Becoming a DEI Ally and Agent for Change

Everyone
  • 7 videos | 33m 19s
  • Includes Assessment
  • Earns a Badge
  • Certification CPE
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To understand and appreciate diversity in the workplace, we must develop an understanding of ourselves and the diverse ways in which we view the world. Working in a diverse and inclusive workforce has many personal and professional benefits ranging from improved wellness and personal health to engagement and community and innovation and creativity. Equally important is the ability to leverage each of our unique talents, skills, and contributions. In this course, you'll explore strategies to help you become an advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion within the workplace. You'll learn to build awareness of your values and social perspective and recognize specific actions that can improve social and cultural aspects of DEI. You'll also learn about key concepts of allyship, methods to be a more inclusive communicator, and how to use the RISE model to become a DEI ally.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Discover the key concepts covered in this course
    Identify actions that build awareness of your values and social perspective
    Recognize key concepts about allyship
    Recognize specific actions for becoming a dei change agent
  • Recognize methods to be a more inclusive communicator
    Recognize how to use the rise steps to demonstrate inclusion
    Reflect on what you've learned

IN THIS COURSE

  • 1m 44s
    In this video, you will discover the key concepts that will be covered in this course. You'll learn about steps and actions you can take to become a more thoughtful ally and communicate more inclusively, helping you become an agent of DEI change. FREE ACCESS
  • 5m 34s
    To fully embrace the diversity of those around us, we must develop an understanding of ourselves and the diverse ways in which we view the world. In this video, you will learn how to identify actions that build awareness of your values and social perspective. FREE ACCESS
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    3.  Becoming a Thoughtful Ally
    7m 1s
    Allyship exists across a full continuum of action and includes everything from educating yourself to listening compassionately to a coworker, from speaking up in a meeting for someone who is being marginalized all the way to fighting for systemic change. In this video, you will learn about the key concepts of allyship. FREE ACCESS
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    4.  Supporting DEI with Meaningful Actions
    4m 22s
    By taking meaningful actions to support diversity, equity, and inclusion, you’ll be moving from simply sitting on the sidelines to becoming a true ally. In this video, you will learn about specific actions for becoming a DEI change agent. FREE ACCESS
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    5.  Communicating to Create Connections
    7m 32s
    The biggest, most important projects all fall apart if team members aren’t communicating effectively. But there’s more to good communication than just clearly conveying information. In this video, you will learn about methods to be a more inclusive communicator. FREE ACCESS
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    6.  RISE into Allyship
    5m 3s
    Respect. Include. Support. Engage. It's in supporting our coworkers, our fellow human beings, that we create a better, more inclusive, more creative, more productive workplace – one that is more satisfying for all. In this video, you will learn how to use the RISE steps to demonstrate inclusion. FREE ACCESS
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    7.  Let's Review
    2m 5s
    This video summarizes the key concepts covered in the course Becoming a DEI Ally and Agent for Change. FREE ACCESS

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