Atlanta, GA, April 16, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- TAG Diversity, a society of Technology Association of Georgia, announces the first annual TAG Diversity Leadership Award to be presented at a dinner event on Tuesday, April 26th at Villa Christina. The award will be presented to the individual who excels at leveraging differences within their organization to drive increased productivity, efficiency, profits, revenues and employee morale. Employees in organizations that use technology to drive growth as well as technology sector companies are eligible.
“This award was created to recognize the efforts of organizations to mine a broad array of diversity to meet aggressive goals,” said Greg Parker, Co-Chair of the TAG Diversity. Rebecca Hoke, Co-chair, added that “It is important to recognize individuals who drive initiatives that have significant impact on organizational results and understand how they achieve success.”
Tino Mantella, TAG’s CEO and President, said, “We are proud of the exceptional members of the technology community in Georgia. This award’s program will showcase those individuals who are providing exemplary leadership in driving diversity initiatives within their organizations. We hope calling attention to their achievements will inspire more Georgia companies to follow their example.”
Networking will begin at 6:00 PM and the ceremony beginning at 7:00 PM. The three finalists will be honored individually along with the manager who nominated them. The winner will be announced at the ceremony share their “secret sauce” and the overall impact the initiative had on them and their organization.
Register to attend at https://www.123signup.com/event?id=vxzzf. Registration is $20 for TAG members and $30 for non-members.
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is an engine for economic development for the State of Georgia by providing 12,500 members within the technology driven community with an opportunity for personal and professional growth through our 30 societies.
TAG Diversity provides a collaborative environment for professionals in the technology community for education and increased awareness on the benefit to business goals when differences are leveraged within their organizations. Our focus is on helping professionals manage creative, intellectual, cultural, ethnic, generational, gender & lifestyle diversity to achieve positive outcomes.
Contact: Becky Biggs
Technology Association of Georgia
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