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Trust is defined as “a psychological state comprising the intention to accept vulnerability based upon positive expectations of the intentions or behavior of another”. It is vital to have a high level of trust that encourages discussion and exploration of new attributes like those that contribute to diversity, equity and inclusion within and organization.

Each person experiences their own evolution of purpose in the workforce. Life changes, situations changes and challenges change. Professionals follow a different path of career growth based on a multitude of factors and not everyone is ready for advances and changes at the same time in their career. In this regard, building trust between the employee and management is crucial to maintaining an environment of equity. Herein lies the tie to a strong diversity equity and inclusion program.

Most professionals in the workforce strive to grow and desire to feel like they are trusted and valued because of their talents, skills and contributions to the organization. But the challenge for organizations is to develop a program that evolves with each individual employee. The program must be built upon as the employee transfers and advances throughout the organization. To execute this requires significant trust, transparency and awareness in the organizations. Many experts indicate that when diversity practices and trust both exist in an organization, employee engagement increases. When engagement increases, inclusion increases.

Course Series

This course is included in the following series:

5 CoursesDiversity, Equity and Inclusion Series

  1. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Understanding the Requirements
  2. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Building a Strong Culture
  3. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Unconscious Bias
  4. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Leadership Skills
  5. Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Building Confidence and Trust

Learning Objectives

  • Recognize how the factors of trust and confidence contribute to a strong DEI program.
  • Recognize how to examine professional research that elaborates on how diversity, employee engagement, trust and inclusion impact the workforce.
  • Identify how the confidence factor contributes to trust.
  • Discover and describe steps to building an organizational trust element.
    Last updated/reviewed: Aug 01, 2022

    1 Review (7 ratings)Reviews

    5
    Anonymous Author
    I thought the course was solid and very relevant in today's environment. I wish my company would practice more of what was preached in this training.

    Prerequisites

    Course Complexity: Foundational
    No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.

    Who Should Attend:
    Chief Executive Officers, Senior Executive Management, Board Members, Compliance Professionals, Legal Professionals, and Audit professionals.

    Education Provider Information

    Company:
    Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
    Contact:
    For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
    Course Syllabus
    INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
      4:11Introduction to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Building Confidence and Trust
      9:58Trust and Confidence
      12:07Components and Benefits of Trust
      6:14Components and Benefits of Confidence
      16:12Build Organizational Trust
      15:36Steps to Create Trust
      8:28Steps to Build Confidence in Workforce
      6:06Bringing it All Together
      1:40Summary
    CONTINUOUS PLAY
      1:20:32Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Building Confidence and Trust
    SUPPORTING MATERIAL
      PDFSlides: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - Building Confidence and Trust
      PDFDiversity, Equity and Inclusion - Building Confidence and Trust Glossary/ Index
    REVIEW AND TEST
      quizREVIEW QUESTIONS
     examFINAL EXAM