We have to do the work of educating ourselves on issues of equity. Part of that is introspection, raising our awareness of our biases. We talk about cultural competence as being comprised of four components — cultural awareness, cultural knowledge, cultural skills, and cultural encounters. Building your awareness of your biases, building your knowledge of different cultures, building your skills around cross-cultural communication, negotiation, conflict resolution, and then challenging yourself to move beyond your comfort zone to have encounters with difference. According to the most recent data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 57% of women and 38% of people of color are actively in the American workforce. There is a mounting demand for DEI experts in everything from education to finance.
After completing this credential, you will be able to:
Module 1: Anticipatory Set and Course Overview
Module 2: The Science of Unconscious Bias
Module 3: Attitudes Towards Diversity
Module 4: Unconscious Bias-The Dynamics of Science
Module 5: Unconscious Bias-Implications
Module 6: How to Affirm Others and Be an Ally?
Module 7: Transforming Organizational Culture
Module 8: Action Planning Inclusive Leader
Upon completion of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion micro-credential program, learners will be eligible to apply for job titles including Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Officer, Human Resources/People Officer, Executive Officer/Organizational Leadership, Consultant (Talent, HR, Community), as well as Learning and Development Specialist/Training Coordinator.
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