Diversity Equity and Inclusion

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

Businesses, nonprofit organizations, and leaders are actively working to transform workplaces and communities into more inclusive environments. Applying diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) practices helps to develop workplaces where individuals are valued for their talents and empowered to reach their fullest potential.

Our DEI offerings are designed for people who want to gain knowledge and understand best practices. Start today to incorporate meaningful diversity, equity, and inclusion into your organizational culture and operations.


Diversity Training for Employees and Managers

Diversity training for employees and managers. Learn how to understand others and collaborate in diverse environments. Self-paced. Three months access.


Hiring and Retaining Diverse TalentHiring and Retaining Diverse Talent

Marisa Crawford Gray of Intentionally Designed Solutions leads this workshop to learn how to create an inclusive work culture, prioritize diversity, recruit multi-generational employees, and build an inclusive workspace, both in person and in remote work settings. This course includes discussion and interactive practice techniques that will explore various considerations for attracting, recruiting, and retaining an age-diverse workforce.


Effective Communication During Difficult Times

Dr. Nicole Price leads this live virtual seminar. Difficult conversations happen all around us and we all have our own challenges when it comes to having them. We handle people differently in different contexts, with our own biases and our own unique emotional triggers. The good news is that with practice, perspective, and feedback – we can work on our ability to have these difficult conversations. Available through Executive Education at Henry W. Bloch School of Management.


Cultivating Culture

Dr. Nicole Price leads this live virtual seminar. When leading others, the meetings, plethora of decisions, competing priorities, performance reviews (and everything else) chip away at the clock. Falling into this endless routine, passion diminishes and leaders grow tired – ultimately having a negative impact on organizational culture. Instead of thinking of culture on an ominous, global level, impact culture by focusing on climates first. Based on these leader-led microclimates, we can make substantial progress. Available through Executive Education at Henry W. Bloch School of Management.


Intercultural Development Inventory

In partnership with the UMKC Division of Diversity & Inclusion, we are a proud provider of the Intercultural Development Inventory® (IDI®). Learn how you or your company can use this assessment to improve intercultural competence and achieve diversity and inclusion goals.