Full course description
Inclusive HR leaders foster more innovative and productive work environments. HR leaders play a key role in developing, changing, and reinforcing an organization's culture. They also assess and analyze the organization's current workforce diversity and set goals for overcoming challenges to inclusion. Perhaps most importantly, these HR professionals help other leaders develop inclusive competencies and strategies to improve performance and decision-making among teams.
This course explores inclusive leadership competencies for HR professionals, the application of these competencies within different business structures, the roles HR leaders play in developing inclusive organizational leaders, and the characteristics and benefits of inclusive leadership programs.
Explain strategies for inclusive decision-making in the workplace
Identify implicit biases found in decision-making
Explain components of an inclusive model of ethical decision-making
Describe methods for creating inclusive learning content
List strategies for building inclusive learning and development teams
Explain how to build learning and development teams for people of all abilities
Describe challenges to learning and development in flexible work arrangements
Explain inclusive development strategies for hybrid and remote teams
Define inclusive engagement strategies for hybrid and remote work models
IACET CEUs: 0.4 (Contact Hours: 4 hours)
HRCI Credits: 4 (Type: General)
SHRM PDCs: 4
Estimated time to complete: 4 hours