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Accountable Organizations

Accountability Principles
Worksheet created by the Puget Sound Cohort in partnership with Race Forward designed to assess organizational progress in deepening accountability and relationships with people of color-led organizations and communities most impacted by institutional and structural racism.  [Source]


Perceptions of Factors Associated With Inclusive Work and Learning Environments in Health Care Organizations
Diversifying the health care workforce remains a critical goal for health care organizations focused on reducing disparities in care. However, it remains unknown what factors create inclusive health system environments and help organizations retain a diverse workforce.  Qualitative study collecting stories reflecting inclusion or lack thereof within participants’ work environments. [Source]


The 5 Disciplines of Inclusive Leaders
Information from Korn Ferry on the positive impact of inclusive leadership and the five traits leaders should be cultivate in themselves and their organizations.  [Source]


Inclusive Leadership Compass
The Inclusive Leadership Compass orients leaders' attention towards the  critical sites of influence and action, helping them role model inclusion intentionally and confidently in different leadership contexts. [Source]


What Leaders Must Do Today to Address Systemic Racism
Laura Morgan Roberts is professor of practice at the Darden School of Business and co-editor of "Race, Work, and Leadership," a book about what organizations to can do to eliminate systemic racism. She discusses how various companies are responding to racism today — and practical ways that leaders at all levels can step up for their colleagues of color. 

 

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