Organizations and Collaborations Must Organize Differently to Achieve  a Culture for Equity and Inclusion. 

A Culture for Equity and Inclusion is a critical component of successful collaboration. Building a culture of equity and inclusion requires individual and organizational level work. Although some organizations have undertaken this challenge, they have experienced mixed results at best, which lead to the following issues: 

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Inability or Trouble Hiring People of a Particular Cultural/Racial Background

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Cultural/Racial Conflicts Within Workforce 

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Cultural/Racial Isolation and or Separation Across Workforce

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High Turnover Rate of Culturally/Racially Diverse Empolyees

 

A New Approach to Organizing A Culture For Equity and Inclusion

With the guidance of the Mill City Kids Initiative, we have developed a unique approach to support organizations and collaborations in fostering a Culture for Equity and Inclusion. As discribed below our approach combines historical trauma training, organizational assessments, behavioral and leadership consulting, and change management support. 

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Business/Organization Assessment

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Organizational Foundation Setting in Historical Trauma

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Equity and Inclusion Dialogue

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Business/Organization Policy, Practice, & Process Audit 

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Systems Change Plans & Implementation

 
 
 

Our Culture for Equity & InclusionTeam

We draw on the rich experience of the following collaboration members:

 
 
 
 

Nancy Bordeaux