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Focused efforts to ensure Diversity and Inclusion in organizations make those organizations stronger.  At Richmond SHRM, we believe in the value of D & I.  We also believe that through our RADR Committee, we can bring focus to D & I efforts in area employers.  RADR serves as a strong D & I networking opportunity and offers educational opportunities for meeting attendees.

     
Number of Volunteers Needed 12
 Reports to VP or Director, D & I (Board position) via RADR Committee Chair
Qualifications Richmond SHRM member
 Skills Developed HR knowledge, leadership, teamwork, organization, coordination, networking, meeting planning
 Approx. Hours per Month 2.33
 Annual Hours

Annual Planning Session:  4

Quarterly Planning Sessions: 4

Meetings for which you are responsible:  12 (4 hours per session including attendance)

Assistance with RADR Meetings not assigned to you: 15 (includes attendance of some meetings and assistance with the D & I Symposium)

Various conference calls or ad hoc meetings: 4 (allows for 1 hour per quarter)

Focused efforts to ensure Diversity and Inclusion in organizations make those organizations stronger.  At Richmond SHRM, we believe in the value of D & I.  We also believe that through our RADR Committee, we can bring focus to D & I efforts in area employers.  RADR serves as a strong D & I networking opportunity and offers educational opportunities for meeting attendees.

Through RADR, Richmond SHRM conducts monthly meetings open to people interested in learning about D & I issues and sharing best practices.  Meetings are held at local companies that can accommodate the event.  Registration is limited to the number of people that the venue can accommodate.

This Committee typically meets annually to build objectives for the year and briefly each quarter to plan meeting topic selection for the following quarter. 

The 12 RADR Committee members will divide into 4 teams. Each team will plan 3 RADR events, one for each month of the quarter OR one event per quarter, whichever method the Committee selects.   Each team will establish an agenda, procure speakers, procure a facility, handle arrangements such as registration, seating, AV, and light refreshments, publicize the meeting through RSHRM channels including social media, and function as the host for RADR meetings for which they are responsible.

Committee members will also participate in any required follow up afterward such as a Committee debrief.


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