FREE Webinar - Building an Inclusive Resilient Culture

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Join us for a one-hour webinar led by Julius Rhodes, Copeland Center Director of People and Culture. In this session, we'll explore the crucial intersection of inclusion and resilience within organizational culture. Delving deeper, we'll dissect the nuances between climate and culture and how they impact the workplace environment. You will gain valuable insight into strategies to foster a culture of inclusivity and resilience within mental health support settings.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define inclusion and resilience in promoting a healthy workplace environment for mental health peer specialists.
  • List 2-3 differences between climate and culture and their respective influences on organizational dynamics.
  • Identify 3-4 barriers to inclusivity and resilience within mental health support settings and develop strategies to overcome them.
  • Gain 2-3 actionable insights to enhance personal and professional resilience while advocating for inclusive practices within the workplace.
Presented by Julius E. Rhodes, SHRM
Julius Rhodes

Throughout his 30+ year career in the consumer products, durable and consumer goods, and healthcare industries Julius Rhodes has helped myriad leaders, and organizations; “BRAND: YOU.” His extensive experience in public service, associations, several leading-edge Fortune 100 firms and as a business owner, author, and trusted advisor has allowed him to support various entities in times of transition and change. Julius believes “Invest in Your People, and Your Business Will Prosper.” Based in Chicago, Illinois he is a much sought-after speaker, presenter, trainer and thought leader who has national exposure throughout the continental United States, Alaska, and Hawaii, and he has facilitated sessions internationally in Canada, England, Mexico, and Nigeria. His group interaction has been described as ‘approachable, relevant, and applicable.’ His mission is to ‘engage, support, and inspire his partners through the application of practical and sustainable practices which create improved process efficiency, talent development, integration, and utilization.

He speaks to thousands annually at conferences, conventions, and on-site covering topics such as human resources, environmental, health and safety, leadership development, emotional intelligence, health and well being, change, diversity, equity and inclusion, future trends, and positive disruption, among others. Julius lists as his greatest accomplishment the over 30-year marriage to his wife Linda, and their two adult children, Jerome, and Lauren. In his free time Julius enjoys cooking, golfing, bike-riding, pickleball, enjoying Chicago’s lakefront and getting up a few shots on the basketball court.