HR Competencies

  • HR Expertise
  • Global and Cultural Effectiveness
  • Relationship Management
  • Ethical Practice

Objective

There is significant data on the benefits of hiring employees with a wide range of talents, backgrounds and perspectives. However, differences in language, cultures, generations and social viewpoints can make workplace and personal interactions difficult. Succeeding in navigating these differences requires understanding our own unconscious biases in working with others. This class will explore current thinking and research about the effect of unconscious bias in interviewing, hiring practices and in creating workplaces that benefit from diversity and inclusive practices.

Outline

  • ​Introduce the concepts of diversity and inclusion
  • Create awareness of unconscious bias in our interactions with others
  • Discuss how to recognize and navigate differences in viewpoints

Designed For

Anyone concerned with being successful in working with a diverse, rapidly-changing workforce

Facilitator

Employers Council staff

Credits

Course ID #PDEV132



Class Details

No offerings for the remainder of the year. Check our new course catalog coming out this fall.

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