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Challenging Gender Pay Inequity in the Workplace

Taught by Gabriella Parente
Looking for strategies to combat pay inequities in the workplace? Ensuring equal pay across genders is more than attainable, but…

Fighting Gender Bias in the Workplace

Taught by Lori Nishiura Mackenzie
Combating gender bias in the workplace helps everyone, not just women, but how do you identify it, and what are…

Data-Driven DEI Decision-Making

Taught by Christie Lindor
As a leader in today’s business world, you’re faced with a variety of complex, critical tasks. One of the most…

Making the Case for Diversity and Inclusion

Taught by Dereca Blackmon
While there have been significant strides forward in diversity and inclusion initiatives in recent years, many feel that progress is…

Overcoming DEI Leadership Challenges

Taught by Toni Howard Lowe
In recent years, organizations have faced an unprecedented amount of pressure to deliver against DEI strategy, which has caused an…

Disability Readiness for Leaders and Managers

Taught by Tarena Shanaberger
As a manager, you play a key role in ensuring that everyone, including people with disabilities, can contribute fully to…

Speaking Up for Yourself and Underrepresented Groups

Taught by Jessica Chen
Are you at a point in your career where you’ve realized that putting your head down, doing the work, and…

Unconscious Bias (with Audio Descriptions)

Taught by Stacey Gordon
To some degree, we are all biased. Our experiences shape who we are, and our dimensions of diversity—race, ethnicity, gender,…

Mindfulness, Diversity, and the Quest for Inclusion

Taught by Chill Anywhere
Diversity exists in all areas of life. Fostering an environment of understanding, awareness, and growth is vital for your workplace.…

Inclusion and Equity for Workers with Disabilities

Taught by Liz Johnson
While inclusion and equity are increasingly important to organizations as they build and maintain their modern workforces, workers with disabilities…

Understanding and Supporting ADHD Colleagues in the Workplace

Taught by Tiffany Jameson
It’s important to become more aware of mental health in the workplace, but it isn’t always easy to know what’s…

Talking Boldly: When Inclusion Meets Politics at the Office

Taught by Vernā Myers
Politics are everywhere because people are everywhere, and people are political animals. Genuine conversations about politics involve many opinions that…

How to Listen and How to Be Heard (getAbstract Summary)

Taught by getAbstract
Companies with diverse, inclusive workplaces perform better. Their employees are more engaged and more productive. In this audio-only course from…

Strategies to Foster Inclusive Language at Work

Taught by Madecraft
In today’s world, it’s become increasingly important for individuals and organizations to prioritize inclusion. In this course, Dr. Suzanne Wertheim…

Inclusive and Professional Conversations on LinkedIn: Tips for Success

Taught by Daisy Lovelace
Today’s workplace is rapidly changing. Social media, the global pandemic, and a host of other factors have changed how we…

How to Succeed as a Latina in a Global Work Environment

Taught by genConnectU
In addition to the normal, everyday issues you may encounter in your professional life, being a Latina in the workplace…

Fair and Effective Interviewing for Diversity and Inclusion

Taught by Vernā Myers
Every organization knows that talent makes the difference in how well it can execute on its mission and goals. To…

Creating Safe Spaces for Tough Conversations at Work

Taught by Madecraft
Tough conversations are exactly that: tough. They might involve topics that include heated opinions, arguments, or biases. But having these…

Equitable Product Design

Taught by Annie Jean-Baptiste
Creating inclusive, equitable products is not only a best practice for business—your customers and users expect it. They want to…

From Compliance to Culture: A Psychological Safety Framework for Inclusion

Taught by Bella Ikpasaja
Much progress has been made in recent years in making professional settings free from harassment, discrimination, bullying, and other forms…

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