Course Three The Fiscal Implications of Workplace Equity
The Business Case for Workplace Equity
Definition & Impact of Acts of Incivilities
Meaning and Impact of Micro Inequities
Effects of Workplace Bullying
Linking High Performing Teams to Broken Dignity Entitlements
Financial Calculations: Case Study Example
Respect - Inclusion - Workplace Equity
Is diversity management seen primarily as 'the right thing to do' in your organization? Is there a desire to become more strategic and link your efforts to revenue growth (top line), SG&A cost reductions (bottom line) and recruiting, retention and talent management (pipe line)?
Workplaces are becoming increasingly more diverse. The changes include increasing gender changes, generational changes, multicultural employees, multiple languages being spoken in the workplace and more. These courses provide the foundation for creating equitable workplaces built on respect and dignity.
Course One Building a Common Language for Respect
Define and Explain the Differences Between Respect, Inclusion and Diversity
Identify the Five Key Aspects of Difference
Understand the Visible and Non-Visible Attributes of Difference in the Workplace
List the Dimensions of Difference
Identity Trends in Diversity, Inclusion and Workplace Equity Programs
Course Two The Personal Lens: Eliminating Barriers to Workplace Equity
Definition, Meanings and Types of Blindspots
The Link to Our Perceptual Filters
The Impact of Our Desire for 'Comfort'
Stereotypes, Micro-Inequities and Collusion in the Workplace