[Closed Event] With a diverse workforce comes diverse religious practices. This webinar explored some starting steps to becoming a more religiously inclusive workplace that can engender and stimulate a climate of pluralism.
[Closed Event] For Hyundai we focused on the importance of religious literacy in a welcoming workplace, and provided their staff with insight, tools, and the confidence to have open and supportive conversations with colleagues and customers.
[Closed Event] Kinross's customized program combined content from our Discovering Identities program and our Religion at Work program. Together we explored how religious inclusion is a priority for Kinross, the industry and organization's best practices and how teams can work together to support a welcoming, inclusive and effective workplace.
We presented a workshop called Making the Case for Religious Literacy in the Workplace. Our culture shies away from discussing religion, especially in the workplace. But that reluctance is counterproductive to our efforts to create inclusive workplaces where our teammates feel they belong and are able to fully contribute. In this workshop we will review the current research and help you make a business case for including religious literacy in your Diversity, Equity and Inclus
Together we investigated the big questions religion asks and attempts to answer. We discussed religiosity, secularism, and how religion intersects with liberalism and Western democracies, and we examined the many ways religion influences our understanding of sexuality, economics, history, psychology, and sociology. The series draws from more than 20 years of studying and teaching about religions, including Brian’s PhD studies, and has real relevance for understanding American
[Closed Event] Twenty years ago, I entered a path that would define my career. I’ve had the privilege of visiting hundreds of mosques, synagogues, temples, and Wiccan covens. They’ve taught me so much. Here, I shared some of the most important things I learned.
For perhaps a century, scholars have been trying to figure out why some societies are more religious than others, and what accounts for religion’s growth and decline. We explored some of the best research produced to date. Guests joined us in conjunction with Road Scholar for a one-hour lecture and Q&A and learned about religiosity.