Develop the Mindset and Practice Needed for Equity-Minded Leadership

Join us for a four-part series that will equip women leaders to effectively meet the evolving needs of the workplace as institutions strive to live into their mission and/or core values around diversity, equity, inclusion, and access. Participants will develop the skills needed to translate institutional values and aspirations into tangible actions that close equity gaps in policies, practices, experiences, and outcomes among groups that have been historically excluded, marginalized, and underserved. Leading from an equity lens involves forming a holistic approach to integrate equity in all decision-making, problem solving, and innovation. Honing an equity lens requires evidence-based analysis, alignment with institutional priorities, and intentional planning to dismantle longstanding structural barriers. This session will emphasize leadership predicated on racially equitable tenets and practices that when implemented appropriately, advance progress for all historically marginalized and underserved groups. Using readings, expert-led discussions, and weekly equity-oriented leadership competency development assignments, this virtual four-session series will provide participants with knowledge and skill-building to be the equity-minded leaders institutions need.

Program Details
Dates: October 3, 10, 17 & 24
Program Fee: $1,599

Final Registration Deadline:

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The Course Curriculum & Schedule

This series consists of four 2-hour sessions with expert practitioners delivering the curriculum. All sessions will take place on Mondays, 4:30-6:30 PM ET.

Key Learning Outcomes:  

  1. Understand the theoretical underpinnings of equity-mindedness and how to integrate an equity lens in all aspects of your leadership. 
  2. Understand the theory and application of racially equitable data and inquiry practices to drive institutional change. 
  3. Enhance knowledge and ability to create a racial equity action plan for institutional change. 
  4. Explore strategies for deepening equity leadership and scaling the work for racial equity on your campus.

Session One: Centralizing Racial Equity in our Leadership Practices

Session Two: Utilizing Equity-Oriented Data Practices

Session Three: Creating and Implementing Racial Equity Action Plan

Session Four: Leading Through Racial Equity

Register for the Fall Equity Minded Leadership Series by Deadline.

Interested in the Spring 2022 Cohort?

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