From Diversity to Inclusivity

Exec Ed ranked Number 1 in new skills and learning by FT

Fall 2021 Program 
November 1 – 15, 2021

Location: Live Online

Program Fee
$4,500 (US)

Carusso

Professor Heather Caruso
Program Faculty Director

“My goal is to help people make the most of opportunities to grow, inspire and work effectively together.”

Uniquely UCLA

UCLA Anderson Executive Education has been a leader in equity, diversity and inclusion programming for more than 20 years. Our program builds on this proud tradition and the groundbreaking research, teaching and industry experience of our faculty to deliver powerful frameworks that can develop your executives into leaders with a truly inclusive mindset.

Program Overview

Behaviors are more important than words

Most organizations talk about the vital importance of diverse perspectives in driving organizational success. However, when it comes to creating an inclusive culture for their diverse workforces, they often fall short.

Research from multiple studies confirms that organizations that succeed in implementing an effective culture of inclusion show measurable improvement of key metrics that drive business success and sustainability of the enterprise.

 

Program Faculty

 

Our distinguished faculty draw upon their original research and vast teaching experience to create a groundbreaking program that delivers the mind-and skill-set needed to lead effectively in a diverse organization and to help build a truly inclusive culture.

Heather Caruso

Heather Caruso

Assistant Dean of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion;
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations

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Miguel M. Unzueta

Miguel M. Unzueta

Senior Associate Dean of MBA Programs; Professor of Management and Organizations

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The Impact

 

The program is designed to deliver value to both the individual participant and
to the sponsoring organization.

Program insights will help leaders upskill both as individuals navigating within organizations and as the designers/architects of those organizations, capable of making systemic change.

Participants will develop skill in architecting workplaces and workplace dynamics that energize, inspire, and unify diverse employees, creating space for people to bring their whole selves to work, and benefit all.

Learn more about the UCLA Anderson Inclusive Leadership Program