Today, employee resource groups (ERGs), business resource or affinity groups can be found in many organisations. These groups are important engines for employee engagement and business results. Over 80% of Catalyst member organisations surveyed had at least one ERG and can have considerable impact on an organisation`s ability to develop future leaders, increase employee engagement, and expand marketplace reach. 

ERGs also represent an opportunity to build cultural competence around inclusive leadership, which in turn allows companies to learn from and include diverse groups at work.

  • How can you make your ERG more impactful?

  • How can you align your ERG with business?

  • What are the common challenges and success factors of an ERG?

Join Catalyst`s Allyson Zimmermann, Senior Director and Sandra Ondraschek-Norris, Director, at a roundtable meeting in London as they discuss how ERGs and Catalyst`s new Employee Resource Leadership Initiative (ERLI) will help engage and connect ERG leaders across companies.

Please RSVP to Jessica Dolmer at [email protected].

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