Gain new insight into the importance of a cultural plan and how to best utilize the plan for your organization.
Many funders of nonprofits and accreditation programs require a cultural diversity plan. Nonprofits not only need a diversity, equity, and inclusion plan for whom they serve, but for whom they employ and engage on a daily basis. This topic will help you understand the importance of a cultural plan and will help you be able to solicit support throughout your organization based on the learning objectives from this material.
The Case to Build a Culture With Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Process to Build a Culture With Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Definitions for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
The Case Studies That Influence You to Build a Culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
How to Build a Culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Developing New Job Descriptions
Developing a New Hiring Process
Developing a New Approach to Training
An Innovative Recognition Program That Supports a Diverse Culture
Building Communication Plans Around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Employee Resource Groups
Hunger For Success
- CEO, NEA, LLC (Nonprofit Engagement Advisors)
- Over 25 years nonprofit and Fortune 250 management including but not limited to budgeting, finance, grant writing, strategic planning, board training, retention of donors, employees, volunteers, and professional development
- Conducts regular seminars and workshops throughout the west coast; living in the Portland, Oregon metro area
- Author of Downsizing: Alternatives for Companies; a resource for those affected
- Podcast on iTunes, Spodify, and Podbean for Hunger For Success
- B.A. degree in environmental and occupational health; M.B.A. degree in nonprofit management specializing in finance and budgeting
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