Why this program?
Organizations that embrace Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) thrive, helping to transform the workforce culture into one that benefits everyone. Leaders who model inclusive behaviours increase employee satisfaction and engagement, recruit and nurture top talent, develop collaborative and innovative approaches to problem-solving, and influence overall organizational success.
In this program you will engage in facilitated discussions, experiential activities and case research to emerge with a clear strategy to drive positive change within your organization’s culture.
During this program, you will:
- Discuss the difference between equity, diversity and inclusion and why each is critical to success.
- Examine how EDI affects yourself, your team and your organization.
- Develop the leadership skills needed to create impactful and lasting change through EDI.
Who should attend?
Managers or executives who want to develop their understanding of how EDI affects the workplace and gain the leadership skills needed to implement EDI strategies and systems in their organization.
Jennifer Montebruno, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer, University of Manitoba
Jennifer Montebruno is the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Officer in Human Resources where she is currently supporting initiatives and projects to help Human Resources meet the University of Manitoba’s strategic goals in equity, diversity, inclusion, and accessibility.
She has a background in non-profit management, facilitation, consulting and training, leadership development and community engagement, with a track record for building and strengthening collaborative partnerships through an intersectional and inclusive approach. Jennifer holds an undergraduate degree and management certificate from the University of Winnipeg.
Do you have 10 or more team members who would benefit from taking this program? Many of our open enrolment programs can be customized for your team and delivered exclusively to your organization. Find out more about our custom programs by contacting us today at 204-946-0232 or via email at ExecEdInfo@umanitoba.ca.