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Micro-Inequities at Work
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5/19/2016
When: May 19, 2016
9:00am - 11:00am
Where: Clinton Foundation
1271 Avenue of the Americas
42nd floor
New York, Clinton Foundation  10020
United States
Contact: Lisa Glass


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We will explore ways to turn micro-inequities into micro-affirmations to foster inclusion and shared successes. We will discuss how micro inequities as defined by MIT Professor Mary Rowe are subtle slights and snubs that devalue and employee, subtle iterations which are perceived as imbalances of human actions, communicating who is in the inner circle and who is not and indirect offenses that can demoralize an employee. The presenter will ask the questions: Can I touch your hair? Where are you from? No really where are you from?

Presenters Bio:

Kim-Monique Johnson, MSW has over twenty-five years of health care and non-profit experience, Kim-Monique uses her training, group facilitation, and organizational development expertise to help organizations manage change, implement diversity and inclusion strategies, and develop its leaders. She has delivered training and written curricula for community-based organizations, universities, health care corporations, criminal justice institutions, and government agencies. Kim-Monique incorporates her work experience and education to coach leaders so that together they build trust, take risks, and celebrate results.

Kim-Monique served as the chief human resources officer for Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) during a period of rapid growth, unprecedented media attention, and threats of Congressional legislation to defund the organization as it neared its 100th anniversary. During that time she served as an internal coach having worked with senior leadership to help them gain executive presence and demonstrate calm leadership under tremendous pressure. Prior to her five-year tenure at PPFA, Kim-Monique worked for fifteen years as a civil servant for the Nassau County Department of Drug and Alcohol Addiction on Long Island, NY. As the assistant director of health services, she coordinated change management and staff development for over 1,300 employees following a merger of eight county health and human service departments. As an HR consultant, she has worked with JDRF in the fight to end type-one diabetes and with Food Bank For New York City in the fight to end hunger.

She has delivered training and written curricula for community-based organizations, universities, health care corporations, criminal justice institutions, and government agencies. As an authorized partner with Wiley Publishing, Kim-Monique provides insights with Everything DiSC® Based Learning Solutions to help individuals, teams and organizations identify their strengths, motivations, and communication styles for creating effective relationships at work.

She earned her bachelor of arts degree in psychology from The Johns Hopkins University and her master of social work degree from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.

Meeting Information:

The meeting is scheduled to begin at 9:00 am. It will be hosted by Philippe Rosen, Director of International Human Resources located at 1271 Avenue if the Americas, 42nd Floor, NYC 10020

Please feel free to take the “1" or "N,Q, R” train to 50th Street.

As customary, please feel free to extend this invitation to your colleagues.

This session has been approved for HRCI Credit.

Please RSVP no later than Monday, May 16th. Your name will need to be on the HRPANO list for security and you must have ID to enter the building. We will need an accurate list of guests and there is a maximum of 35 seats.

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