October 8, 2019
Focus sessions announced for the Fifth Third Bank Diversity Leadership Symposium
The Fifth Third Bank Diversity Leadership Symposium brings together business
and community executives for best practices in inclusion, inspiring keynotes, and an
update on how we are making our region diverse by design and inclusive by intention.
This year, join us for the following focus sessions:
• Engaging Executives and Managers in Effective D&I Programs
• Taking Diversity & Inclusion BEYOND Numbers & Driving BELONGING
• Queer Eye for the Workplace Ally: Understanding
Complexities of LGBTQ Identity & Interactions at Work
• Leading with Inclusive Practices
2019 Fifth Third Bank Diversity Leadership Symposium featured speakers:
BRYAN T. MARKS
Hidden Biases of Good People
Dr. Bryant T. Marks is the Chief Training Officer of the National Training Institute on Race and Equity and a psychology professor at Morehouse College. He has provided implicit bias training to thousands of people across the country, including police officers, and served as a senior White House advisor during the Obama administration.
Diversity, Inclusion, and Bias: Using Neuroscience to Make Change
Khalil Smith is the vice president of consulting for The Neuroleadership Institute. He spent fourteen years in senior leader roles at Apple, where he led various global teams and strengthened Apple’s culture across hundreds of retail stores in dozens of countries.
Friday, November 1, 2019
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Hyatt Regency Cincinnati
151 West Fifth Street
Cincinnati, OH 45202