Leading with an Inclusive Mindset
There is a crucial, wide-spread movement happening within organizations to reduce workplace bias and become more inclusive; however, the demographic makeup of the leadership roles within organizations remains unchanged. Organizations with diverse and inclusive practices have better operating performance and profitability than those without an inclusive mindset. Creating an inclusive mindset and culture begins with leadership.
This course prepares organizational leaders to improve diversity and inclusion practices through accountability, using power and influence to drive change and model the empathy needed during the process.
This Course Starts in:
All sessions are at the same time each week.
What Does it Mean to Have an Inclusive Mindset?
- February 15, 2024
- In this session, we will explore what it means to lead with an inclusive mindset and why it is important to the organization and the company.
Developing An Inclusive Mindset
- February 22, 2024
- In this session, we will identify the knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to develop an inclusive mindset. Participants will explore their current mindset through a journey of self-reflection and self-discovery.
- February 29, 2024
- In this session, inclusion accountability and its importance will be defined and explored. Participants will apply self-awareness and self-regulation skills to develop strategies for holding themselves accountable for creating and fostering a workplace environment of inclusiveness.
Influence and Empathy
- March 7, 2024
- Influence and empathy are two key skills for developing an inclusive mindset. In this session, we will recognize how to use emotional intelligence and empathy as skills to influence inclusiveness in the organization. We will also identify tools and techniques to build and enhance emotional intelligence and empathy skills.