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    January 17, 2018 Chapter Meeting

    Date: January 17, 2018, 8:00am – 10:00am
    SSHRMANJ Chapter
    Greate Bay Country Club, Somers Point, NJ
    Breakfast buffet will be served
    Cost: $20 Members $25 Non-Members $10 Students
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    The 4 A’s Of Sustainable Diversity & Inclusion
    How to Build Cultural Competency In the Workplace

    To truly make a difference with diversity and inclusion initiatives, it requires focus, investment, and energy. All too often this investment has a very short-term impact without a solid foundation to maintain movement. It is thus imperative for organizations investing in creating inclusive cultures to build a strategy that is framed to be sustainable.
    Tayo Rockson shares a framework that leaders can implement to foster inclusive environments on the individual, group, systemic and marketplace level.

    Presenter:  Tayo Robinson

    Tayo Rockson, was raised in Nigeria, Sweden, Burkina Faso, Vietnam, and the USA, He is a speaker, consultant, and media personality who runs UYD Management – a strategic leadership and consulting firm that helps organizations incorporate sustainable diversity and inclusion practices. A millennial Third Culture Kid, Tayo (pronounced TIE-OH) has lived on 4 continents, allowing him to become an certified authority in communicating effectively across cultures. He hosts the number one cross-cultural podcast in the world and his podcast was recently ranked as the number two business podcast in the world by Entrepreneur and CIO.

    He has spoken at TEDx multiple times, the World Bank, United Nations Foundation among many other places and his work has been seen on NowThis News, BuzzFeed, Forbes, Huffington Post, Entrepreneur, Inc. as well as Global Living Magazine. He was recently named a top millennial influencer to watch in 2018 by New Theory Mag and his ground breaking work on “how to embrace your global identity” was featured in a German School book called ZOOM IN… Globalization. Through his podcast, blog, and video shows, he is heard and read by thousands of people in over 100 countries.
    To learn more about Tayo, you may visit his website and blog at or check out his magazine at or listen to his podcast at

    The preferred method of registering is through the website and click on the link “Meeting On-line Registration” or RSVP to Christine McCullough by Friday, January 12, 2018.

    Cancellations must be received by noon on Monday, January 15th or you will be invoiced the cost of meeting