Change SIG - 03/24/2017

24/03/2017 8:30 AM | Mary Charles Blakebrough (Administrator)
Courageous Conversations about Race and End of Life: Similarities and Differences
Conceivably the most difficult conversations to have are about race, sex and end of life.

James Daniels and Donna Kaye will provide guidelines for holding courageous conversations on two of these topics: race and end of life. (We will leave the topic of conversations about sex for another time!). In the process, we will discover some interesting similarities that effective conversations about these two topics may have.

James Z Daniels is principal consultant with J Z Daniels Company Limited, a healthcare cultural competency solutions enterprise. Over the course of his 35 years’ career, Jim has served as an enterprise leader and as an internal and external independent management consultant with Fortune 500 and medium size companies. A self-published author (Strategic Issues Benchmarking Diversity Best Practices), he writes and is published on healthcare and culture.

Donna Kaye just retired from being a Director at UNC Healthcare's Learning & Organizational Development department.  She will be sharing an approach she found helpful in holding end of life conversations which facilitate a dignified death and good family relationships.

For more information, contact SIG leaders, Vickie Bevenour  or Mary Charles Blakebrough (919-493-5424).


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