Human Resources has added two new diversity learning and development opportunities at no cost in addition to sharing a comprehensive Racial Equity Tools Glossary.
Making Virtual Meetings Inclusive: Exploring Equity Gaps
CU Boulder faculty and staff are invited to join Human Resources for a training focused on understanding potential inequities in virtual meetings.The purpose of this one hour online course is to provide participants with the knowledge and skills for making virtual meetings inclusive.
Becoming an Inclusive Leader (6 week series)
The purpose of Becoming an Inclusive Leader series is to provide supervisors, managers, leaders and aspiring leaders at CU Boulder with the knowledge and skills to lead their teams to be more inclusive and equitable, as well as the ability to create a sense of belonging among team members. CU Boulder is committed to advancing the IDEA Plan and building an inclusive culture on campus.
Each Wednesday for six weeks, CU Boulder supervisors and aspiring leaders will meet on Zoom to address varying aspects of diversity and inclusion.
While a six week commitment is highly recommended, participants are welcome to join as their schedule allows.
Words Matter. A Racial Equity Glossary can help.
The Racial Equity Tools Glossary is a powerful resource for building your inclusive vocabulary. Building your inclusive vocabulary is not only a meaningful way to build your knowledge but allows you to participate more fully in diversity and inclusion work. The glossary includes terms such as: cultural racism, diaspora, implicit bias, microaggression, privilege, racial reconciliation, restorative justice and many more.