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Programs that serve low-income customers are not necessarily equitable. These programs can yield unintended consequences. Stakeholder groups like steering committees and focus groups are common devices to gather input and develop solutions. Despite best intentions, recommendations from these groups are often not truly heard or implemented – negatively impacting all involved.
In this session, learn how one program team is confronting systemic inequities with an audacious approach: Seek diverse perspectives from people with relevant lived experiences, compensate them generously as consultants, hire third-party facilitators to reduce unconscious bias, and empower them to co-create solutions with the program team.
By attending this webinar, attendees will be able to:
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Delgado Consulting, LLC