Fostering an Inclusive Culture


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          Professional Credits:

          CEU: 0.4
          HRCI: 4
          SHRM: 4


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          Completion Time

          4 hours

          Access Time

          90 Days


          Individual Skill Course



          Training Level


          Delivery Information:

          Online Asynchronous Self-paced


          To achieve diversity and inclusion, organizations need to create an inclusive culture where all employees are respected and appreciated, have equal access to workplace opportunities, and are fairly compensated. In this non-credit course, you will learn about how to create, encourage, and develop an inclusive culture. You will explore the 7 Pillars of Inclusion, traits of an inclusive leader, strategies to assess employee buy-in, professional development opportunities, and workplace accessibility. You will examine how to uproot workplace toxicity and address and prevent harassment and discrimination. The course illustrates the many benefits of an inclusive culture, including higher levels of employee engagement, productivity, employee satisfaction, and retention rates.

          Learning Outcomes

          After completing this course, the learner should be able to:
          • Define the 7 Pillars of Inclusion
          • Identify attributes of an inclusive leader
          • Explain strategies for gauging employee buy-in
          • Identify signs of toxicity in the workplace
          • Explain how professional opportunities encourage an inclusive work culture
          • Explore strategies for addressing pay gaps
          • Describe how corporate social responsibility supports diversity and inclusion initiatives
          • Explain how to create and build a diverse supplier base
          • Define legislation that requires employees to be treated equally and fairly
          • Outline inclusion-related practices for preventing workplace harassment
          • Identify reasonable accommodations and undue hardships
          • Determine if a selection process is affected by adverse impact


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