To meet teammates where they are, improve quality of interactions, and help grow their careers and well-being, we offer many diversity-related education resources. Find one that interests you and sign up today.
The Diversity Certificate Program is an award-winning program that includes coursework in cultural competence, stereotypes, generational diversity, inclusive leadership, unconscious bias and more. This six-week Program incorporates instructor-led and experiential learning – and is open to both teammates and leaders. Applications are accepted three times annually.
Atrium Health has been awarded with the 2017 Gold Award for Excellence in Workforce Management by the Brandon Hall Group, for its efforts in developing and implementing the Diversity Certificate Program.
Applications for the next cohort are being accepted until January 4, 2019. Visit PeopleConnect to apply now.
The Diversity Symposium is the largest and most prominent annual learning forum of its kind within the Southeast United States. Held annually, the Diversity Symposium brings well-known speakers, such as Bennet Omalu (the physician that inspired the movie Concussion), Mike "Coach K" Krzyzewski, and Maya Angelou. This learning forum helps support Atrium Health's mission to improve health, elevate hope and advance healing – FOR ALL.
First Responders Series provides a platform to discuss timely diversity issues that threaten to disrupt or jeopardize the trust and emotional health of our community and our workforce. It is our hope that this First Responders Series will generate and sustain a sense of urgency, social commitment, awareness, personal accountability, and the continued desire to make a difference in the lives of others.
Leaders Speakers Series is a series of moderated discussions that provide an opportunity for leaders to share their personal diversity experiences and stories, as well as their thoughts on topical diversity-related issues. Teammates get the chance to learn firsthand the impact of diversity on some of our most respected executives and an opportunity to listen to similar viewpoints, uncover new perspectives, reassess personal opinions and develop new discussions on diversity.
MLK Day of Service provides an opportunity for teammates to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s work by volunteering with a variety of charitable activities – from the “Share the Warmth” drive for new or gently used warm clothing for kids and adults, to Classroom Central, where teachers stock up on needed school supplies donated by the community. These opportunities are available to all Atrium Health teammates by signing in to Atrium Health Serves.
PeopleLink offers a variety of diversity & inclusion courses and programs available as in-person classes and online learning. Browse for topics and register through PeopleLink Learning.