ERGs Can’t Do It Alone: Avoiding Traps to Successful Change

May 16, 2022
All Talent Development Professionals
Talent Strategy & Management
Curated Learning Paths Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging
Employee resource groups (ERGs) can be an asset and an accelerant in a culture change process, but they can’t do it alone. To be most effective, they must be part of the package in a change effort; they must not be seen as the package. During this session, identify six traps ERGs face and discuss strategies for avoiding and mitigating those traps.
Frederick Miller, CEO - The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group, Inc.
Valerie Davis-Howard, Senior Consultant - The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group, Inc.

Application on the Job 1

Discover ways to position ERGs for success, whether you’re managing ERG members or in an ERG yourself.

Application on the Job 2

Explore your organization’s mindset about ERGs and what actions and communication are needed to reframe it.

Application on the Job 3

Assess ERG support to learn what’s missing and what clarity, sponsorship, and collaboration are needed from leaders, HR, and other functions.

Session Type

Education Session