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CCLI-100, Leadership and Inclusion: Understanding Today’s Workplace
This introductory course gives you an awareness of the importance and role of inclusive leadership in an increasingly globalized workplace. Through an examination of current practices, you'll discover the relationship between the dimensions of diversity, equity and inclusion.
CCLI-200, Leadership and Inclusion: Building Capacity for Inclusive Leadership
Modern leadership requires self-awareness, authenticity and an understanding of your own values and behaviours. In this course, you'll investigate your own identity and values and how these intersect within the workplace as well as explore the tension between personal and organizational values and identify strategies that develop and support your own growth as an inclusive leader.
CCLI-300, Leadership and Inclusion: Cultivating Cultures of Inclusion through Organizational Change
This course provides you with the skill of inclusive leadership and organizational change. You'll consider how the principles of diversity and equity shape leadership and guide organizations to become more inclusive. You'll also analyze leadership and change models to find effective and inclusive workplace policies and practices. By applying knowledge and tools introduced in this course, you will begin to explore your own work environment.
CCLI-400, Leadership and Inclusion: Effective Practices and Policies for Inclusion and Inclusive Leadership
This course emphasizes inclusive effective practices in the workplace and examines the implication of different influencers (e.g., human rights legislation) on organizational policies and procedures. Using various case studies, you will examine, compare and comment on existing organizational practices through the lens of inclusive leadership. At the end of the course, you will be able to communicate a persuasive rationale that promotes and supports diversity, inclusivity, and equity in the workplace.
For more information, contact Dr. Richard Williamson, Faculty, Humanities and Social Sciences.