Leadership & Management

Practicing DEI Can Improve Organizational Culture

The course should help leadership understand why investing in DEI education, training, and follow-up can improve interrelationships in the organization. Instituting certain DEI concepts can reveal barriers that cause stress in the workplace; help people to be more informed and aware of negative and biased behaviors, and address them appropriately. Companies should practice a culture of inclusivity that is not false or forced and build a pathway for long term success and trust. Your goal should be to implement a few good practices within your organization that lead to positive, progressive changes for a more inclusive, equitable workplace.

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Created by Vanessa Womack
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About the author

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Vanessa Womack has a LinkedIn Learning course "Managing A Diverse Team". She is an experienced facilitator in leadership, governance, community dialogue, and soft skills.

Vanessa had community engagement and leadership roles in a mentoring program, an advisory council member for the Virginia Commonwealth University – Grace E. Harris Leadership Institute Minority Political Leadership Institute, and Initiatives of Change.

Vanessa earned her undergraduate degree from Baruch College (CUNY) and graduate degree from Averett University. Vanessa is the author of a children's STEM book, 'Emerald Jones: The Fashion Designer Diva' and a romance novel, 'Paint the Sky Purple'.