Inclusion at RSM Webcast Series

| January 19, 2021
Submitted by Nia Lagleva for Career and Professional Development

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Join RSM to explore allyship, personal brand, and intersectionality through our Inclusion at RSM webcast series. Dive deeper into diversity, inclusion and understanding through the lens of RSM’s people and our employee network groups.

Being an ally | Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 5 p.m. EST
Explore what allyship is and why it matters while learning how to be active contributors in your community through allyship. Hear stories from the RSM team that demonstrate how RSM creates a culture in which our people are valued, supported and heard.

Personal brand and building confidence | Thursday, Feb. 4 at 4 p.m. EST
Hear from RSM professionals on building your brand as you make the transition from college to corporate. Navigate forming your elevator pitch, managing your online presence, networking success and building confidence while picking up strategies for bringing your whole self to a corporate setting.

The intersecting communities that make up RSM | Wednesday, Feb. 10 at 5 p.m. EST
Every one of us draws from a host of experiences and identities that shape our unique perspectives while helping us relate and build community with others. RSM Multicultural, HOLA, and InspirAsian employee network group members will discuss the diverse and intersecting communities that make up RSM and how they work together to build common ground.

Register for an upcoming session!

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