In Conversation with Cisco’s Chuck Robbins, Chair and CEO and Fran Katsoudas, EVP and Chief People, Policy & Purpose Officer | Moderated by Ellen McGirt, Senior Editor, Fortune

"An organization built on connection and trust, Cisco has spent over 25 years on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For® List. With a ‘for all’ mindset, Cisco’s leaders advance equity through intentional and thoughtful initiatives, support for employees’ mental health and wellbeing, and investments in training, mentorship, career development, and internal movement for its people.

Cisco is committed to creating a workplace where every employee is seen and feels comfortable bringing their whole selves to work, and where the potential for advancement is truly equitable. This begins with building a culture of transparent, reciprocal communication between leadership and all employees, including through Inclusive Communities like Employee Resource Organizations (EROs) and Employee Networks, which inform the design and execution of data-driven plans to create change. Cisco is also committed to advancing equity around the world and has articulated a set of social justice actions that include advocating for equal rights legislation, increasing vendor and supplier diversity, devoting resources to close the digital divide, and ensuring its technology and operations protect human rights for all.

Join Chuck Robbins and Fran Katsoudas as they discuss how Cisco builds a conscious culture, integrates purpose into all aspects of its business, and drives sustainability practices and initiatives. Learn how Cisco empowers leaders to connect to the company’s vision of powering an inclusive future for all, and why 98% of employees are “proud to tell others” that they work at Cisco."