800 S. Salisbury St. Raleigh
North Carolina, the United States, and all countries around the world are increasingly diverse, international, and interconnected. For businesses to thrive in our global economy, they must hire and develop globally-competent employees. Many stakeholders evaluate companies based on their commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion and positive social impact in addition to their profits, programs, and services. In this highly-engaging and evidence-based keynote address, Katherine Turner makes the case for preparing a globally-competent workforce for equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace.