In this new course, you'll gain evidence-based knowledge and practical tools to help you design and lead diverse, equitable, and inclusive (DEI) teams and organizations. Whatever your background, and wherever in the world you may be, you’ll gain tools to accelerate your personal journey to lead diverse teams and organizations. This program is specifically designed to accommodate learners from different backgrounds (gender, race, country of origin, etc) as well as different starting knowledge points (new to the topic or social justice warriors). In the course, you’ll learn to better understand yourself and your personal identity in the workplace and gain new skills to identify privilege, implicit bias, and microaggressions in your organization and to take action as an active ally and change advocate. After hearing from experts representing a diverse array of real-world perspectives, you’ll understand best practices for equitable organizational processes and norms and inclusive behavioral practices in teams. Finally, you'll learn about best practices for organizational DEI strategy, including the role of metrics in DEI work and how DEI work can be integrated into the heart of an organization. At the end of the course, you’ll create a DEI action plan which you can apply to your own life and workplace.
Leading Diverse Teams & OrganizationsUniversity of Michigan
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TOP REVIEWS FROM LEADING DIVERSE TEAMS & ORGANIZATIONS
This course was very informative and has opened the pathway to continue with more DEI courses.
THE BEST COURSE TO UNDERSTAND THE DEI AND ALL THE THNAKS TO PROFESSOR FOR THE BEST TOPICS IN DEPTH COVERAGE.
Excellent course - informative and engaging! I highly recommend it.
Excellent course to understand DEI & start your journey armed with the right information & tools.
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