Team diversity refers to the differences between individual members of a team in characteristics like age, nationality, race, gender, religious background, sexual orientation, and political preferences. It also encompasses differences in thought, experience, and perspective.
Almost everyone you interact with will have something to offer in regard to their diverse background. The most effective way of approaching the diversity of customers is to ensure diversity, equity and inclusion are at the forefront of your organization. But how?
Around the world and across industries, more generations than ever before are working together. This generational diversity can create challenges, but it also presents opportunities for sharing knowledge and experience.
Difficult conversations in a diverse workplace can be uncomfortable, often for those that aren’t in marginalized groups. Regardless of demographic differences, we all should lean into that discomfort to move toward a more inclusive future. So, let’s learn how.
When we can’t hold diversity, equity, and inclusion as separate concepts, and understand how they interact, we can’t set clear goals and strategies around them. Pulling apart these definitions is vital for an inclusive workplace.
Many employees struggle to recognize microaggressions at work. In fact, microaggressions can be easily missed, even by those saying them. But their impact runs deep. This course is designed to help you deal with microaggressions at work.
There are many things you and your workplace can do to be more racially inclusive, and a lot of them are quite simple. This course will help you promote inclusion of all races at work.
Cultural intelligence is more relevant than ever for organizations in an increasingly globalized world. Tuning into cultural intelligence enables us to communicate with people more effectively, by understanding their viewpoint.
If you’re a manager, you need to know that you’re crucial to the success of your organization’s DEI initiative. But first you need to know exactly what DEI is… We can help.
This course definitely can’t teach you everything about autism, but it can teach you the basics of how to be a great ally to your colleagues on the autism spectrum.
This course will cover the benefits of neurodiversity in your team, and how to make a welcoming and inclusive environment to support career growth for autistic candidates.
This course has been designed to recognize the key positive impacts of supporting and enabling neurodivergent people to work to their unique strengths. It will also explain the ways organizations can identify and encourage their neurodivergent employees’ talents and skills.
This course will outline some of the key characteristics and medical definitions of some of the more common neurodivergent conditions, while explaining that in spite of these conditions, no two people are exactly alike.
Providing effective feedback is aimed at both neurotypical and neurodivergent employees, who need to understand the importance and practicalities of providing constructive feedback to individuals in sensitive yet effective ways.
Making an employer aware of specific needs and preferences is one way for neurodivergent professionals to fully ensure a workplace is an inclusive and accessible environment for all. This course explores how neurodivergent individuals can make this happen.
This course will educate you on the strengths and challenges involved with being a neurodivergent person at work, and how other members of the team can best support them to thrive.
This course provides an overview of the SAP’s Autism at Work program, including what it is, how it works and what it entails.
This course will help you to conduct an interview and selection process that will give everybody – the neurotypical and the neurodivergent – an opportunity to showcase their talents.
This course helps you understand that neurodiversity is a viewpoint that brain differences are normal, rather than deficits.
Over the past few decades, our societies and workforces have become increasingly diverse. What actions can you do to help support greater diversity and inclusion where you work?
Equality is about fostering the same opportunities for all and taking all steps to eliminate discrimination. Diversity promotes and encourages the right to be different. This course will help leaders manage equality and diversity in the workplace.
Is there something more you can do to make people with a disability feel more included? Taking the time to understand disability is the first step in creating a more inclusive environment for people with a disability.
Everyone in the workplace deserves to be included and respected. Inclusion is especially important for the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community. In this course we’ll dive deeper into the meaning of being LGBT inclusive.
Discrimination happens everywhere around the world including the workplace. This course will help you understand discrimination and what you and your organization can do to ensure it provides equal opportunity for all workers.