WHAT IS THE BLOOM INCLUSION SEMINAR?
Bloom Inclusion is an interactive professional development experience combining innovation and inclusion. Each year the design team introduces an innovative and challenging approach to support participant growth in inclusion. We believe inclusion is an ACTION. While some may encourage you to “think outside of the box,” our team encourages leaders to question the “box” itself. Come prepared to be challenged, to learn, to grow, and to BLOOM!
WHO OFFERS BLOOM?
PRESENTERS: The Bloom Inclusion Team is made up of experienced inclusion and equity trainers and consultants. Collectively, they have experience working with NGOs, corporations, foundations, hospitals, government, K-12 schools, and colleges/universities.
ADVISORY TEAM: Our Advisory Team supports the design, outreach, and strategic planning of Bloom Inclusion.
PARTNERS: Our partnering organizations are the curators of Bloom Inclusion; Social Designs Consulting (host), Deftable, and Professional Business Cultures.
SPONSORS: The sponsors of Bloom Inclusion are actively working towards inclusion by using innovative methods and techniques.
Recertification Credits Available
Attend the Bloom Inclusion Seminar and receive 5.75 HR hours (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR™, PHR®, PHRca®, SPHR®, GPHR®, PHRi™ and SPHRi™ recertification through HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®)
The use of this seal confirms that this activity has met HR Certification Institute’s® (HRCI®) criteria for recertification credit pre-approval.
Why is the Bloom Inclusion Seminar so unique?
We dive right into the inclusion tools and tactics in the workplace that appeal to your learning styles and organizational needs. How do we know this information? Easy. We ask before you arrive and craft the experience to fit you and your organization. Bloom’s priorities are simple:
1. Innovation: Bloom applies creative approaches to proven inclusivity methods.
2. Integration: Bloom brings together teams of inclusion leaders from within organizations and connects them with similar leaders within and across peer industries to gain the varying perspectives on effective and proven inclusion best practices and techniques.
3. Inspiration: Bloom participants leave the event empowered with actionable items and new skills to apply in their organizations.
Bloom is described as an “inclusion” seminar. How is that different from a seminar about “diversity and inclusion?”
Diversity refers to the similarities and differences among people. It is the demographic mix. Inclusion refers to an environment where that diversity or demographic mix can maximize its effectiveness. Bloom empowers organizations to foster inclusion so they can reap the full potential of the diversity within their organizations and position themselves to increase and retain diversity that diversity.