About the course
This course requires participants to prepare and deliver a D & I presentation to a real-world client system. This is considered the “Capstone Project” and is required for the awarding of the certificate. Participants are expected to demonstrate skills and competencies acquired over the course of the program, which are relevant to the presenting D & I issues put forward by the client system. Candidates are expected to demonstrate the ability to integrate applicable D & I theory, models and metrics in a live presentation format, supported by a companion concept paper deliverable.
Upon completion of the course, successful students will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to integrate theory and practice into a high quality proposal designed to address a real diversity and inclusion problem presented by one of the practice clients introduced during the course of the certificate program.
Paco brings over 17 years of Organization Development experience to his work with military, government agencies, and the private sector. By using behavioral science theory and practices, Paco has provided custom designed consulting services to over 15 federal and state government agencies and mo...
Marcia McKinzie is an HR Consultant at Capital One providing internal consulting services for the US Card business. Previously, Marcia has provided consulting to multiple functions across the enterprise including Corporate Reputation and Governance (Legal, Audit, Regulatory Relations, Government ...
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