Leading in a Diverse and Inclusive Culture in English

Leading in a Diverse and Inclusive Culture in English

Course Summary

A diverse team with unique individual perspectives can deliver exceptional results. Having such a team calls for a leader with an arsenal of inclusive leadership practices and keen self-awareness.

This course gives you deeper insights into yourself, your team, and the benefits of inclusion at all levels in your organization. Through self-assessments, case studies, and proven hands-on activities, you’ll develop competencies and get tools to create an environment fueled by engagement and innovation. In addition, you’ll learn to apply a roadmap that ensures that all are heard, recognized, and appreciated—so productivity can soar.


  • Fee
  • 148,500 yen (inc.tax)
  • Venue
  • TBD
  • Language
  • English
  • Faculty
  • Quintegral Faculty
  • Location
  • Tokyo/Osaka/Nagoya/Others
  • Duration
  • 2 days

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How You Will Benefit

  • ● Recognize the issues and value of D&I at the personal, team, and organizational levels
  • ● Become a more inclusive leader by recognizing strengths and growth opportunities for yourself and for others
  • ● Communicate effectively and inclusively in a diverse environment
  • ● Articulate how operating from biases impacts innovation, productivity, and engagement
  • ● Analyze diversity and cultural competencies in the context of talent management
  • ● Harness the power of differences to boost team performance and collaboration
  • ● Manage disagreements, misunderstandings, and conflict

Who Should Attend

Managers and leaders who want to promote and lead an increasingly diverse workforce and client base, and promote an inclusive environment; diversity and inclusion leaders; learning and development professionals.

Course Outline

1. Introduction to Diversity and Inclusion
– Establish a Common Language Through Definitions
– Understand the Business Imperative for Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace
– Reflect on the Multidimensional, Multicultural Aspects of Individual Identity

2. Bridging Communication Differences
– Identify Communication Style
– Recognize Obstacles That May Hinder Communication
– Apply Listening and Empathy to Bridge Differences
– Understand and Recognize Microinequities
– Initiate a Conversation with Someone Whose Difference You May Be Uncomfortable With

3. Leading a Successful Multicultural Team
– Identify Strengths and Development Needs Using the Inclusive Leadership Assessment
– Master the Art of Inclusive Meetings
– Develop a Skill for Facilitating Teams’ Ability to Work Effectively Together
– Identify Your Ideal Network to Accomplish Your Goals and Advance Your Career
– Identify Leadership Challenges

4. Dialogue: Having Difficult Conversations
– Use a Model to Hold Difficult Conversations
– Identify Characteristics of Debate, Discussion, and Dialogue
– Practice Dialogue in Conversations

5. Your Vision and Plan for an Inclusive Workplace
– Review the Seminar’s Key Tools and Takeaways
– Create an Inclusive Vision for Your Workplace
– Build an Inclusive Leader Action Plan



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