Boards have to have some really serious conversations around, what does this mean for our organization? What is the vision for our organization? What’s going to be different? How will being more diverse and inclusive help position us for the future?
Vernetta Walker

Why Hospice Boards Should Be Focusing on Diversity and Inclusion

Diverse teams tend to be a lot better at problem-solving. They’re more creative. They bring different perspectives into the room as opposed to homogeneous teams or groups of individuals. They also have the ability to better relate to the community they serve.

Vernetta Walker

CEO, Vernetta Walker & Associates Consulting, Inc.

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In this interview you will learn the definitions and differences between diversity, equity, and inclusion, the improved quality of care that comes from raising awareness around unconscious bias, and how to start what could be an uncomfortable conversation. Select your payment option below.



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