Implementing Real Diversity in the Workplace
September 22, 2020: 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
Join us for a candid conversation on diversity and inclusion strategies particularly in practices of talent management and succession.
Black Lives Matter has prompted an examination of behavior and biases, particularly in the workplace. Hiring discussions inevitably start with, "I'm looking for a diverse candidate." But there's more. Implementing a long-term plan starting in your boardroom, in succession planning, in creating a talent management strategy to address these urgent issues are part of the discussion.
Lyndon's career has centered on addressing these issues. His work is with both privately held and publicly traded clients on executive, functional leadership and board director engagements. He advises organizations across sectors on diversity and inclusion strategies particularly talent management and succession.
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Lyndon Taylor (Speaker) '99
Partner in Charge, HEIDRICK & STRUGGLES
Lyndon is the Partner in Charge of Heidrick & Struggles' Chicago office and Diversity & Inclusion Practice and a member of the Financial Services and CEO & Board Practices.
He has more than 19 years of executive search experience and focuses on leadership search and assessment assignments for executive, functional, product, and regional leaders as well as board directors for both publicly-traded and privately-held organizations. In addition, he has been an advisor on leadership and management succession to clients across industries.
Lyndon currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Ann and Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago, the Forums Committee of the Economic Club of Chicago and is a member of the University Club of Chicago. Additionally, he was recently a Director of the CFA Society Chicago where he served on the Nomination and Governance Committee.
Gail Luxenberg (Moderator) '00
Executive Search Tuft & Associates
Gail is the former CEO of Habitat for Humanity (Seattle), Executive Director and CEO of Marcus JCC (Atlanta), Executive Director Jewish Vocational Service (Chicago) and a former publishing executive. Gail is currently consulting to help nonprofit staff set themselves up for success.
Gail Luxenberg, '00