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Opening Closed Doors - A Diveristy and Inclusion Series Program


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In today’s workforce, effective communication plays a pivotal role when fostering an inclusive work environment while working towards improving cross-cultural experiences, and reducing interpersonal conflict.

Opening Closed Doors is a 4-hour course designed to provide the necessary tools and insight on how to effectively embrace diversity and inclusion in today’s workplace.

As a result of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Identify differences positively
  • Understand and recognize how respect is demonstrated
  • Effectively promote awareness and accountability
  • Identify tools for embracing diversity and inclusion in the workplace

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Opening Closed Doors

Friday, May 13, 2016
8:00am - 12:00pm
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For more information, download the program information sheet.

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Lifelong Learning
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