Do you feel like you are working in an inclusive environment? Organizations of all kinds – including corrections – have wrestled with how to create an inclusive culture and promote inclusivity for decades. Now the stakes are even higher to develop and cultivate a culture that promotes excellence by leveraging everyone’s skills, abilities, knowledge, and workplace experiences. Focusing on your workforce’s diverse talents will promote a heightened awareness of each person’s contribution and produce higher performing teams.
If you are interested in being part of a team where everyone can contribute and feel they are a valued member, this one-hour interactive webinar sponsored by the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) will benefit you. In this webinar, we’ll explore the benefits of building inclusion across multi-disciplinary teams in corrections to increase cultural awareness, operational effectiveness, and program efficacy.
Takeaways : Building Inclusion: (I.C.E)
- Increase effective communication and collaboration between teams and working units
- Codify processes and behaviors that promote innovative solutions to complex issues
- Excel in the face of organizational change
Alfranda Durr, CEO ALD & Associates LLC
Kari Heistad, CEO Cultural Coach International
Alfranda (Al) and Kari are Certified Diversity and Inclusion Practitioners with 40 plus years of combined experience conducting in-person and virtual training on a wide range of Human Resources, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion topics. Al and Kari have partnered on a popular diversity webinar series covering a wide range of diversity topics. Combined, Al and Kari bring varied perspectives and ways of seeing the world to their presentations.
Who Should Attend?
Any employee of a federal, state, local, or tribal correctional jurisdiction.
How Do I Register?
Follow this link to register in NIC’s WebEx Event Center https://nicmeetings.webex.com/
Who Do I Contact for More Information?
Belinda D. Stewart, Correctional Program Specialist, Prisons Division
Webinar Technical Contact
Scott W. Richards, Correctional Program Specialist, Prisons Division