Introduction to DIB

Zoom Virtual Webinar

This virtual workshop’s duration is 3.5 hours, 10:30-2:00 with a break from 12:00-12:30. It is the first workshop in the series, designed to start you on the journey, or support your journey, to become more culturally confident. The goal is to gain knowledge and strategies to enhance inclusion and belonging at Harvard and in your daily interactions.   In this workshop, you will increase your level of confidence in: Beginning…

Understanding Unconscious Bias

Zoom Virtual Webinar

We all have unconscious biases, which doesn’t make us moral or corrupt; it makes us human. In this 2-hour virtual workshop, you will learn how the brain is naturally inclined to make generalizations (some true, some false, some good, some bad) and why. When these generalizations result in stereotypes and biases, there is a danger that marginalized employees will suffer unfair treatment and judgment through no fault of their own.…

Understanding Unconscious Bias

Zoom Virtual Webinar

We all have unconscious biases, which doesn’t make us moral or corrupt; it makes us human. In this 2-hour virtual workshop, you will learn how the brain is naturally inclined to make generalizations (some true, some false, some good, some bad) and why. When these generalizations result in stereotypes and biases, there is a danger that marginalized employees will suffer unfair treatment and judgment through no fault of their own.…

Understanding Unconscious Bias

Zoom Virtual Webinar

We all have unconscious biases, which doesn’t make us moral or corrupt; it makes us human. In this 2-hour virtual workshop, you will learn how the brain is naturally inclined to make generalizations (some true, some false, some good, some bad) and why. When these generalizations result in stereotypes and biases, there is a danger that marginalized employees will suffer unfair treatment and judgment through no fault of their own.…

Inclusive Recruitment Training Series: Job Descriptions and Advertising

Zoom Virtual Webinar

In this introductory course, learn the foundational principles for crafting compelling and compliant job descriptions using a competency-based approach, and learn how to create proactive advertising strategies for job postings. This module will be largely lecture-based, but will also include interactive exercises to practice the application of newly-learned techniques.

Introduction to DIB Session for Longwood Only

Zoom Virtual Webinar

This virtual workshop is the first session in the series on Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, designed to start you on the journey, or support your journey, to become more culturally confident. The goal is to gain knowledge and strategies to enhance inclusion and belonging at Harvard and in your daily interactions. In this workshop, you will increase your level of confidence in: Beginning to understand important DIB concepts Exploring the…

Inclusive Recruitment Training Series: Resume Review & Interviewing

Zoom Virtual Webinar

In this introductory course, learn tips and tricks for effectively reviewing resumes and how to organize and execute an equitable interview process - both using a competency-based approach. This module will be largely lecture-based, but will also include interactive exercises to practice the application of newly-learned techniques.

Understanding Unconscious Bias

Zoom Virtual Webinar

We all have unconscious biases, which doesn’t make us moral or corrupt; it makes us human. In this 2-hour virtual workshop, you will learn how the brain is naturally inclined to make generalizations (some true, some false, some good, some bad) and why. When these generalizations result in stereotypes and biases, there is a danger that marginalized employees will suffer unfair treatment and judgment through no fault of their own.…

Inclusive Recruitment Training Series: Onboarding & Retention

Zoom Virtual Webinar

In this introductory course, learn about the key considerations to make and steps to take when onboarding a new staff member to ensure their long-term success in their role, and that they understand how their work connects to the mission here at Harvard. This module will be largely lecture-based, with the opportunity for interaction and dialogue via polls, the chat, and Q&A.

Addressing Microaggressions at Work

Zoom Virtual Webinar

In this session, you will learn about what microaggressions are and how they negatively impact individuals and teams. You will examine the differences between intention and impact and learn key strategies for addressing microaggressions in ways that foster shared understanding and growth. You will leave with actionable steps that you can begin to immediately apply.