Join us for a candid "fireside chat” with Robert
Johnson, Executive Coach and Mentor, and Managing Counsel at McDonald’s
Corporation. Robert is a member of the McDonald
Diversity and Inclusion faculty and travels the country to address
diversity issues. He speaks frequently on social
responsibility and is the recipient of numerous awards, including the
2009 Chicago United Business Leaders of Color Award.
Robert will highlight his personal experiences and
share perspective on the importance of:
Have your questions ready! This
discussion will shed new light on how to better position yourself in a
Seating is limited. Please register by
Wednesday, May 19. There is no cost to attend; however, you
must register in order to access the 15th floor of Deloitte’s building. After the program, join Robert and your fellow
attendees for more networking at a local restaurant. More
details to come!
5:30pm — Arrival /
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About Robert Johnson
Mr. Johnson is managing counsel at McDonald’s
Corporation and oversees its $55 million worker’s compensation program
for all of the domestic corporately owned restaurants. He was
responsible for the creation of the department in 2006 and the
implementation and management programs that have saved the corporation
over $15 million dollars since the inception of the department.
As a complement to his legal and business
experience, Mr. Johnson also has a special emphasis on addressing
diversity and social responsibility issues. He is a member of the
McDonald Diversity and Inclusion faculty and travels the country to
address diversity issues and to teach Black Career Development and
Intercultural Learning. He also serves on the Executive Advisory Board
of the National Urban League’s Black Executive Exchange Program, and he
serves on the board as the Vice Chair for the Common Ground Foundation.
He is a recipient of the 2009 Chicago United
Business Leaders of Color Award, the 2008 Council on Legal Educational
Opportunity Legacy Diversity Award, the 2006 National Eagle Leadership
Institute and Career Focus Magazine Eagle Award, the McDonald’s
Corporation 2003 Shining Light Award, and the YMCA of Metropolitan
Chicago 2002 Black & Hispanic Achiever Award.