Diversity, Equity And Inclusion
Learn from experts on effectively managing a global or culturally diverse team by understanding key cultural differences such as meeting etiquette and conflict.
Inclusive leadership is an art and a science. Leaders need to build their capacity for creating an inclusive and safe environment where employees feel valued and included, where they can be their authentic selves. This course is designed to provide leaders with a foundation for agile, inclusive leadership that they can build on and, in turn, develop in others. In this course, you will learn to identify a leadership mindset that cultivates inclusion in all work environments, and what key elements of self-leadership promote inclusion. You'll learn strategies to individualize inclusion and belonging for all team members, including using more inclusive language and gender-neutral pronouns, techniques for an intersectional approach to DEI leadership, and inclusive leadership practices that promote development of the whole person. As part of your DEI work, we encourage you to visit www.lawanaharris.com/assessment and take a self-assessment to help you determine your strengths and weaknesses around DEI.
It's not just individuals who face unconscious biases in the workplace; teams and organizations can also operate with shared institutionalized biases. Ensuring a diverse workplace requires actively participating in and advocating for DEI supports. In this course, you'll learn about the power of inclusion and how to support DEI at work. You'll also learn the basics of inclusive recruitment and hiring, and what it looks like when a company supports inclusion from onboarding through to retirement.
With the right mindset, leaders can transform team and organizational culture. This course is designed to help leaders apply systems thinking methodology to transform team and workplace dynamics. Leaders who develop a systems-thinker approach are better equipped to honor and navigate the complexity of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. In this course, leaders and managers will learn how to push in the direction that produces an inclusive work environment, including using inclusive language, to lead toward transformation for the total enterprise, not just its component parts. You'll also learn how a new way of leadership can support DEI, and what techniques can keep employee engagement and motivation in the work of DEI consistently high. As part of your DEI work, we encourage you to visit www.lawanaharris.com/assessment and take a self-assessment to help you determine your strengths and weaknesses around DEI.