eCornell Course: Diversity and Inclusion at Work (ILRDI 003)

Lisa Nishii
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The management of diversity and inclusion has evolved from a focus on compliance to a strategic-level effort with a demonstrated positive impact on an organization's performance. In the current business climate, companies that strive for both diversity and inclusion are achieving intended business r...

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Price
RM3,100.00
HRDC Claimable

Upskill
Part Time
Online Instructor Led
2 Weeks
Upcoming Courses
What to Expect
  • Distinguish between diversity and inclusion
  • Assess stereotypes and prejudices that may influence behavior in work groups
  • Describe methods to reduce prejudice and improve psychological safety in work groups
  • Assess the three sources of inclusion in a workplace (organizational, work group, and immediate supervisor)
Who Should Attend This Course

Anyone on a team, managing teams, supervising employees, and interacting in professional settings who wants to support and engage in diversity and inclusion practices in their workplace.

Prerequisites

None

General Program
  • Module 1: Distinguish Between Diversity and Inclusion
  • Module 2: Examine Methods of Fostering Inclusion in Work Groups
  • Module 3: Assess the Sources of Inclusion
Certificate

Letter of Completion

  1. Will I get a certificate at the end of the course?

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    BINA Digital: Yes, we will award you with a certificate upon full attendance of the programme. The certificate will be issued by airasia academy and powered by Google Cloud.

  2. Can I get a job after attending the course?

    The certificate from airasia academy is recognised by the industry which is sufficient to land you a job. But, if you manage to stand out and earn excellent results, our trainers may recommend you to companies within the airasia group and Google Cloud ecosystem, or to their extensive network of businesses. That means you will have a good shot kickstarting a new career!

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Meet your instructor
Lisa Nishii
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Lisa Nishii joined the faculty of the Human Resource Studies department at the ILR School, Cornell University after receiving her Ph.D. and M.A. in Organizational Psychology from the University of Maryland, and a B.A in economics from Wellesley College.

Nishii is an expert on inclusion in organizations. Her research focuses on the confluence of organizational practices, leadership behaviors, and climate for inclusion on individual- and group-level outcomes. Using multi-level and multi-method research designs across a number of large-scale federally funded projects, she has found that leaders play an important role in shaping inclusion. In particular, the extent to which leaders role model inclusive behaviors, clarify the learning and innovation benefits of diversity for the group’s work, and set strong norms related to interpersonal interactions, determines the inclusiveness of their workgroup climates. In turn, workgroup climate has important implications for the authenticity of the relationship that group members develop, the positive versus negative quality of relational ties, the information that is shared among group members, the extent of conflict that is experienced, and ultimately the creativity, financial performance, and turnover rates associated with these groups. Workgroup climate also impacts individual-level experiences of discrimination versus inclusion, as well as engagement and performance. She is currently developing and testing the effectiveness of training interventions for leaders as well as for in-tact teams on how to cultivate workgroup inclusion. Nishii’s earlier research focused primarily on diversity in individual-level cognition and behavior as determined by national culture.

Nishii actively publishes in top-tier journals, including the Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, and Science, and serves on the editorial boards for AMR, AMJ, and JAP. She is currently the Chair of the Academy of Management’s Gender and Diversity in Organizations Division, and the Chair of the ILR School’s International Programs. She serves on a variety of college and university-level councils for diversity, globalization, and engaged learning. Nishii also consults with multinational companies, primarily related to diversity and inclusion and organizational assessment.

Price
RM3,100.00
HRDC Claimable

Upskill
Part Time
Online Instructor Led
2 Weeks