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Confronting the Workforce Crisis Through a DEI Lens: A Governance Perspective

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  • Original recording date: Monday, July 26, 2022

    Top Trends Affecting Older Adult Services: A Governance Perspective

    Hear key trends in our field extracted from Ziegler’s extensive proprietary research and provider case studies and discuss how governing boards can leverage this business intelligence into their strategic planning process.

    Mark Landreville, Managing Director, Aaron Schroeder, Director, and Christie Rappl, Vice President, Ziegler, Minneapolis (invited)

    The State of Workforce in Older Adult Services

    Review the latest statistics about the state of workforce in older adult services in Minnesota and on the national scene.

    Jenna Kellerman, Director of Workforce Strategy & Development, LeadingAge, Washington, D.C.; and Anna Mowry, Director of Workforce Solutions, LeadingAge Minnesota, St. Paul

    DEI and Workforce in Older Adult Services: A Governance Perspective

    •Refresh your knowledge about DEI (Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion) and its various language iterations in today’s cultural environment.

    •Study the correlation between a strong and intentional DEI culture and the ability to attract and retain a sustainable workforce.

    •Discuss the governance perspective on the creation of a DEI initiative that aligns with your organization’s mission, vision, and values.

    •Consider the business case of embracing a culture of DEI that will contribute positively to operational, talent, and financial success.

    •Participate in a shared learning experience with leaders from other organizations that are considering or engaged in a DEI initiative.

    •Identify where your organization falls on the DEI continuum and take away actionable steps to either start or continue the journey.

    Sandra Ogunremi, DHA, MSA, B. Pharm, CCDP, CDM, MPM, SCPM, CLC Director, Diversity, Inclusion and Spiritual Care Services, Monument Health, Rapid City, S.D.

    This program meets the CEU approval criteria for the Minnesota Board of Executives for Long Term Services and Supports (MN-BELTSS).