TLD Group's cadre of coaches, consultants, and academicians offer deep experience and expertise on systemic cultural change. Our client relationship team will help pair you with the right expert to assist with your Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (ED&I) goals.
We believe that systemic change requires both Awareness and Action. The complexity of implementing ED&I strategies requires leaders who are capable of tackling systemic and structural change with an Ecosystem Mindset.
Leaders have the platform and influence to ignite the dialogue that leads to meaningful change. ED&I leaders take the time to listen, discover, organize, and absorb from others to create a shared vision of what a just and equitable future can look like.
To advocate for change, ED&I leaders actively seek connections with diverse stakeholders, take concrete steps to foster trust, and demonstrate respect for varied experience and perspectives.
ED&I leaders support constructive conflict by keeping an open mind, disagreeing respectfully, and tirelessly seeking common ground. ED&I leaders demonstrate vulnerability and empathy when facing uncomfortable discourse.
ED&I leaders cultivate a broader sense of belonging, starting with recognition of how current organizational practices contribute to systemic inequities and then shifting how to hire, develop, promote, and sponsor equity, diversity, and inclusion practices.
We are committed to recruiting, retaining, and supporting talented and diverse faculty who bring unique perspectives to our solutions. For our clients, we are committed to facilitating systemic change through our ED&I Leadership Solutions grounded in our Health Ecosystem Leadership Model
We work with organizations to surface deeply rooted issues of inequity that present unique challenges for everyone in the organization. Our Diversity Dialogue consultants offer leaders, their teams, and organizations facilitated open discussions on diversity, raise issues to the surface, and facilitate meaningful conversations to promote positive and lasting change.
We use researched and proven diagnostics to help leaders understand where they are on their ED&I journey and identify both their strengths and opportunities to do better. We then provide executive coaching to explore leaders’ beliefs and facilitate actions to support ED&I initiatives.
We work with organizations to incorporate ED&I into your corporate culture, which starts with a recruitment strategy for attracting a more diverse pool of candidates — and building a robust talent pipeline to attract, develop, mentor, retain and sponsor diverse leaders and workers at all levels.
We design and deliver inclusion learning journeys for employees at all levels. And offer high impact development programs for diverse cohorts of underrepresented talent that incorporate the role of sponsorship as an effective way to overcome network gaps, another systemic and structural issue that further increases inequality.
Compassionate knowledge is the fuel that inspires leaders to pursue systemic change. We are committed to sparking and engaging in conversations about systemic injustice across the health industry and beyond.
Join us for a live conversation with Ronald Copeland, MD, FACS, Senior Vice President of National Diversity and Inclusion Strategy and Policy and Chief Equity, Inclusion, and Diversity Officer, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals. The session will explore KP’s views on the impact of racial disparities and social determinants on health, and the organization's long term commitment to access to care for all.
Ron Phillips is the Senior Vice President of Human Resources - Retail and Enterprise Modernization CVS Health and esteemed board member of TLD Group. In this timely podcast Ron and Tracy apply the competencies of Health Ecosystem Leadership to envision a better more just future for healthcare and chart a path forward.
We are facing two pandemics – COVID-19 and systemic racism. Both pandemics have disproportionately impacted the Black community and both require us to take on systemic change head-on.
This session led by Dr. Dale Caldwell, an expert on Influence Leadership and his Father Rev. Gilbert H. Caldwell, a “Foot Soldier” in the Civil Rights Movement, who knew and marched with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. connects the Civil Rights Movement to current realities and provide a framework that connects personal influences and diversity, inclusion and equity.