Inclusive Leadership: Moving beyond diversity towards racial equity

2 hour instructor-led workshop
For people leaders


Complimenting and expanding upon the anti-racism competencies established in modules 1 and 2, module 3 specifically supports the ways people leaders are called to create inclusive environments within the workplace. Understanding that this is not an easy task, this workshop addresses the subtle and very apparent circumstances in which racial inequities occur, not only affecting the success of racially marginalized persons, but the organization as a whole. Through the use of real workplace examples, peer discussions, anti-racism best practices and tools, people leaders will learn how to effectively guide their teams towards a racially inclusive and progressive culture where no one is left behind.

Learning objectives

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

  • Gain awareness about how racial inequities impact the career trajectories and job satisfaction of marginalized workers and unpack how these impacts directly affect organizational outcomes
  • Recognize the many ways each member of the workplace can foster a healthy, fair and racially inclusive culture regardless of their role
  • Identify practical strategies for removing racial injustices from the workplace in order to create harmony and a sense of belonging for all employees

This workshop is Module 3 in the The Equitable Workplace Series.

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Law Society of Ontario Accredited

This program contains 2 EDI Professionalism Hours.


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