Global ERG Alignment

with Global Expert Philip Berry

Oct 27, 2021, 10:00 AM Eastern Time.

Find out what it means to be global as a resource group, identifying your organizations core competencies, identify your globalization facts, understand and embrace new and emerging markets, construct your global resource group action plan, and understand what is needed for global operations.

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Presented by:

Phil BerryPhilip Berry

Philip brings a uniquely in-depth perspective to cross-cultural talent development, diversity and inclusion, executive coaching, and personal branding.

Through a career in senior positions at Colgate Palmolive, the Clinton Foundation, Procter & Gamble, Digital Equipment Corporation, and the Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority, Philip understands the critical importance of workplace efficiency and satisfaction in executing a company’s strategic goals. He has implemented organizational plans in over 60 countries around the world living abroad in Paris and working in Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Russia. His contributions to business challenges such as strategic goal alignment, executive compensation, talent development, diversity and inclusion, and employee management following acquisitions are known as best practices across industries.

Philip’s many contributions to organizational effectiveness have earned him awards from Crain’s New York; the Feminist Press; Global HR News; the Caribbean American Chamber of Commerce; and the National Hispanic Corporate Achievers, among others.

Philip holds an MBA from Xavier University, a master’s degree in social work from Columbia University, a bachelor’s degree from Queens College, and an associate degree from Manhattan Community College. He is certified by theInternational Coaching Federation and is a certified by New York City and New York State as a minority supplier.