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Hurry to register for this limited DEI webinar!

Hurry — there’s limited room available in this ground-breaking webinar called Make DEI Work in CUs: Policies, Processes & Change.

Only 25 credit union executives will have the opportunity to learn how to start putting Diversity, Equity and Inclusion plans into action from the much sought-after Ayana King, CEO of Maximum Communications.  This engaging webinar series will cover the following topics:

April 15
Part 1 | Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: What it All Means Anyway
10  a.m. – 11 a.m.

Session One: Learn to clearly identify the difference between diversity, equality and inclusion and be able to articulate this to other leaders and employees throughout the organization. Additionally, participants of this session will be able to (personally or through delegation) review the organization’s policies and processes to identify non-inclusive language.

April 22
Part 2 | Unpacking Unconscious Bias
10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Session Two: Following session two, participants will be able to recognize their internal process thinking, measure their own biases and understand how biases are created. Based on this new understanding, they will be able to take the information and exercises back to their teams to transfer their newfound knowledge. Leaders and employees empowered with this new information will be more able to have a voice in the coming organizational changes.

April 30
Part 3 | Exercising Empathy + Understanding Allyship
10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Session Three: Learn to identify DEI allies and leaders and employees who are naturally empathetic to be able to build resource groups. These resource groups will be better prepared to make the changes needed going forward.

May 6
Part 4 | The Bottom Line: Diverse Teams are Better for Business
10 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Session Four: Following this session, participants will better understand the time commitment needed to make lasting change. They will understand the needed changes, based on case study work, and be able to develop their own individualized strategies, using the recently created resource groups to assist in decision-making.

Registration is open to LSCU-Affiliated members and costs $549 per person. Attendance is capped at 25 people — so register quickly! Click here to register and for more information. If you have further questions, contact

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