Diversity and Inclusion are among the most relevant topics today.
A few stats:
- 46% of employees say discrimination is a problem in their workplace.
- 61% of employees in the United States have experienced or witnessed workplace discrimination.
- People reporting sexual orientation discrimination make up 33% of those who have experienced employment discrimination.
- 42% say they have experienced workplace sex or race discrimination.
By taking this course your team will learn:
- To create an inclusive culture: clarify basic concepts and acquire skills that create an inclusive gender-related culture, applicable to the scope of responsibility;
- To promote equality in the company: continue to promote equality between men and women within the company, favoring equal treatment and eliminating discrimination;
- The best practices: learn and apply them to favor a positive interaction between men and women of each team;
- The legal obligations, requirements, and limits of behavior.
Module 1 - Diversity and Inclusion
- The Tree analogy
- Concepts of Diversity and Inclusion
- Benefits of valuing Diversity and Inclusion
Module 2 - Actions and Management commitment
- Openess and Inclusion values
Module 3 - Main concepts
- Gender equality
- Discrimination and gender disparity at work
- Affirmative action
- Family conciliation and co-responsability
Module 4 - Stereotypes and gender roles
- Ladder of Inference
- From prejudice to discrimination
- Micro behaviors and sexist attitudes
Module 5 - Resources to promote Diversity and Inclusion
- Call for meetings
- Inclusive meetings
- Interviews and evaluations
- Inclusive communication
- Diverse team
- Professional promotion
- Mentoring programs
- Hiring and inclusion
Module 6 - Action Plan
- Internal audit
- Implementation model
Module 7 - Importance of Ethical Management and Leadership
- Codes of ethics and conduct
- Leader code as a source of ethics
Module 8 - Issues and legal approach to the topic
- Company's duties