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This session focuses on the prevention of harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Relevant legislation and DePaul's Anti-Discriminatory Harassment Policy will be used as guidelines in examining employees' obligations and responsibilities.
This workshop takes diversity training to a whole new level by allowing participants to analyze situations where they can connect better with individuals who may be different from them.
This workshop explores the many dimensions of diversity and works to build a common awareness as it relates to a multicultural community. Several scenarios, role playing and exercises are used to challenge and highlight diversity competencies.
This workshop explores best practices in recruiting a diverse faculty. Best practices will be explored to include areas such as: writing a job description to include diversity competencies, marketing strategies and campus visits.
This workshop is now facilitated by Student Affairs. Please contact Cindy Pickett firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This workshop explores the many dimensions of leadership and how different cultural groups respond to managers and leaders within an organization.
This session focuses on the prevention of sexual harassment and gender discrimination in the workplace. Relevant legislation and DePaul's Sexual Harassment Policy will be used as guidelines in examining employees' obligations and responsibilities.
This seminar examines the relationship between organizational culture and employee experiences in order to uncover strategies and examples when addressing the macro and micro effects of gender in the workplace.
Inclusive Interviewing is a workshop that highlights the importance of understanding cultural differences to ensure selection of the best candidates.
The training uses lecture, discussion and cases to guide participants through disability etiquette and awareness issues from a social justice perspective. No one ever means to do or say the wrong thing to someone, especially someone who either has a disability or who has a child or other dependent with special needs. It most often occurs as a result of inexperience or a general lack of comfort and confidence in knowing the "right thing" to do and/or say. This session will highlight specific examples that will resonate with everyone's experiences. Participants will walk away from this session with confidence in speaking, working and socializing with people who either have a disability (of any type and severity) or who have a dependent with special needs. Examples of appropriate actions, language, etc. will be reviewed on a disability-specific basis.
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