In this course, you will :
- Demonstrate your ability to connect DEI's foundational principles (equal opportunity, bias, power, privilege, and other key concepts) and use awareness exercises to change behaviour within your organisation.
- Distinguish between ist (such as racism or sexism), phobias (such as Xenophobia), bias, and other forms of discriminatory thinking and behaviour.
- Explain how you and your employees can use cultural competence to address and mitigate the impact of bias, prejudice, and stereotypes on organisational decision making.
- Describe the key components of systemic discrimination and how various forms of power and privilege must be managed in order to create inclusive organisations.
- Understand the challenges of DE&I strategic planning and how to create a process that will assist you in achieving your DE&I goals.
- Investigate strategies for better recruiting underrepresented talent by implementing a deliberate and legally compliant DE&I recruitment process.
- Examine your DE&I retention programming for new initiatives to retain employees.
- Identify common challenges in implementing DE&I training and what you can do to help a successful training initiative.
- Consider the advantages of benchmarking DE&I efforts internally and against those of other institutions.
- Identify DE&I assessment variables and how peer review can be used in this approach.
- Learn about the components of a successful DE&I statement and how to evaluate its effectiveness.
- Explain how ethnography and strategic foresight can be used in your organisation to address systemic discrimination, social justice, and other DE&I issues.
- Defining Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Organizations
- Key Concepts in Organizational DE&I
- Best Practices in Planning DE&I Interventions
- Assessing Cultural Climate