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Corporate Training Group
WashingtonKM
22:38
Good morning!
NortonA
22:42
Good morning
jsiegel
22:43
hi
Cindy
22:52
Hello
Philip Hayes
22:57
Hello!
csteen
23:00
Morning Everyone!
Emily Barnett
32:42
I am a native Pacific Northwesterner
jsiegel
33:18
I am mom of 2 children. I am from upstate NY - Rochester. And am a regular walker
sowahp
33:18
I am a Military (Air Force) Brat!
azamora
33:18
I am a native of Anne Arundel County, Maryland.
Melissa Fagan
33:21
I am a native Marylander who went to school in New England and came back home. I am a wife and working mother.
tedwards3
33:56
I too am an Upstate New York State former resident, Syracuse...I am married, no children.
WashingtonKM
33:58
I am a native Baltimorean, African American, raised much like the Huxtables.
Lorenz
34:03
I am a native New Englander and live in Pennsylvania
csteen
34:07
I am a wife and working mother of 3 girls, am fluent in Spanish and am a Breast Cancer Survivor!
NortonA
34:36
I am a wife, mother, lover of books, and painter (in my free time)
jsiegel
36:18
yes if there is not openness and acceptance
Melissa Fagan
36:24
I think you can have diversity but have a hard time maintaining it without inclusion
sowahp
36:34
I don't think so. [insert thinking emoji]
WashingtonKM
36:41
You can have a diverse group of people without inclusion, but it's not ideal.
Philip Hayes
37:02
Yes, and they run parallel
tedwards3
37:04
Yes you can't have both with out diversity or inclusion.
azamora
37:26
Diversity is the mix but inclusion makes true collaboration work.
azamora
43:24
Can you please repeat the statement?
WashingtonKM
44:50
There are multiple answers in the box, so we have to answer them all to submit.
NortonA
44:50
I don't think we can submit it until all of the 4 questions are answered
Melissa Fagan
44:55
There is a submit button at the bottom that we have to click after all of the statements are read
azamora
44:58
We are not able to select the submit button until the questions are completed.
mhoward2
45:07
should we hit submit for each one or at the end
sowahp
46:49
was there a #4 question
mhoward2
46:54
what is question number 4
sowahp
46:56
i didnt get to submit
azamora
48:46
You needed to pick an answer for # 4 in order to submit.
mhoward2
57:30
will we receive copy of the training?
WashingtonKM
57:32
Work on getting buy-in at senior management levels, instead of focusing on training at the staf and middle management levels.
Melissa Fagan
57:47
I think our organization does a good job in thinking about this but has no concrete policy or statement about diversity and inclusion. I think that needs to be our next step.
tedwards3
59:00
I work for a State Agency and they are very concisous of the diversity of our employees. I do know we could be better at inclusion as a whole organization.
csteen
59:05
Continue to build trust in relationships so that honest conversations and awareness can lead to inclusion and model that for others.
Ken
59:09
Working more actively to encourage and promote leadership diversity in my organization.
Philip Hayes
01:00:10
We have a statement at our org, but maybe it is time to revisit it and make any changes. P.s. I loved the visuals of equity vs inclusion-- we would love to use simular ones.
mhoward2
01:02:16
want to ensure you have my correct email. Because I did not recive an email of how to get on the webinar. Thanks
mhoward2
01:02:31
mhoward2@mdta.state.md.us
Melissa Fagan
01:04:13
Thank you!
csteen
01:04:35
This was great! Thank you!
mhoward2
01:04:55
Thank you so very much, I really enjoyed it.
Melissa Fagan
01:05:01
I would love to continue working with you all on this and will be reaching out to Melaine to talk about options soon.