Posted by: outandequal | October 13, 2011

Featured Panels, Global and Film Series – 2011 Workplace Summit

The 2011 Workplace Summit kicks off on Tuesday, October 25, and  includes powerful Featured Panels as well as an exciting new Global Series and Film Series. Here is what you can look forward to experiencing in Dallas this year:

Featured Panels

  • Intersections of Ability, Orientation and Identity
  • Inside LGBT: Being a Trans Community Ally
  • Multiple Identities: Engaging LGBT Employees from Communities of Color
  • The Importance of Diversity and Inclusion in Driving Innovation
  • We Count – Determining the Size of the LGBT Community and Why It’s Important
  • Workplace Bullying and LGBT Employees
  • Bisexuality in Our Cultures and Our Lives: A Panel of Experts
  • Employee, Parent, LGBT: The Fun and Challenges of Being a LGBT Parent at Work
  • Finally Out at Work – Serving Openly in the Military
  • Bigger, Bolder, Better: Leveraging Corporate Marketing for LGBT Social Good
  • LGBT ERG of the Year Finalists: Employees Making a Difference
Global Series

  • Crossing the Border: what U.S. Employers can Learn from the Canadian Experience
  • The State of the LGBT Workplace in Europe
  • Refuge, Asylum and Migration: Issues Facing LGBT Refugees
  • The State of the LGBT Workplace in India
  • The State of the LGBT Workplace in Australia
  • How Globalization Can Support Diversity Development and the Power of Impact Investment in Developing Markets

Our Community in Film–Out & Equal Summit Film Series

  • Breaking Through
  • Bullies, Allies & Superheroes: A “No Dumb Questions” Approach to Empathy & Action
  • Understanding Bisexuality through Film: The Bisexual Revolution (La Bisexualite Tout un Art)
  • Growing Old OUTloud: Gen Silent Movie Screening and Discussion on Long Term Health & Wealth Planning
  • Two Spirits

To learn more about these panels and presentations, and to view the 2011 Workplace Summit program book, click here.


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