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Organizational Leadership in Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Specialization

Build Discrimination Free Environments. Master an approach to understanding critical concepts for launching and strengthening DE&I initiatives.
Many courses in the diversity, equity and inclusion field acquaint the learner with definitions and concepts that are commonly shared in the field but not much strategy to implement such efforts. The Organizational Leadership in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (ODE&I) specialization introduces concepts and strategies that foster greater DE&I effectiveness across organizational planning, programming, training and assessment. The goal of this course is to offer emerging DE&I Practitioners tools, best practices, and strategies to best position and launch successful DE&I efforts regardless of where their organizations are on the DE&I continuum. Through the lens of an equal opportunity professional and the use of current events, learners can expect to explore the essential components of DE&I excellence and how to manage the shifting attitude towards social justice and the multiple dimensions of difference within their workforce.

Applied Learning Project

The hands-on projects for this specialization will allow learners to practice DE&I tools and best practices taught by offering them an opportunity to develop and implement DE&I strategies within their organizational programming. These projects are designed to provide emerging DE&I Practitioners with a chance to launch and/or grow their DE&I deliverables that connect to the unique cultural realities that exist in their workplaces. At the conclusion of the specialization, learners will have developed a portfolio of DE&I-related work products and assessments which is expected to include feedback from their DE&I peers, co-workers, and supervisors.

Course Information

Estimated Time: Approximately 5 months to complete Suggested pace of 1 hour/week

Difficulty: Intermediate

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Course Information

Estimated Time: Approximately 5 months to complete Suggested pace of 1 hour/week

Difficulty: Intermediate