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A Sense of Belonging: Creating an Inclusive Workplace

  • 27 Mar 2024
  • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Southeast Regional Library: 775 N Greenfield Rd. Gilbert, Az. 85234

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You don't want to miss this one! Join us as our keynote speakers present on the topics of organizational obliviousness and introversion in the workplace.

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Shannon Portillo serves as director and professor in the School of Public Affair at Arizona State University. Dr. Portillo’s scholarship explores how formal policies and rules and informal social norms shape the work of public organizations. She is specifically interested in how racism and sexism impact organizations and workers’ experiences both historically and currently. Her work helps scholars and practitioners understand how inequities have been institutionalized in public organizations, including courts, policing, city management, higher education, and the military. Her research has been funded by the National Science Foundation, Women’s Foundation, the Army Research Institute, and other entities. Her work has appeared in a broad array of academic and popular outlets. She has been recognized for her scholarship and service recently winning the Hobby Prize for Ethics, Leadership and Public Policy and the Steeples Service to Kansas Award. Her third book, The Myth of Bureaucratic Neutrality: An Examination of Merit and Representation (with co-authors Nicole Humphrey and Domonic Bearfield), was recently published with Routledge Press. Community service is core value. Dr. Portillo served as Co-Chair of Governor Laura Kelly’s Commission on Racial Equity and Justice and was elected Chair of the Douglas County Board of County Commissioners. David Hall, M.Ed., is the creator of QuietandStrong.com. He is an author, blogger, podcaster and speaker on a mission to help introverts discover their strengths and honor their needs. David has also spent 25 years working in higher education, and has given many workshops, trainings, and presentations on personality, strengths, and introversion/extroversion. His book, Minding Your Time: Time Management, Productivity, and Success, Especially for Introverts, helps readers understand themselves and their introversion to be more successful in managing their time and productivity. He is the creator of the Quiet and Strong Podcast and hosts thought leaders, creatives, and successful professionals that share how to leverage the strengths of introverts in the workplace.


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