The Series on Racial Equity and Inclusion: Are We There Yet? How to define and develop an inclusive internal organizational culture that is relevant, responsive and respected in a world of change
Join this presentation and conversation to learn how to analyze and communicate your internal culture to your employees and stakeholders in ways that encourage inclusion, belonging and equity.
The presenters will discuss ways to:
- Develop and maintain a relevant internal corporate culture
- Incorporate a DEI mindset that allows 360-degree thinking and communication
- Create a dynamic, inclusive culture that is more fluid than flat
Attendees will look at the seven cultural elements that you should communicate and recognize internally as well as learn how to cultivate an internal organizational culture that embeds DEI in its foundation. The session will explore the power of conversation, cultivation, connection, and community in a world where communication and culture does really matter. Attendees will come away with an understanding of their seven elements which will help them determine their organization's best approach to creating a relevant, inclusive company culture.
Janine Fondon, President, UnityFirst.com and Professor of Communications at Bay Path University
Suzanne Boniface, Consultant in Marketing, Public Relations and Fund Development, Adjunct Professor of Communications, UMass Amherst, AIC, Westfield State, and Bay Path University
Presented by Enterprise Bank in partnership with Greater Lowell Chamber of Commerce, Greater Lowell Community Foundation, LDFC, Lowell Plan, Lawrence Partnership, Essex County Community Foundation, Nonprofit Alliance of Greater Lowell, Harbor Care and The Theodore Edson Parker Foundation.
Date and Time
Thursday Oct 6, 2022
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM EDT