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Building Blocks of Minority Retention and Success - A Diveristy and Inclusion Series Program

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As the workforce becomes more diverse, it’s important for an organization to understand the importance of leveraging the value, differences, and culture of their workforce necessary for building and retaining talent.

Building Blocks of Minority Retention and Success, is a 4-hour course that explores effective ways of demonstrating the value of a diverse workforce while promoting awareness, success and identifying the possible barriers to inclusion.

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

  • Promote an awareness of differences
  • Develop assessment skills for the long term
  • Explore effective ways of demonstrating value
  • Define leadership in support of a diverse culture
  • Identify barriers to inclusion
  • Define goals for retention and success


Building Blocks of Minority Retention & Success

Registration is no longer available. For more information, download the program information sheets.

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Lifelong Learning
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