United Cerebral Palsy of Middle Tennessee Nominated for CABLE’s Power of Inclusion Award

March 30, 2010 at 1:03 am Leave a comment

This is the third year of CABLE’s Power of Inclusion Awards. CABLE recognizes the value of diversity and inclusion as it connects women with opportunity. The Power of Inclusion Awards will acknowledge individuals, corporations, and non-profit and community organizations which have developed innovative methods to enhance diversity and inclusion in the community. As an enhancement to the process, the community and non-profit category has been divided into a small and large division defined by the amount of the annual budget.

Effective diversity management and inclusion practices utilize a comprehensive, multifaceted approach to implementing processes, which build supportive infrastructure and program practices, which respect, and capitalize on, the strengths found in diversity and inclusion.

The Business Power of Inclusion Award recognizes a business, which best represents, a corporate spirit of diversity through hiring practices, programs and community outreach.

The Community and Non-Profit Organization Power of Inclusion Award Large is presented to the organization, which best demonstrates its sustained commitment to inclusive programs that support diversity and its annual budget exceeds five hundred thousand.

The Community and Non-Profit Organization Power of Inclusion Award Small is presented to the organization, which best demonstrates its sustained commitment to inclusive programs that support diversity and its annual budget is less than five hundred thousand.

The Individual Award recognizes a person who actively promotes inter-group relations among diverse populations in the community.

Read more about the Awards at the CABLE web site.

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