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Putting People First: Tools and Frameworks for DEI

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Putting People First: Tools and Frameworks for DEI

Time & Location

Jan. 21, 7:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. EST
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About the Event

Putting People First: Tools and Frameworks for DEI

With Faith Addicott, Staceye Randle and Fred Miller

In this engaging and highly participatory conversation, we will:

  1. Learn about different tools for doing DEI work that actually achieve change
  2. Connect with other OD professionals and DEI minded people to explore human centered solutions
  3. Begin to understand that there are multiple options, techniques, and tools outside of our traditional go-tos that can be applied to DEI work.

Date: Thursday, January 21, 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EST

Fee: Members are FREE, Guests $25 (CAD)

Location: Virtual - Zoom details to be provided

Our Conversation Leaders:

Faith Addicott

Faith is a graduate of the Master of Public Administration program at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. She focused her studies on organizational development, design thinking, systems thinking, and participatory leadership practices. She also holds a second Masters degree in Positive Organizational Development from Case Western Reserve University.

Faith has a robust understanding of the systems which define our world and the work we try to do. Inspired by the work of David Cooperrider, Peter Senge, Otto Scharmer, Peter Block, Margaret Wheatley and Randoph T. Hester, whose enlightened visions of systems change, design, and community engagement transformed her experience, Faith is looking to help heal broken communities. She is trained in Appreciative Inquiry, Restorative Justice, Holacracy, design thinking, systems thinking, the Art of Hosting, Intentional Change Theory, Resonant Leadership, and Organizational Diversity practices.

Staceye Randle

Staceye is a life-long learner passionate about being a change agent through sharing knowledge, developed when she taught in Dallas ISD for 15 years.  Desiring a change, Staceye then moved to central administration where she coordinated college and career readiness initiatives and brought career education programs to middle and elementary school students. Her next position focused on managing learning and development experiences, creating meaningful leadership development opportunities, and compliance training oversight.

Staceye holds a BS from Texas Woman’s University in Denton, TX, a MLA from Southern Methodist University, and an MPOD from Case Western Reserve University. She is a practitioner of Appreciative Inquiry, and an advocate of using strengths based systems for building organizational equity.

Frederick A. Miller

As CEO of The Kaleel Jamison Consulting Group, Inc.—named one of Consulting magazine’s “Seven Small Jewels”—Fred specializes in developing workforce strategies that accelerate results to deliver higher organizational performance. Cited as a forerunner of corporate change in The Age of Heretics, Fred has been honored as the OD Network’s youngest lifetime achievement award recipient and named one of the 40 Pioneers of Diversity by Profiles in Diversity Journal. He was managing editor of the classic The Promise of Diversity, and co-authored The Inclusion Breakthrough: Unleashing the Real Power of Diversity, Be BIG: Step Up, Step Out, Be Bold, and Opening Doors to Teamwork and Collaboration: 4 Keys that Change EVERYTHING. A past member of the board of directors of Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc., he serves on the boards of Day & Zimmermann, and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Center for Automated Technology Systems. He is an emeritus board member with NTL Institute, World Education, and Sage Colleges. In 2017, Fred was awarded an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters from The Sage Colleges.

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