November 30, 2021
Student Life to host workshop on creating equitable and inclusive workplaces to support employee retention
Submitted by Division of Student Life
K-State faculty and staff are invited to attend the 2022 Student Life Spring Institute, hosted by the Division of Student Life's Staff Development and Engagement Committee and Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation Committee. The keynote workshop, facilitated by Kevin Sansberry, will be from 1:30-3:30 p.m Wednesday, Jan. 12, 2022, and will focus on creating equitable and inclusive workplaces that support retention of employees.
Sansberry is a behavioral scientist and executive coach whose inspiring work is driven by the need for evidence-based, inclusive and equitable approaches to urgently and proactively transform and coach leaders, eradicating toxic behaviors that threaten profitability, innovation and overall well-being. He is the founder and principal of KEVRA Consulting, a firm that utilizes research-based solutions to address organizational challenges such as inclusion, equity and belonging, HR strategy and leadership coaching and development.
We are excited to offer an in-person location for attendees to gather and participate in the workshop together in the Bluemont Room of the K-State Student Union. Those who wish to join remotely may do so via Zoom — please RSVP in OrgCentral to receive the meeting link. Sign in using the School Login button and your K-State eID. See the event page in OrgCentral for more information.