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Creating a Team Culture of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

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Class Code

ITS-0246

Class Description

Note: This class will be held in Cardinal Hall at the new Redwood City Campus! Lunch will be provided.
 


This experiential training offers a learning experience on how to create a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion for teams.  This highly interactive session will be conducted by the internationally recognized Eagle's Flight facilitators.

Pursuing diversity and inclusion are a critical goal for peak performing teams and organizations. Diverse and inclusive teams have a significant competitive edge. They are able to bridge the talent gap, they promote creativity and innovation and they have increased flexibility and adaptability in a rapidly changing environment. 

Participants will engage in activities that will focus on building the skills required for:

  • Creating a welcoming environment for diversity, equity, and inclusion
  • Building a practical diversity, equity & inclusion Models
  • Strategies & skills that promote understanding, sharing and communicating differing perspectives
  • Transforming fear-based communication to needs-based communication
  • Breaking down barriers and getting to understand and know different people
  • Discovering and addressing the dangers of unconscious bias
  • Exploring various approaches to ensure that all team members feel included

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