Course ID: 3

Anticipate Inclusion: Building a Sustainable Culture of Diversity

There’s a perfect storm going on. We’ve got the new economy, a new generation coming online, and we have LinkedIn pulling people away from us and bringing them to us. Also, there’s ethical issues. All of these issues surround and apply to the issue of diversity.

Simply put, diversity is the mix of people you have in an organization, Inclusion is how you integrate and manage them. In the “New Normal” world of the modern economy, having a culture that encourages the full participation of all people on the team is a real competitive advantage.

This one hour fast-paced course updates one’s strategic view of the world of Diversity and Inclusion, and applies it to the specialized world we work in.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Define a modern implementation of Diversity and Inclusion
  • Recognize the impact of generational issues on Diversity
  • Define organization's culture
  • Identify the performance benefits of managing a competitive advantage
  • Recognize the ethical underpinnings of Diversity and Inclusion

MAJOR TOPICS
  • Modern definitions of diversity and inclusion
  • Diverse work environment
  • Types of diversity
  • The importance of people as a competitive advantage
  • Characteristics of high performers
  • Generation Millennials and WIFI
  • Recruiting on Linkedin
  • Ethical ties to diversity and inclusion
  • The art of Culture
  • Managing diverse workforces
  • Bias pitfalls
  • Diversity task force
  • Metrics to use in the measurement of the effectiveness of a Diversity and Inclusion program.

DESIGNED FOR
All professionals, especially management and those working in the area of Human Resources

FIELD OF STUDY
Personnel/HR

PREREQUISITES
Work experience in the area of Human Resources or managerial experience

COURSE PRODUCER
Anticipate Inclusion: Building a Sustainable Culture of Diversity

CPE CREDITS
1.0

LEVEL
1

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