For years, nonprofits have been trying to find ways to address diversity and inclusion (D&I). Many start out with forming a committee, publishing a diversity statement, or looking to HR for workforce approaches.
Measuring success in diversity and inclusion efforts [beyond the numbers] has proved difficult over the years. True success would mean focusing on changing our attitudes and behavior.
So how do we begin to measure the way we think, speak, and feel? How can we really embrace diversity and be more inclusive? How do we measure our success?
Join us to learn how over 100 nonprofit leaders approached these questions and more during a year-long study in 2010 conducted by Immense Business Solutions.
Class participants will learn:
The importance of embracing diversity and inclusion and why it is still relevant in today’s workplace and governance
Getting beyond the numbers, diversity statements and focusing on changing attitudes and behavior
Overcoming challenges with diversity and inclusion programs
This course is the recording of a live webinar and contains the slides and full audio from the original presentation (including Q & A sessions). Only a reasonably current version of FlashPlayer is needed to run this recording (most computers already have this installed).
About the Presenter(s)
Tangie Newborn President
Immense Business Solutions, LLC
Tangie Newborn is President of Immense Business Solutions, a full-service consulting firm – specializing in business development, association management and the implementation of business strategies to reaching strategic growth. A global thinker, she brings vision and leadership, by setting goals that will grow one’s vision; and she quickly distinguishes herself as a straight-talker with a healthy balance of optimism and realism.
Prior to full-time consultancy, Tangie was CEO of the Alliance for Nonprofit Management and other associations and nonprofits. She also serves on a variety of nonprofit boards. She is a member of the editorial advisory board of Nonprofit World Magazine; a long-time member and volunteer of American Society of Association Executives (ASAE); and a faculty member of the ASAE Center U. She has been featured in numerous publications: Nonprofit World Magazine, Associations Now, Chronicle of Philanthropy, CEO Update, Nonprofit Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Tangie co-authored the book Membership Operations, a core competency management series.