Strategic Approaches to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. There is a moral, financial and legal business case for excellent practice in equality, diversity and inclusion in an organisational context. Ensuring it is led effectively at a strategic level requires knowledge, understanding, skills, behaviours and tenacity to keep pace with the momentum of change. Strategically, equality, diversity and inclusion matters. An understanding of the topic not only impacts on the success of strategic objectives but it mitigates risk and enables a culture of support and wellbeing to thrive.
The aim of this 3-day equality and diversity training course is to enable senior leaders to develop an in-depth understanding of equality, diversity, and inclusion at a strategic level, and identify how to best integrate key objectives into the organisation. Leaders will have the opportunity to critically assess structural inequality within an organisational and societal context, discuss approaches to comply with legal and good practice requirements, and to appraise the influence of equality, diversity, and inclusion on strategic objectives.
In a consultative and collaborative environment, the diversity and inclusion course will enable leaders to develop strategic priorities for equality, diversity, and inclusion, develop change plans to integrate strategy into the culture of the organisation, and evaluate the outcomes financially and socially.
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Will I achieve a degree or masters at the end of my course?
Upon completion of our Strategic Approaches to Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Course you will receive a recognised qualification (AWARD) accredited by the CMI to level 7 (Post-graduate level).
You can find out more about our accreditations on our Qualifications page.
I have worked in a management position for 4 years, but I have no formal qualifications. Can I still attend this course?
Our courses are designed for all professional roles, whether you have educational qualifications or not. However, we usually suggest that delegates have a minimum of 2 years’ management experience for this leadership course.
Who should attend this course?
Typically, our CMI Level 7 programmes attract general managers, heads of departments, directors of departments, assistant directors, managing directors, CEOs and other senior leaders. Each cohort will be varied, so delegates have access to a network of different job roles across all industry sectors.
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This course is for you if you want to:
- Develop an in-depth understanding of equality, diversity and inclusion at a strategic level
- Identify evidence-based approaches to remove structural inequality, both within an organisational and social context
- Build strategic priorities for equality, diversity and inclusion