Course Description

It takes courage to speak up against complacency and injustice while others remain silent. But that’s what leadership is.” Rosabeth Moss Kanter


Over the next decade, the definition of diversity in the workplace will continue to be a topic of discussion. The intersections between diverse employee groups will continue to grow and blend, requiring new, more complex levels of collaboration and coordination across a wide range of differences. As social consciousness increases and intersectionality becomes more prevalent, D&I programs will need to expand their scope to include these emerging secondary dimensions of diversity.
Join us for a thoughtful, compassionate exploration of the realities of intersectionality in today’s workplace. By approaching D&I work through a lens of intersectionality, we become more aware and effective at creating a culture that is welcoming of all people and some of the barriers that stand in the way.


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