Diversity and Inclusion

Micro Courses

If you take Clarke University's CareerPLUS micro course, "Inclusive Workplace Strategies," you will come away with a wide range of strategies for fostering an inclusive culture in your company or organization, or within your department or team. Every workplace or group has diversity, since diversity takes many forms - ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, ability, sexual orientation, education, religion, introversion/extroversion, marital or parental status - the list goes on and on. Learning to value and celebrate the diverse identities and perspectives of others is a crucial component of creating a winning workplace or team.


November 1-28, 2020, Online
We are all influenced by the culture(s) in which we live, but we do not often think about how this impacts our interactions with others. In this micro course, you will reflect on your own "cultural background", including your values and communication styles, and you will come away with skills and strategies that will help you effectively navigate interactions with your colleagues, clients, and others you encounter daily.


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"Diversity and Inclusion" is a hot topic in many organizations, but oftentimes it is difficult to move "beyond the buzz words" to action that helps individuals gain a deeper understanding of themselves and of the people with whom they work. In this micro course, you will explore factors that affect your conscious and unconscious thoughts and develop strategies for building empathy and reducing bias in your workplace.


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Badge Programs

During this badge program, you will assess your own values and attitudes concerning various types of human diversity; examine the impact of prejudice, discrimination, and bias in professional settings and in society; and come away with strategies for working with human diversity in your own workplace.