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6 Strategies To Promote Diversity & Inclusion In Your Workplace - ABEN - NO CE - VOD


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Average Rating:
   112
Category:
Human Resource Development
Faculty:
Shannon T. White
Course Levels:
Basic
Duration:
1 Hour
License:
Access for 90 day(s) after purchase.


Description

Although organizations are trying to create and manage diverse and inclusive workplaces, many are not aware of some of the best practices and simple strategies they can incorporate to promote such an environment. We are currently living in unprecedented times. Division, bias, and exclusion, based on factors associated with social injustice and a general lack of appreciation for diversity, seems to have become our current societal norm. With the high stress and anxiety created by these current trends in society, it is even more important for organizations to provide a safe space for their employees where there is a genuine sense of belonging and fair access to opportunity. The goal of this course is to outline the relationship between diversity and inclusion, while providing very practical strategies for HR Professionals in their role to promote a culture of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

Basic Course Information

Learning Objectives
  • Define the difference between diversity and inclusion
  • Identify why diversity and inclusion in the workplace is both extremely important, yet very difficult to grasp
  • Develop practical strategies for incorporating diversity and inclusion in the hiring and retention practices of your organization

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Shannon T. White, MSW, LCSW is a Speaker, Mental Health Therapist, Executive Coach and Consultant, whose personal and professional desire is to teach and develop professionals that advocate for and promote wellness as well as diversity, inclusion and the empowerment of disadvantaged people in the workforce and society. Shannon possesses over 20 years of professional experience in the field of Mental Health and Social Services, with over ten of those years focusing on the education and leadership development of mental health providers, executives, and entreprenuers.


Shannon has developed and facilitated numerous CEU programs, trainings and workshops on topics of mental health, Social Work, personal and professional development, and cultural competency. Shannon also served as Professor of Sociology/Social Work at Rowan College of Gloucester College and has served as an adjunct professor of Social Work at both Camden County College and Rutgers University- Master of Social Work Program. She obtained her B.A in Sociology at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, PA and her Master of Social Work Degree at Rutgers University- School of Social Work in Camden, NJ.  Shannon is also working toward her Doctorate in Education, having completed one year of the program at Northcentral University.


Outside of her professional responsibilities, Shannon enjoys writing and spending quality family time with her awesome husband and four amazing children.


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Basic Course Information

Designed For HR Professionals, Organizational Leaders and Business Professionals

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Overall:      4.8

Total Reviews: 112

Comments

John S - Newburgh, New York

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Rochelle B - East Syracuse, New York

"Enjoyed the course and feel others should take the course as well. "

Kimberley G - Conesus, New York

"Very clear and concise. Great presenters."

Molly B - Geneseo, New York

"I thought it was very informative"

Ray W

"Great presenter."

kathleen m - East Aurora, New York

"Wonderful course, and lots of good information"

Brianne G - Dolgeville, New York

"Great presentation! A lot of good information to apply to the workforce. "

Emilee J - Herkimer, New York

"Good Presentation "

Joseph P - mamaroneck, New York

"Great job"

Kelly H - Olive Branch, Mississippi

"Very interesting and enlightening course. Will definitely help the way I react and address employees. "

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