WEBINAR: How to overcome DEI challenges in the healthcare industry

Did you know only 39% of healthcare professionals “feel respected” in their organizations? (Emtrain’s Workplace Research and Insights).

The healthcare industry has an increasing responsibility to improve DEI initiatives for medical professionals, patients, and patients’ families. Creating a sense of inclusion and belonging is a skill that can be developed and provides a better, healthier workplace experience for everyone, internally and externally.  

Healthcare organizations must foster an environment where their employees have a sense of inclusion and belonging. It’s time to learn how to put DEI into practice! 

In this webinar, Chief Innovation Officer Robert Todd and Talent and Culture Strategist, Laraine McKinnon will…

  • Explore what Emtrain’s data is saying about DEI in the healthcare industry
  • Provide the best trends and practices that healthcare organizations are implementing today
  • Cover DEI topics healthcare organizations should train on

https://hopin.com/events/emtrain-overcome-dei-challenges-healthcare

Research paper: Social Capital and Social Indicators: Building Organizational Health in the Modern Economy

LINK: https://emtrain.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/White-Paper_Social-Capital-and-Social-Indicators.pdf

Executive Summary

This paper introduces a new management theory using social capital indicators as modern measures of organizational health.

Traditional human capital management theory, which focuses on individual performance, does not sufficiently articulate the influence of social dynamics on leading indicators of organizational productivity such as group cohesion, decision making processes, or diversity. As a result, there is a gap in the value equation.

We discuss the opportunities presented by social capital, the productive value of interpersonal relationships between employees and groups. We hypothesize that Respect, Inclusion, and Ethics are core behavioral competencies that can be taught and measured, and that they are predictive of business outcomes.

We introduce a competency model based on Respect, Inclusion, and Ethics, and a framework of Workplace Social Indicators that organizations can use to measure and manage organizational health and productivity. More importantly, these are leading indicators that enable executives to proactively govern the business, and mitigate risk.

We are currently implementing components of this model and framework with a variety of leading organizations. We welcome thought partners as we continue our research.