Minola Clark Manson - Academy for Professional Excellence/SDSU
In alignment with the Academy’s vision, to “Revolutionize the way people work to ensure the world is a healthier place,” we set upon a journey to be a culturally responsive organization many years ago. The events of the summer of 2020 accelerated our pace as Leadership began to recognize that the organizational culture we had so carefully cultivated may be causing harm and creating inequities.
Through an open discussion between the CEO and a Director from the Academy for Professional Excellence, the progress from awareness to action in developing an anti-racist, recovery-oriented, and trauma-informed organization will be delineated. This discussion will reveal the stumbling blocks, tools, and actions employed to effectively maintain or build an inclusive workplace culture. The methods of using the organizational health framework to identify and address inequities and enhance employee experiences will be discussed. We will highlight how the effective recognition of differences in leadership styles and approaches helps to cultivate an inclusive culture.
1) Delineate differences in leadership styles and approaches to cultivate an inclusive culture.
2) Discuss how an organizational health framework can help identify and address inequities and enhance employee experiences.
3) Identify strategies leaders and organizations can employ to effectively maintain or build an inclusive culture in the workplace.
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