A Culture of Diversity and Inclusion 2020+ and Beyond: Why here, Why now, Why YOU -- (LIVE STREAM DATE) April 18, 2019
- Registration Closed
This session will offer provocative discussion, around the key drivers to diversity and inclusion, and what are considered the threats to inclusion. This experience will be the first step in developing your diversity and inclusion strategy for you and your organization in preparing for a changing demographic in terms of work¬force and future occupants.
Important Essential Elements of Diversity and Inclusion will include the following:
Unpacking yourself, your belief structure, and the role of the leader in both culture expectation setting and leading culture change. Exposing the audience to both Implicit (unconscious bias) and understanding the importance of “Trust” in the organization, while preparing for Diversity and Inclusion 2020 and beyond
In this interactive, engaging full day session attendees will be able to first start to look at themselves and answer the question “ who am I”. In this session we will begin to explore ourselves, and what we think and believe about others (particularly those who are different than ourselves) and understand when, where, and why we have these beliefs.
Following this session, participants will be able to:
- Describe diversity and inclusion and understand the markers and threats to aninclusive environment·
- Fully understand how we all have bias (without any shame or guilt) and how bias permeates within our beliefs, policies, and organizational practices and thinking
- Be in a better place for a paradigm shift in fully embracing Diversity and Inclusion, not from a place of only Race and Gender, but as way of life for the individual and an important organizational value for 2020+
- Leaders/C-Suite Decision-makers in Continuing Care Retirement Communities, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Centers, Assisted Living Communities, and Home Health Providers. Including: Owners, CEOs, Executive Directors, Administrators
- Assisted Living Manager
- Social Worker
This program is sponsored by The Beacon Institute and approved for 5.0 continuing education credits / contact hours.
This program is approved by the National Continuing Education Review Service (NCERS) of the National Association of Boards of Examiners of Long Term Care Administrators.
Assisted Living Manager
This program is approved by the office of Healthcare Quality (OHCQ) for continuing education credits for assisted living manager
This course is approved by the Maryland Board of Social Worker Examiners for Category I continuing education for social workers in Maryland
Refunds, minus a $75 processing fee per registrant, will be honored if requested in writing SEVEN (7) business days prior to the date of the seminar. In the event of emergency, attendees may send substitutions in their places without prior notification. Additional fees may apply