A Practical Toolkit for Intercultural Management: Strategies for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Over the course of five modules, students will be exposed to the latest case studies on intercultural management, as well as practices that have made a meaningful difference in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion.
This course will feature special guest panels, as well as a specialized diversity education kit and 1:1 coaching for developing new policies tailored to the individual circumstances. From hiring to retention, this course will equip students with practical toolkits for success in building a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Here is a list of some of the specific topics that will be covered:
- The Fight for Gender Equality in Canada & Women in Leadership
- Multiculturalism & Tools for Diversity in the Workforce
- Detecting our hidden biases and promoting an inclusive working environment: LGBTQ+, GBA+ & accessibility in the workforce
- Indigenous Representation & Removing barriers to access opportunities
- Understanding French-Canadian Business Culture
- Intercultural Communication & Mainstreaming Cultural Awareness
- and more!
*Topics above are subject to change
What You Will Learn
By completing this program, students will be able to develop practical toolkits for successful intercultural management, tackle their own subconscious biases, and promote inclusive cultures with a lasting impact on the organization’s success. In doing so, this program seeks to empower and inspire students to appreciate the true value of diversity and benefit from an inclusive environment.
What is Included
- 1-on-1 coaching
- Specialized diversity education kit
- Digital content
- Digital certificate of completion
Who Should Attend
The program is designed for both employers and employees who want to work effectively to transform their workplaces to be more equitable, safe and inclusive for all.
- Manager, executive or leader
- Human resources practitioner
- Organizational training/development specialist
- Healthcare or community service professional
- Educator, administrator or student service personnel
- Community development worker
- Business owner
- Independent consultant/trainer
- Online delivery, blend of lecture, panel discussion, video and group activities
- Five modules, two hours each
- Weekly required readings
- Group exercises, assignments and oral presentations
If you have a concern that may require accommodation, please contact us prior to the course start. If you require accommodations for a disability or have accessibility concerns about the course, the classroom or course materials, please contact Accessibility Services at Carleton University.
Tina J. Park, Ph.D., Fellow, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA)
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