ATD Inclusion Design Sprint
Ready for something completely different? How about designing new solutions for organizational equity?
In this Next Steps for Equity design thinking session, you will learn to design and implement new and innovative ideas when it comes to equity, antiracism, bias, and inclusion in your organization.
In this highly interactive session, you will discover the challenges that exist for diverse professionals and mine your own experiences better to recognize systemic barriers to real inclusion and success. You'll also brainstorm the unique challenges facing diverse professionals in your own organization. You'll experience the Five Whys exercise and discover how to find root causes of the most pressing DEI challenges. Finally, you'll apply the Five Whys framework to one of your challenges and design a solution for the root cause that meets the speaker's Four Pillars DEI strategy.
In the end, you'll develop a habit-forming initiative that will encourage stakeholders to adopt the solution to improve DEI in your organization!
1. Build awareness of DEI challenges that face employees and stakeholders
2. Adopt a new framework for addressing DEI challenges
3. Design a communication strategy for sharing the solutions
Time | Section
6:00 PM - 6:15 PM | Chapter Announcements
6:15 PM - 6:45 PM | Chapter Networking
6:45PM - 7:45 PM | Presentation
7:45 PM - 8:00 PM | Presentation Q&A and Meeting Close
Our Presenter: Michelle Silverthorn, Diversity Speaker, Author, Consultant
Michelle Silverthorn believes that diversity and inclusion need a new voice for a new generation. A recognized expert in organizational inclusion, Michelle has worked with Fortune 500 companies, tech start-ups, non-profit organizations, universities, and numerous companies across every industry. From thousand-person conferences to twenty-person workshops, Michelle equips all of her audiences with the knowledge and skillst o finally move forward on diversity and inclusion.
A graduate of Princeton University and the University of Michigan Law School, Michelle practiced for two large law firms in New York and Chicago. She then transitioned into the education field where she trained thousands in-person and online. She has been featured on NPR, PBS and in several publications including Bloomberg, the Chicago Tribune, and Fortune Magazine. She is a TEDx speaker and the author of the best-selling book, Authentic Diversity, How to Change the Workplace For Good.
Michelle previously worked as an arts and entertainment journalist in Trinidad and Tobago, a researcher in Puno, Peru, and Geneva, Switzerland, and as a volunteer teacher in Gaborone, Botswana and Almaty, Kazakhstan. Michelle grew up in the Caribbean and now lives in Michigan with her husband Daniel and their two daughters.
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