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How to Be an Ally (Online)

Even the most well-intentioned allies unintentionally engage in practices that undermine their allyship. This online program pinpoints some of the most common mistakes that people commit and the most common virtues they fail to enact. Through this session, you will learn how to deepen your inclusion efforts in the most authentic ways. Through reflection, journaling, small group discussion, and seminar exchanges, you will learn to identify privileges, biases, and microaggressions before diversifying experience, practicing equity, and creating inclusion in ways that make for more impactful allies.

You will be expected to attend the How to Be an Ally Summit in order to satisfy the requirements for this program.

Pre-Work and Post-Work: The modules may consist of assessments, discussion forum exercises, videos, and/or reading assignments. Additionally, each module requires post-work application, action planning exercises, and/or self-reflection. Please allow two to three hours to complete these items each week.

Who Should Attend

  • People Managers, Functional Managers, Divisional Leaders, and Executives
  • Employee Resource Group Leaders
  • Human Resource Practitioners
  • Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Leaders

This program is also offered in-person. Learn More »

Continuing Education Units

This course provides 2.1 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

$2,295.00
$2,295.00
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1 – 2$2,295.00
3 +$2,065.50