Ethos CEO Alida is a published author and award-winning speaker on the topics of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging (“DEIB”). Invite her to speak at your organization, conference, summit and more.
In this keynote, we will uncover what belonging means and how it shifts in different contexts. Together, we will learn the theory of belongingness and how it applies in different contexts, the four types of belonging – self, foundational, group, and societal – and, why a sense of belonging is declining and how the data ties to a decrease in social wellness. With this context, we will determine what actions to take to advance belonging.
Learn to create cultures of belonging within your organizations, board, and communities. The session will include the most impactful recommendations for fostering belonging according to the R2P2 (Recruiting, Retention, Promotion, and Protection) model, with a special focus on the unique needs of arts organizations. Alida will leverage her experience working with institutions like the Poetry Foundation, the Museum of Contemporary Art, and Steppenwolf Theater Company to provide tailored guidance to attendees on any and all of their diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging questions.
Learn to create cultures of belonging among your students, faculty,and staff. The session will include the most impactful recommendations for fostering belonging according to the R2P2 (Recruiting, Retention, Promotion, and Protection) model, with a special focus on the different needs of the three major stakeholders in higher education and institutions. Alida will leverage her experience working with institutions like the University of Chicago, Georgetown University, and the University of California system to provide tailored guidance to attendees on any and all of their diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging questions.
Parenthood is perhaps the most intersectional issue that faces Americans today. Social identities as varied as race and ethnicity, socioeconomic status, education level, gender identity, disability, body type and size, and sexuality converge with the responsibility of childcare. In this keynote, Alida will explain the workplace stressors that create unique challenges for parents, along with a five-part toolkit to help mitigate and eliminate them.
Alida Miranda-Woff describes the current state of the workplace for women, along with positive future trends. She takes wisdom from the challenges women have faced historically. Finally, she will explore tangible strategies organizations and individuals can take to create a healthier workplace environment.
Alida Miranda-Wolff defines the “Sorry Tax” as the no-win situation women face when asked to succeed while also adhering to constraining gender expectations. We will discuss the different ways women are silenced in the workplace and how coworkers can be champions for one another.
INBOUND 2019 – Fellows Program
Alida Miranda-Wolff spoke on on two issues at INBOUND 2019 as part of the Fellows Program; Creating the conditions for everyone to thrive at work and active listening.
We inform vision, strategy, processes, and practices around diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging through various techniques and practices. We conduct research and assessments to identify the best paths forward for each of our clients. Our offerings focus on every part of the intersection between employee experience and belonging according to our DEIB-based model R2P2: recruiting, retention, promotion, and protection.
We provide online, in-person, and hybrid learning sessions and programs that help employees and leaders sharpen their skills in diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging.