SVP & Chief Equity Officer
Virtual Speaking Session
A Story of Impact: MetroHealth and Rali
Success of The MetroHealth “Equity For All” initiative is dependent on changing how people think and act at large scale. Learn how you can initiate and sustain behavior change by hearing the MetroHealth story told through the lens of a new "Changeability" model. Discover how to maximize the impact of your change efforts.
- Tuesday, June 28th @ 1 PM EST
- Seating is limited; Registration is required to join this exclusive event!
- Virtual Event will be hosted on Microsoft Teams
What You Will Learn
Alan and Larry will share the MetroHealth change journey explained through a new change capability model weaving in lessons learned and transferrable insights along the way.
In this session, you will discover:
The reality of change, and the 4 capabilities needed to initiate and sustain behavior change applicable to any of your company's initiatives.
- The four key behaviors needed to disrupt bias and create equity for all.
Explore the MetroHealth equity behaviors, change strategies, and lessons learned that will help increase your success rate.
- Take away practical insights and actions you can apply to your own change initiatives, including how to use technology to effectively scale behavior change.
About Alan Nevel
Alan K. Nevel is SVP, Chief Equity Officer for The MetroHealth System in Cleveland, Ohio. In this uniquely integrated leadership role, Alan is responsible for defining the overarching vision, identity and strategy to ensure that equity is the underlying central principle in all that the system does. Alan joined MetroHealth in 2018 as SVP, Chief Diversity and Human Resources Officer after having served as VP, Global Diversity and Inclusion for Thermo Fisher Scientific. Alan has served in HR, DEI, Supply Chain, Manufacturing and R&D roles for L Brands, Victoria’s Secret, Accenture and The Sherwin Williams Company.
About Larry Mohl
As the Founder of Rali, Larry leads Rali's strategy, thought leadership, and business growth agendas. Prior to Rali, Larry served as CLO for Motorola Cellular, American Express, and Children's Health Care of Atlanta. Larry began his career as an engineer transitioning to quality improvement, then knowledge and change management, on his journey to CLO. Rali was founded based on his frustration with change approaches that are overly content focused and don’t recognize the engagement needs of those impacted. He is an author and a speaker on a wide variety of business, organization, and technology related topics.