Dr. Shelton Goode is the president and chief executive officer of ICARUS Consulting a veteran-owned consulting firm that specializes in helping organizations create inclusive cultures that leverage diversity and inclusion for a competitive advantage.
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All of our presentations are customized to equip agile leaders with what they need to know today to win tomorrow. We explain key trends impacting your organization's future and about the people shaping it today.
Each workshop is designed for the audience and the event. We take what we know, add what we learn from you, and then conduct our own background research on your organization, industry, or region. This strategic approach enables us to focus our presentation on the major trends impacting your future and the actions agile leaders need to take today.
Dr. Shelton Goode
- 2018 SOAHR
The National Association of African Americans
in Human Resources awarded him their HR
Trailblazer Award in 2005 and 2012 -- the only
person selected for the award twice. In April
2013, the Technology Association of Georgia
presented him with the organization’s first
Lifetime Diversity Achievement Award for his
body of work in diversity and human resources.
Diversity Strategies that Yield Results:
What works and What Doesn’t
Leaders who want to integrate cost-effective, battle-tested initiatives don’t have enough tools and resources to identify and apply best practices to actual work situations. These programs demand time, energy, and money—and
the empirical evidence about outcomes is limited.
BRGs, ERGs, and Affinity Groups – Oh My!
This dynamic 90-minute presentation focuses on helping Employee Network Groups (Employee Resource Groups (ERGs), Business Resource Groups (BRGs), and Affinity Groups) align their efforts with their organization’s key business goals thereby enhancing a company’s Return on Investment (ROI).
Inclusion 2020: Global Trends that will Redefine
Work, Workers and the Workplace
The work, workers, and workplace of the future will continue to undergo a dramatic transformation. Research suggests that by 2030, workers will be older and younger at the same time, more educated and less skilled, hyper-connected through new technologies, and more ethnically diverse.
Work, Workers, and the Workplace: Looking into the
Making predictions about what HR will face over the next 12-48 months requires examining a few assumptions. First, the U.S. will have a new administration that we assume will be very business-friendly. Mr. Trump made campaign promises to invest trillions of dollars on infrastructure and military and cutting regulations, regulatory agencies, and existing laws (e.g., EPA, Labor, and the ACA —Affordable Care Act) that he views as holding back business development.
Increasing Organizational Trust by Reducing Individual Bias
he information discussed during this presentation is intended to raise awareness about Unconscious Bias research and its proven impact on a person’s ability to be successful when interacting with diverse cultures around the world and conducting business internationally.
Five Trends Shaping the Future of Work for African Americans in Corporate America
The information discussed during this presentation is intended to raise awareness about Unconscious Bias research and its proven impact on a person’s ability to be successful when interacting with diverse cultures around the world and conducting business internationally.
C LEVEL Discussion with Dr. Goode
The life and business advice that the Dr. ordered.
Bias in the Workplace: Moving Beyond Awareness to Action
The Corporate Leavers Survey, a national study conducted by the Level Playing Field Institute, shows that each year more than 2 million workers voluntarily leave their jobs due primarily to perceptions of unfair treatment, costing U.S. employers $64 billion in turnover annually.
Breaking Bias: Moving from Awareness to Action
The Corporate Leavers Survey, a national study conducted by the Level Playing Field Institute, shows that each year more than 2 million professionals and managers voluntarily leave their jobs solely due to unfairness, costing U.S. employers $64 billion in turnover annually.