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Diversity and Inclusion for Leaders

Inclusive leaders are the voice for fairness on their team

Description

Team leaders at every level have a duty of care to the people on their team and this extends to being skillful and proactive in efforts around diversity and inclusion. Too often, marginalized team members are forced to be the ones that have to be the voice of fairness or justice, when in fact, the leader should take this role. This kind of leadership encourages a workplace that is comfortable for all, and thereby inclusive by definition. This class describes the landscape of these leadership duties with tools and examples.

Learning Objectives

  • High level of familiarity with diversity, equity, and inclusion terminology and concepts

  • Work to recognize own management biases with recommendations to reduce them

  • Seek out team dynamic-related explanations for lack of inclusion

  • Assess skill level for inclusion competence

  • Review best practices for inclusive leadership

Board Accreditation

MN Board of Social Work
    2.0 CEUs   (CEP-275)    

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