The management of diversity and inclusion has evolved from "counting the numbers" to "making the numbers count." Organizations that no longer look at inclusion as having a good mix of diverse people, but as a way to fully engage employees, partners and customers have an opportunity to compete globally. Diversity and inclusion must be embedded in an organizational culture to make a positive impact on performance.
This course, based on the expertise of Cornell University Professor Lisa Nishii, differentiates diversity from inclusion and how organizations often miss the real opportunity. Students assess three levels of inclusion and identify evidence that can be used for each level to assess presence and effectiveness. HR executives and leaders share their perspective on diversity and inclusion and how they made the shift to inclusion at organizational, managerial and work group levels.
Faculty AuthorLisa Nishii, Ph.D.
Benefits to the Learner
- Distinguish between diversity and inclusion and how organizations often miss the real opportunity
- Describe measurement and evaluation methods to assess D&I initiatives
- Assess current D&I initiatives of an organization
- Describe each of the 3 "levels" associated with D&I (organization, work-group, manager)
- Identify evidence that can be used for each level to assess presence and effectiveness
This course is designed for managers, directors and executive-level HR professionals who are charged with improving HR's ability to contribute to organizational strategy and success. It is also appropriate for HR professionals seeking the strategic skills required for advancement to management and leadership positions.
- HR Certification Institute (HRCI) General Units Approval Number ORG-PROGRAM-372471 6.0 Hours
- Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Approval Number 19-PXUT6 6.0 Credits