“No one left behind.”
Recently phrases like this have been echoing throughout society.
In 2015 it was one of the slogans of the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) that were adopted by the United Nations.
But what can we do to ensure “no one is left behind”?
In recent years, there have been proactive moves to incorporate diversity aspect of organisation like “Diversity Management” and “Diversity and Inclusion (D&I)” into management practice which have attracted a lot of attention.
Now the ICC will host a talk session to introduce the efforts of the Japanese subsidiary of the Johnson & Johnson FAMILY OF COMPANIES IN JAPAN which practices sustainable corporate management by proactively using the diversity of its employees in its management practices.
You can delve deeper into the ways that diversity works and the challenges by looking at what efforts are being made on the ground in actual businesses!
During the 2nd half of the event, the student staff of the ICC, which is a part of the Student Diversity Center (SDC) along with the Office for Students with Disabilities and the GS Center, will ask questions and exchange opinions with the speakers. What surprising differences and similar challenges are there between their “Business x Diversity” initiative and our own “University x Diversity”?!
Of course, there will be time for participants to ask questions directly as well.
So if you have a question, don’t hesitate! Ask away!
Sign up now and join us for this interesting topical talk.
*If you need accommodations such as reading material in advance or computer notetaking etc., please fill in the form below and return it to us before Oct. 30th. If you wish to apply after that date, please contact us to discuss the situation, we will do our best to accommodate you.
Date & Time
November 12th, 2020 (Thu.) 6:15pm – 7:45pm
(You can enter the Zoom meeting room from 6pm. If you try to enter earlier than this time you will be directed to the “waiting room”, in that case please wait patiently for the event to start.)
Online (Zoom Meeting) *The Zoom URL will be sent to you by email the day before the event.
Waseda Students, Faculty and Staff
MC in Japanese and English. Talk session in Japanese.
Required. Please apply via MyWaseda
*Personal information will only be used for this event.
Around 50 people. (If there are a large number of applications a lottery will be held to decide participants. Results sent by email on the deadline day.)
November 6th (Fri.) 9:00am
Miki Omote： Talent Acquisition, Johnson & Johnson FAMILY OF COMPANIES IN JAPAN
Misaki Arai: Graduate of Waseda University School of Commerce. Ethicon, Medical Company
Tomoaki Hasegawa: Graduate of Waseda University School of Sport Sciences. Biosense Webster, Medical Company
Waseda University Student Diversity Center (ICC・Office for Students with Disabilities・GS Center)
Johnson & Johnson FAMILY OF COMPANIES IN JAPAN
TEL: 03-5286-3990 E-mail:[email protected]