Defining Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Organizations is the first course of a four-course series. This course introduces the core definitions of diversity, equity, and inclusion and reasons why these efforts can often fail. We will also explore the elements for making the case for diversity and the concept of DE&I maturation where learners can assess their organization’s activities to determine where it may place on the DE&I continuum.
This course is part of the Organizational Leadership in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Specialization
About this Course
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Defining Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Organizations
Making The Case For DE&I
The DE&I Continuum for Organizations
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Really loved how the stratergies and what sets up for failure was discussed.
Awesome instructor and very important information to understand DE&I in the workplace . Great questions and feedback from Dr. Richard Anthony Baker as well as class participation.
Really enjoy the instructor. He's energetic and knowledgeable.
I really enjoy all of Mr Baker’s courses. I lIke all of the information he packs into a course. He’s very engaging when he speaks and keeps my attention. I learn a lot from his courses.
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