Session One: June 30
A New Referee for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Implementation
This session establishes why equity remains the missing element in achieving a more inclusive and diverse work environment. It focuses on orienting participants to the key concepts and application of equity in multiple settings and defines key terms that will be referenced throughout the series. This session is crucial to the series. If a registrant must miss this session, a recording will be provided.
Session Two: July 14
As approaches to diversity, equity and inclusion continue to expand within a 21st century cultural framework, so should your tactics. This session examines scenarios that routinely surface in organizations during DEI strategy implementation. Healthcare leaders will learn how to engage managers and teams in every step of their DEI strategy journey.
Session Three: July 28
Using blockbuster movies and favorite television shows as examples, this session helps you understand the art of equitable messaging that connects with the emotions of diversity, equity and inclusion. You will begin to better understand and calibrate your advertising, media and business-to-business relationships.
Session Four: August 11
Equitable Partnership Building
Sustainable DEI approaches require strategic partnerships that can protect your organizational vulnerabilities and bolster long-term goals. Nurturing relationships with civic groups or organizations that are also attempting to enhance their DEI presence can be difficult. We often say “yes” to everyone in the afterglow of DEI initialization, but how can we find partners that enhance our efforts and increase our DEI credibility? This session educates healthcare leaders on what Jenkins calls the “win-when partnership assessment framework” and how to identify and nurture nontraditional partnerships.
Session Five: August 31
Diversity Pipeline Development
Every organization wants to increase their diversity portfolio, but they often struggle with executing an effective strategy. This session guides participants through effective minority pipeline development, including identifying the professional and personal racial affinity member organizations that build our strategy, and the do’s and do nots of pipeline development.