This course will look at how sexual orientation impacts on a person’s experience of the workplace, how to recognise and deal with the different and often nuanced forms of discrimination, the impact they have on an individual’s mental well-being and on their performance, and key strategies to support sexual minorities to create an inclusive and positive working environment where people feel safe to be themselves.
This course explores inclusivity from a variety of perspectives and characteristics.
This course shows how an intersectional lens can be used to tackle discrimination and exclusion, and improve inclusion at work.
As awareness about neurodiversity grows, organisations are recognising the importance of responding to the wider needs of neurodivergent thinkers.
Allies use their power, voice and privilege to act in solidarity with individuals from marginalised or minority groups.
Racial bias and discrimination continue to impact negatively on the working lives of people from Black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.
This online course examines the impact that micro-behaviours can have on our working relationships.
The belief that there are eternal and universal differences between the sexes is a popular one – but it’s not supported by the scientific research.
Getting to grips with unconscious bias is a critical step in creating a fair and inclusive workplace.