Embracing The Power of a Diverse and Inclusive Workplace

Date04/26/2018   |   Time9:30 am - 4:30 pm  

Location:
Huntington Bank Room Toledo-Lucas County Public Library
325 Michigan Street
Toledo, OH 43604
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Contact: Toni Shoola, Associate Director
Phone: 419-241-9513
Email: toni@c4npr.org

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This workshop is eligible for 6 hours in the Leadership and Human Resources Track of the Certificate in Nonprofit Management.

This workshop is the second of four in the Minority Executive Leadership Certificate.

Approved for 6.0 CFRE Credits.


Workshop description: 
With a diversity of experience, expertise, and perspectives, a nonprofit is in a stronger position to plan for the future, manage risk, make prudent decisions, and take full advantage of opportunities. But diversity doesn’t work without inclusion strategies and practices. Just recruiting and hiring won’t allow you to truly take advantage of the power of a diverse workplace. A diverse and inclusive workplace has increased creativity – a variety of different people from various backgrounds working together will get you better solutions to problems. Diversity encourages personal growth – employees are encouraged to learn new ideas, perspective and connect intellectually and personally to different people. And, employees who have different worldviews can think more independently. If you have similar people at an organization, it’s harder to solve complex problems.

This workshop will include:

  • The importance of building an inclusive and equitable culture
  • How to create a common definition for diversity, inclusion and equity
  • Understanding the business case for workplace diversity, inclusion and equity
  • Ways to reduce institutional and interpersonal bias
  • Practical exercises to explore and discover participant's identities
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Target Audience:
Staff members, Executive directors, Board members, General Public and Volunteers

Presenter's Bio:
Katena Cain is a professional consultant skilled at helping diverse groups and communities think creatively and collaboratively together. She empowers people to translate conflict and differences into creative breakthrough. She is a management consultant with Nonprofit Network where is skilled in cognitive coaching, is a certified Bridges Out of Poverty trainer and is a co-creator of a statewide Diversity, Inclusion and Equity toolkit. Additionally, Katena specializes in leadership and team development, board governance, strategic planning and communication. Her passion is creating environments where individuals, teams and organizations can transform and shift old ways of doing things.

At Nonprofit Network, Katena’s ongoing clients represent a broad range of groups, including police departments, local municipalities, schools, religious institutions, social services and human services. Her training, coaching and consulting services have been experienced with rave reviews by leaders in Michigan’s nonprofit sector. Katena serves on the board of da Vinci Institute in Jackson, MI and holds a bachelor’s degree from Michigan State University, a Master’s degree in Organizational Management from Spring Arbor University and is a PhD candidate in Organizational Leadership at Grand Canyon University.

Event Logistics:

  • Workshop registration starts at 9:15 am.
  • The cost of the workshop does not include lunch.
  • A map of lunch options will be provided in an email sent to you prior to the workshop.
  • Workshop slides will be emailed to you prior to the workshop.
  • Morning coffee will be provided.
  • Water will be provided throughout the day.

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