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About This Webcast

Diversity and inclusion is a hot topic in the HR world lately. It’s crucial for the successful company.

One of the biggest issues in the space is unconscious bias - unintentional assumptions that influence people’s actions and behaviors in ways that can stifle the inclusion of others. It can be more harmful to business than most companies realize. Fortunately, HR leaders like Marie-Claire Barker are tackling these issues actively by setting up successful systems within the company.

Join this webcast to learn how mindfulness can kill two birds with one stone (figuratively, of course) by helping your employees decrease their unconscious bias and improving their creativity.

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About Marie-Claire Barker

Marie-Claire Barker

Marie-Claire Barker leads the global talent efforts for MEC, one of the world's leading media agency networks. 

With a global talent manifesto of “Don’t just live, thrive”, Marie-Claire has the ambition of changing the face of talent management in the industry, through innovation and an ambition to create a culture where every employee has the opportunity to Thrive in their own unique way. Prior to MEC, Marie-Claire served as Global Chief Talent Officer for Ogilvy & Mather advertising.

She began her HR career when she joined Allied Domecq Spirits and Wine for five years, holding roles in International Leadership and Management Development, Organizational Development, and finally in Corporate HR in Canada.

A strong advocate of inclusivity, Marie-Claire is driving a culture at MEC to help mitigate unconscious bias, and ensuring that the organization is poised to deliver excellence through the unique perspectives and experiences of MEC’s employees.

 


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