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Leveraging EDI to Assess Workplace Culture

March 5 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm

• Are you curious to learn effective strategies to identify if a workplace culture is inclusive?
• Are you wondering what tools and resources are out there to support you in learning more about a workplace culture’s environment?
• Or perhaps, you’re curious to learn more about the role of the Antiracism and Cultural Diversity Office (ARCDO) at the University of Toronto!

In this session, you will learn strategies to identify if there are signs that a workplace culture is inclusive. You will be able to identify questions to ask during informational interviews and at the interview itself to learn how a workplace environment approaches equity, diversity, and inclusion.

You will:
• Reflect on the role of workplace culture through an equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) lens
• Develop strategies for identifying workplace cultures that support equity, diversity, and inclusion
• Find tools and resources to identify workplace cultures that are EDI-centric effectively
• Understand the role of the Antiracism and Cultural Diversity Office and other equity-related offices in the complaint resolution process at the University of Toronto

Facilitator: Natasha Prashad, Advisor, Anti-Racism & Cultural Diversity Office

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Inspired from the Stanford Life Design Lab framework, the “Designing Your Life: Exploring Your Professional Possibilities” workshop will help graduate students uncover their philosophy of work and identify what careers may bring...