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UNIVERSITY OF PHOENIX INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP SUMMIT

Creating the Intentional Leader of Today, Tomorrow and Beyond

Thanks for joining our inaugural summit

We’ll be posting recorded sessions from the summit soon.

Register for our summit

Join us as we envision a world where creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace is everyone’s responsibility.

ABOUT OUR VIRTUAL SUMMIT

Develop your skills as an inclusive leader

Choose from industry-focused tracks in leadership and management, education and healthcare. Engage with experts as we work together to address systemic inequities, emotional and structural barriers, and psychological safety.

Our summit featured:

  • Deep dive workshops

  • Empowering messages by leaders in the field

  • A career fair with insider tips

  • Networking opportunities

Schedule at a glance

Our inaugural summit included sessions dedicated to inclusive leadership in practice and what research is telling us.

  • April 12: Leading through Tumultuous Times

  • April 13: Addressing Emotional & Structural Barriers

  • April 14: Fostering Psychological Safety

  • April 15: Career Fair

Summit mission

The Inclusive Leadership Summit is committed to fostering an atmosphere of life-long learning as we explore and address systemic inequities to inform and impact an ever-changing workforce.

The summit integrates research findings from University of Phoenix Career Institute™ and Research Centers to influence topics addressed while highlighting academic fields of study offered at the University.

The University of Phoenix Inclusive Leadership Summit is supported by:

About us

University of Phoenix has long been focused on creating a diverse, equitable, inclusive and belonging (DEIB) learning and workplace environment. We seek to foster a space where we can share and reflect on what we have learned, our successes, and focus on opportunities to further our DEIB growth and potential as well as that of our communities where we teach, learn, live and work.