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Creating a Culture of Inclusion

This is the second installment of a two-part training series to support nonprofit professionals in eliminating the potential for bias in their organizations. Completion of the first course, Strategies for Eliminating Bias in Nonprofit Organizations, is foundational and required to take part in this class.

In this course, you’ll discover best practices for establishing and maintaining a culture of inclusion in your organizations. Activities will include: examining case studies of nonprofit organizations currently implementing anti-bias and racism initiatives; group exercises to dissect and address issues of potential bias in the workplace; and action planning to promote an environment of inclusion and safety for both employees and consumers who are, historically, most likely to be on the receiving end of prejudice, discrimination, and exclusion.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe two best practices for activating and maintaining a culture of inclusion.
  • Implement two best practices to eliminate the potential for bias and promote diversity in the talent recruitment and hiring process.
  • Respond to incidents of bias in the workplace.

AUDIENCE

Best for organizational leaders – executives, senior-level HR professionals, and staff – as well as managers/supervisors, especially those overseeing program teams and other units that face and engage with local communities.

FACILITATOR

Tiffany Simpson-Crumpley is the founder of Nia Unlimited Consulting Services LLC, a firm developed in 2007 to transform the health care experience through training for healthcare and non-profit professionals, motivational speaking, and virtual program management. Devoting her career to equitable access to health and social services for low-wealth communities, Tiffany has held senior leadership positions with the South Carolina Office of Rural Health, Mecklenburg County Area Mental Health in Charlotte, North Carolina and City of Berkeley Public Health Department in California. Tiffany holds dual bachelor degrees in Health Science and African American Studies from San Jose State University. She received her Master’s degree in Health Services Administration from Saint Mary’s College of California.

Dates

  • December 15, 2021

Time

9:00 am - 12:30 pm ET

Address

Online Class
You will receive log-in information after registering for the course.

Registration Details

Fees
Member: $85
Nonmember: $110

Questions? Contact us at [email protected] or 678-916-3081.


December 15, 2021
Please be sure you have attended the prerequisite Strategies for Eliminating Bias in Nonprofit Organizations prior to registering for this course. 
Bundle & Save: Save $20 when you register for both classes.