Inclusion is about creating an optimal workplace environment and culture where everyone can do their best work. Micro-inequities and aggressions damage relationships, trust, a sense of belonging, and employee engagement. Attend this workshop to learn more about how people can deal effectively with these situations. Participants will also discuss how to proactively contribute to a more inclusive workplace environment by committing micro-affirmations – positive, affirming behaviors and language to lift up others.

Missouri: 1.2 hours bias or ethics credit
California: 1.0 hour recognition and elimination of bias or ethics credit
Illinois: 1.0 hour professional responsibility/diversity and inclusion credit
Texas: 1.0 hour ethics credit (pending)

Kathleen Nalty, Kathleen Nalty Consulting

Thursday, July 15, 2021

Begins at 11:00 AM Central Time


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