Diversity and Inclusion Insights with Frans Johansson, CAHR20 Keynote
Diversity and Inclusion can drive performance and innovation at the team level.
16 years ago, when Frans Johansson wrote his book, “The Medici Effect,” this statement about diversity and inclusion was not as commonplace as it is today in both HR and Board Member meetings.
Today the importance of diversity and inclusion initiatives at all organizational levels is clear, but the path to optimizing those against performance, business objectives, and innovation may not be as evident to everyone.
This is why PIHRA CEO, Rafael Rivera, invited Frans Johansson to the 2020 California HR Conference to keynote the General Session on Wednesday, October 28th.
Frans is known for his animated, engaging presentations, and for delivering actionable, relatable insights and guidance to his audiences.
Of course, we could just ask you to believe us and register for CAHR20 based on our word about Frans’s presentation, or you can watch Rafael’s interview with Frans below. It offers a preview of Frans’s energy and valuable insight you can take back to your organization.
Perhaps the most important question his presentation answers for HR and Business leaders is, “What does it mean to have an inclusive team and how can I see that expressed in the business outcomes I am responsible for?”
If the answer to this question is on your mind, watch the interview below, then register for your CAHR20 Ticket before the event kicks off next week!
Why See Frans speak about diversity and inclusion at CAHR20?
Frans Johansson has made it his life’s mission to prepare leaders and organizations around the world for this future. His high-energy, fast-paced keynotes have become legendary for how quickly they can drive leaders to action—and have made Johansson one of the most compelling speakers in the world.
He is the author of The Medici Effect: What Elephants and Epidemics Can Teach Us About Innovation, and The Click Moment: Seizing Opportunity in an Unpredictable World. Frans is the Co-Founder and CEO of The Medici Group, a firm that advises executive leadership from some of the world’s most influential organizations. His firm recently launched the world’s first team coaching platform, which leverages diversity and inclusion to drive business outcomes.
Raised in Sweden by his African-American/Cherokee mother and Swedish father, Johansson has lived all his life at the intersection. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Science from Brown University and a Master of Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.
Here’s Frans in his interview with Rafael.
Gain even more actionable insights on how diversity and inclusion drives innovation from Frans Johansson LIVE at the Virtual 2020 California HR Conference.
Your time and budget are especially precious these days. That’s why we designed the Virtual CAHR20, happening October 27-29: a compact, 3-day live event featuring the top minds from a variety of industries, providing you with a whopping 30+ HR recertification credits.