Becoming an inclusive leader requires continuous learning and unlearning your biases. It means understanding how and where you use your power and privilege to take action. Discover the two essential skills needed to practice inclusive leadership: self-awareness and curiosity. You will unravel the institutional and societal structures that shape your perceptions and views.
This class examines the relationship between personal identity, power, and privilege and how they intersect to create inequities in the workplace. You will learn how cultural assumptions become learned behaviors, thoughts, and beliefs that shape your implicit bias and influence decision-making across the employee lifecycle.