March 27, 2020
2:00 pm ET | 11:00 am PT

Due to the unprecedented events of March 2020, companies are scrambling to help support the needs of their remote employees. This includes diversity professionals who are identifying the best ways to continue to engage their workforces and sustain focus on diversity and inclusion values.

Companies who help their remote workforces gain the skills they need to work effectively and stay productive will have a competitive advantage in these tough times.

Qstream is hosting a virtual panel of D&I experts who will discuss how diversity professionals are responding to the crisis with the methods and resources you can use with your teams.

Join this webinar to receive expert advice on:

  • How diversity professionals can serve as a resource during times of change to help employees work effectively and inclusively
  • Tips on how to create inclusive teams while employees are remote
  • Ways to deliver critical training information to a dispersed workforce



Mariana Fagnilli_Catalent Pharma-1
Mariana Fagnilli
Chief Diversity Officer
Catalent Pharma

Kim Dukes_Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Kim Dukes
Diversity and Inclusion Talent Strategist
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Shawn Mott_Resources for Human Development Philadelphia
Shawn Mott
Organizational Development and Training Consultant
Resources for Human Development in Philadelphia

Kari Heistad

Kari Heistad
Culture Coach International


In addition, to support organizations grappling with this new reality, Qstream has partnered with Culture Coach International to create two new microlearning courses: Tips for Working Remotely and Resiliency in Times of Change. These courses are available in a special two-week licensing format for rapid deployment. Contact us to get access to these new microlearning courses.