IMA Leadership Academy Workshop: Diversity and Inclusion

When:  Aug 18, 2022 from 06:00 PM to 07:30 PM (ET)
Associated with  Ann Arbor Chapter

Please join us for the Ann Arbor Chapter: IMA Leadership Academy Workshop: Diversity and Inclusion on August 18, 2022 at 06:00 PM EDT

 

For companies to succeed in the global marketplace, leaders must fully leverage the skills and attributes of a diverse team. In the quest to attract and retain the right skills, best minds, and the strongest talent, companies must create an environment that embraces diversity and inclusion. This course explores the importance of diversity and inclusion in organizations and how leaders should understand and leverage this concept. 

 

Learning Objectives:

After this session, you will be able to:

  • Define diversity and inclusion
  • Explain why diversity and inclusion matter
  • Identify leadership examples and best practices
  • Define unconscious bias and identify was to overcome it
  • Recognize the benefits of diversity and inclusion to leaders and team members

 

CPE Credit: 1.5 NASBA CPE credits
Delivery Method: Group-Internet
Field of Study: Personal Development
Level: Intermediate


Prerequisites/Advanced Preparation: Download Participant Materials

 

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Registration is mandatory to participate. To ensure accurate CPE reporting, please provide your correct IMA member number as listed in your IMA membership profile. Your first and last name should also be as per your IMA profile. If any details are incorrect this could delay your CPE credits being reported to your transcript and error with your certificate of attendance.

Non-IMA members, put "N/A" in Member number field.

 

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Evan Scarbrough
Evan Scarbrough
President
IMA Ann Arbor Chapter & Michigan Regional Council

Evan Scarbrough is a graduate from Eastern Michigan University. Since graduating with his Masters in 2016 he has worked as an auditor with the City of Detroit, a tax practitioner, and consultant in both the public and private sectors. Currently he is working at a local financial management firm leading their tax services area. He works part time teaching Accounting at Oakland Community College. He completed his CPA in 2017. He has served as part of IMA's MEF Grant Committee,Student Case Competition Judge, Global Subcommittee Co Chair, Leadership Academy, SCMS, and at the chapter and council level.