The Executives' Club of Chicago to Host Panel Discussion on 'Global Inclusiveness - What it Takes to Succeed'

Jan 19, 2010, 11:52 ET from The Executives' Club of Chicago

CHICAGO, Jan. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- On Wednesday, January 27, 2010, The Executives' Club of Chicago will host its Women's Leadership Breakfast and Panel Discussion, titled "Global Inclusiveness – What it Takes to Succeed."  The program will explore global inclusiveness – how diversity and inclusiveness are defined domestically and internationally, and how women are uniquely positioned to deal with cultural challenges.  The panel will further discuss how women are using their inclusive skill set to guide their companies to success.

The Women's Leadership Breakfast series showcases women who represent diverse global talent – providing a forum to share their experience and perspectives.  The panel discussion will feature Gisele Riba Di Spigno, Director, IBM Global Opportunity to Order, IBM; Kelli Stokes, Director of Global Diversity and Talent Acquisition, Caterpillar Inc; and Homa Sabert Tavangar, Author of "Growing up Global: Raising Children to be at Home in the World;" and will be moderated by Karen Jordan, Weekend Anchor and Reporter for ABC7 News. 

The breakfast program will be held at the Hilton Chicago, 720 South Michigan Avenue, in the International Ballroom, at 7:30 a.m.  The cost to attend is $36.50 for Executives' Club members; $57.50 for non-members.  For more information about the program, including registration information, please visit the Club's website at

About The Executives' Club of Chicago

The Executives' Club of Chicago is a business forum for thought leadership, education and best business practices.  Founded in 1911, the ECC is one of the oldest and most prestigious business organizations in the Midwest.  The Club serves the community by providing information and resources needed to establish effective global partnerships, enhance intellectual exchange, develop diverse civic-minded global business leaders and promote Chicago as a world class business center.  

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