I Follow the Leader heightens awareness and readiness of DEI initiatives within companies. Using the P.A.C.E. framework, we move businesses along the diversity continuum, improve their overall culture, and help leaders take action to increase profitability, creativity, and innovation. Our consultants work with a wide array of stakeholders across small businesses, nonprofits, universities, and large enterprises.
Since being founded by Antoinetta Mosley in 2016, I Follow the Leader has engaged thousands of professionals on DEI-related topics.
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Maybe you've started taking DEI seriously at your organization. Maybe you've been wanting to get started and have felt overwhelmed at where to begin. In either case, this conversation is for you.
Join Antoinetta Mosley, skilled DEI consultant and Founder of "I Follow the Leader, LLC", as she leads us through the practical steps any organization can take to actually move the needle on their DEI initiatives, as well as uncovering some of the common pitfalls of trying to do "the work"
Topic: How to Change your DEI Culture in One Month
While many organizations use the buzzwords diversity,’ ‘equity,’ and ‘inclusion’ as a value, employees can’t articulate actions by their leadership around this pivotal issue. If you want to ignite excitement and purpose around DEI at your workplace, this session will provide actionable steps you can take to spearhead change at any size organization, and share resources including a workplace checklist, tips on how to form a DEI working group, and statistics that help support your case for DEI.
At the heart of our Meals on Wheels mission is health, compassion, safety, and connection for all of America’s seniors who are in greatest economic and social need. And while our programs serve racially, ethnically and socioeconomically diverse populations, and racial equity has been championed in organizations across the country, the reality is unconscious bias and systemic racism still exists leaving many people both outside and inside our organizations not treated equally. This Listen & Learn Panel discussion provides an opportunity for Black Meals on Wheels professionals to share their insights and experiences both personally and professionally as we all witness one of the largest social justice movements since the 1960’s. Join us in our journey to listen, learn and challenge our own beliefs so that we can better serve our communities and more equitably run our organizations.
This year workplaces have been having “courageous conversations” about race, diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) more than ever. How do you ensure that this hot topic is a part of strategic conversations long-term? As the United States and workforce continue to become more diverse, having the skills, knowledge, and ability to have difficult conversations about race and DEI with staff, board members, donors, funders, and other stakeholders will be critical.
This session will focus on three areas: