past twenty years, he has spoken to audiences throughout the U.S. and abroad on a variety of subjects including leadership development, diversity, and change management. He has worked at all levels, including top executive teams at Abbott, Ford, Kellogg, Kimberly Clark, Sprint, and State Farm. He has also worked in numerous healthcare facilities, universities, and government agencies. Ralph earned his B.A. from Lake Forest College, and his M.A. from Trinity International University. For more information, please visit http://rdrgroup.com.

Meet The Host

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Becky Robinson is an entrepreneur and founder/CEO of Weaving Influence, a digital marketing agency. Weaving Influence works with authors and thought leaders to help them show up online in the same powerful ways they show up in real life, with a focus on building strategic partnerships to help people and organizations reach their big picture business goals. She’s a wife and mom of three daughters who loves running, reading, and coffee.