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Inclusion Insights February 2018

Posted By Jennifer Gill, Thursday, February 22, 2018
Updated: Thursday, February 22, 2018
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February 22, 2018

Welcome to the seventh edition of Inclusion Insights, a regular publication
of LeadingAge North Carolina highlighting trends, practices,
and news related to inclusion and diversity issues in aging services.
We welcome your feedback, questions, and ideas.


Board Smarts: What's Missing?
December 1, 2017, Associations Now

Ever feel like your community is the only one struggling with board diversity? You are not alone. This article highlights how one nonprofit is addressing the issue. The organization is developing cultural competency efforts to identify, recruit, and elect a diverse and talented board. Read more.

Top 7 Diversity and Inclusion Trends in 2017
December 21, 2017, Society for Human Resource Management

In one link gain access to the Society of Human Resource Management's top seven diversity and inclusion articles from 2017. Topics covered include Millennials, older workers, sexual harassment and more.

Why Black Employees Hesitate to Open Up About Themselves
March-April 2018, Harvard Business Review

Research shows that people are more likely to be promoted when they are part of the social fabric at work. What if you are an excellent contributor, but socializing feels risky because you are not sure if your cultural frame of reference will be understood or accepted? These authors suggest several ways to create a more open and curious informal daily dialogue among co-workers, as well as what leaders might read, how to structure mentoring programs, and what kinds of events tend to facilitate authentic interactions among co-workers of all backgrounds. Read more.

A $6 Million Initiative Aims to Diversify Museum Leadership
November 29, 2017, The New York Times

Art museums in New Orleans, Boston, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, and Chicago are among 20 chosen to develop innovative strategies to diversify art museum leadership. Organizers hope to compile the results of the initiatives to provide potential solutions for other institutions. The $6 million campaign is funded by the Ford Foundation and the Walton Family Foundation to help cultural institutions reflect demographics of the U.S.  Read more.


Diversity: The Latest Research
2016, Harvard Business Review

Editors at Harvard Business Review collected 20 of their best research articles on diversity and inclusion and organized them with discussion questions to help your organization. The table of contents on page three will help you select the articles you want to read; they cover gender, race, LGBT and culture. The collection may hold some gems as we all contemplate ways to make sure our organizations are as diverse and inclusive as possible.

Gen Silent

2010, Stu Maddux

Thanks to one of our members who reminded us of this award-winning video resource. A documentary released in 2010, Gen Silent was filmed over one year as producer Stu Maddux followed six LGBT older adults living in the Boston area. The viewer follows them as they navigate the long term care system and face gut wrenching decisions about whether to be open about their sexuality in order to survive in a system that is not inherently accepting. LeadingAge North Carolina screened this film at the 2015 Spring Conference.


Strong Hearts, Open Hearts at Carol Woods and AKA


Residents at Carol Woods in Chapel Hill celebrated February's Heart Health Awareness Month by being active. A Cardio 'n Tone class on campus was held for residents as well as members of the Mu Omicron Omega chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority in Chapel Hill. Way to keep your hearts healthy and strong together!

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