2016 Program Details
Agenda - Friday, April 26, 2019
8:00AM – 4:00PMPreliminary Program – subject to change
Coffee & Networking
|8:30am||Welcome and Opening Remarks|
|9:00am||From Line Staff to the C-Suite: Ensuring diversity and inclusion at all levels of hiring|
Jessica Forsyth, Indira Gujral, and Susan Motika
|12:00pm||Lunch and Networking|
|12:45pm||Using Stay Interviews to Retain Valuable Employees|
|2:45pm||Equity and Inclusion as a Personal Choice: Creating a safe, respectful, supportive and inclusive culture at work|
|4:00pm||Program Closure and Networking|
Lunch Choices (to be selected at time of registration)
- Roasted Turkey & Avocado Sandwich – with spring mixed greens, tomatoes, havarti cheese, pesto mayo and balsamic onions on Dave’s Killer Bread
- Roasted Chicken Breast Salad – with farro, rainbow kale and tomato salad with a champagne vinaigrette
- Cucumber and Avocado Sandwich – with herbed goat cheese, lettuce, alfalfa sprouts, fresh lemon juice, sea salt and pepper on Dave’s Killer Bread (vegetarian)
- Chickpea and Eggplant Salad – with extra virgin olive oil, lemon zest, fresh tomatoes, slivered almonds and parsley served on a bed or romaine lettuce (gluten free and vegan)
Arapahoe Community College
5900 S. Santa Fe Drive
Littleton, CO 80120-1801
Directions & Map
Carpool/Bike/Transit/Walk for Prizes
We are incentivizing alternative transportation to limit our parking presence, as well as to encourage environmental responsibility. All participants who carpool, use transit, and/or walk or bike to this event will be entered into a drawing to win prizes. Examples of prizes from last year include:
9:00 a.m. - A No-Fault Conversation about Race: How we got here isn’t necessarily where we need to go
Nita Mosby Tyler
Diversity, Inclusivity and Equity have become words that can either inspire understanding or ignite discourse. At the core of all of these discussions is race. This sometimes-uncomfortable topic can cause each of us to retreat or advance in our understanding of one another. During this interactive, fireside-chat-style session, Nita will explore the advantage of understanding race to further develop our leadership expert power, steps to lead authentic and gracious conversations about race, and how-to’s to promote a culture of inclusion using the lens of race as a guide. Participants will practice using several tools and learning circle opportunities for creating race/cultural responsiveness in their personal and professional lives.
Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler is the Chief Catalyst for The Equity Project.
12:45 p.m. - So You want to Serve on a Board of Directors?
Jeremy P. Anderson
Are you interested in joining a board of directors but unsure of where to start and what to do? Jeremy will present ideas, tools and resources to help you explore WHY board service matters to you, understand WHAT you should be doing, and discover HOW you can be most effective. He will help clarify your legal duties, official responsibilities, and organization expectations, while sharing practical tips and tricks for engaging in a meaningful and impactful way. Whether you serve on a board now or have been unsure of how to take your first step, you will be prepared and inspired to be the best board member you can be!
Mr. Jeremy P. Anderson is a personal coach, author and consultant.
2:45 p.m. - Laughter and Leadership
Elizabeth Frazier Scherer
Elizabeth Frazier Scherer will lead a group of improv performers from several troupes in the metro area. An improvisation performance will be followed by a presentation on “improv skills for leadership,” and group improvisation games with audience participation. Prepare to experience the humorous side of leadership.
Elizabeth Frazier Scherer is an Environment Leader, Actress, Comedienne, and Coach.
LIFE 2018 Emcee
Joshua Scott, MS, is Director of Continuing Education for the Center for Health, Work and Environment; Director of Education for Health Links Colorado, and an instructor in the Colorado School of Public Health for the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health. Through these roles, Josh regularly lectures and conducts community training events on the organization of workplace well-being, occupational stress management, and Total Worker Health® leadership. Josh also comes from a lineage of stress management educators and practitioner, coteaching his first stress management course in higher education with his father, almost 15 years ago.
The Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), including its chapters, is a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. An Application is pending for this program to be designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialist (MCHES) to receive up to 5.5 total Category I Continuing Education Contact Hours (CECH). Maximum Advanced-level continuing education contact hours available are 5.5.