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Bias and the Workplace: History, Structure, and Individuals

This certificate program from the University of California-Berkeley helps professionals navigate complex group dynamics, communicate effectively in challenging situations, and understand how to make decisions consistent with equity goals across their organizations. The courses adapt the latest research to aid professionals as they develop productive responses to policy, ethical, and cultural challenges that organizations confront in an ever-changing, increasingly diverse business environment.

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Bias and the Workplace: History, Structure, and Individuals

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After a course session ends, it will be archivedOpens in a new tab.
Starts Feb 7
Ends Nov 8

Bias and the Workplace: History, Structure, and Individuals

This certificate program from the University of California-Berkeley helps professionals navigate complex group dynamics, communicate effectively in challenging situations, and understand how to make decisions consistent with equity goals across their organizations. The courses adapt the latest research to aid professionals as they develop productive responses to policy, ethical, and cultural challenges that organizations confront in an ever-changing, increasingly diverse business environment.

Bias and the Workplace: History, Structure, and Individuals
8 weeks
5–8 hours per week
Self-paced
Progress at your own speed
Free
Optional upgrade available

There is one session available:

After a course session ends, it will be archivedOpens in a new tab.
Starts Feb 7
Ends Nov 8

About this course

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Beyond Diversity provides individuals with the analytical skills and management tools needed to thrive in an inclusive workplace. This certificate program from the University of California, Berkeley, helps professionals to accelerate their careers by showing them how to navigate complex group dynamics, communicate effectively in challenging situations, and make critical decisions consistent with equity goals across a range of identities such as race, gender, sexual orientation, among others. Developed by world-class Berkeley professors, the program overcomes the shortcomings of traditional diversity trainings through a deeper understanding of the structural, interpersonal, and individual sources of bias that can often affect the workplace. The courses adapt cutting-edge research to enable professionals to develop productive responses to policy, ethical, and cultural challenges that organizations must increasingly confront in a fast-changing business world. Through this online program, employees, managers, and executives will gain concrete strategies to create meaningful and sustainable change in the workplace.

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What you'll learn

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  • How to identify and respond to biases in the workplace.

  • How to understand the perspectives of minoritized employees within the workplace.

  • How to implement equitable hiring and evaluation practices within the workplace.

  • How to chart a course towards meaningful change within the workplace, moving from unbiased to anti-biased.

  • How to create a climate of equity and belonging for all members of the workplace.

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