We provide a variety of trainings and workshops to help Duke staff tap into the power of diversity, avoid and resolve conflicts, and comply with university regulations related to equal opportunity, harassment, and discrimination.
Our services are ideal for Duke managers and supervisors who are proactive about creating a unified, inclusive team.
Diversity, Intercultural, and Inclusion Education
Open Enrollment Workshops
Duke employees can register for diversity/inclusion workshops on topics like implicit bias in hiring decisions, generational issues in the workplace, and engaging diverse teams. Join our mailing list to receive information about upcoming workshops.
We offer customized workshops on various diversity and inclusion topics can be customized to meet the particular needs and culture of a department, professional school, or work environment.
Lectures and Presentations
Lectures and presentations can be designed and delivered to groups of any size. Topic areas include managing issues of harassment in the workplace and learning environment, implicit bias in the academy, and the challenges of building a diverse workforce.
Video and Online Education
Online learning resources are available to you as part of a long-term structured diversity and inclusion intervention or as a short-term learning opportunity.
Leadership and Organizational Development
We offer Executive Coaching and a Customized Professional Development Curriculum. By using a range of tailored approaches and organizational leadership research, we provide coaching for Duke leaders on diversity and intercultural awareness in five areas:
- Team building
- Workforce culture
- Strategic planning
- Student engagement (undergraduate and graduate)
- Goal setting
Our team works directly with staff and faculty in measurable, practical, and task-oriented ways. This includes working across the Duke enterprise in the professional development space.
We will work with you to focus on your needs and create a customized curriculum that will identify specific outcomes tied to your unit's measurable growth over time. Our program helps prepare the Duke community to reflect and build on a wide range of human experiences, ways of knowing, and practices — all of which are at the core of our leadership and organizational development programs and strategies.
Diversity, Belonging, and Inclusion Engagement | Customizing Strategies
The Office for Institutional Equity offers wide-ranging services to address questions that managers and staff may have, such as:
- How do I work successfully with people from a wide variety of backgrounds, age groups, work experiences, values, and beliefs?
- How can our differences and similarities be understood and leveraged?
- What does it take to tap into the creativity and innovation inherent in a diverse team environment?
- What are the skills required to harness the power of multiple viewpoints and different life experiences to increase innovation, creativity, and high-performance results?
- What are the qualities of an inviting work culture and climate where diversity not only survives but thrives and flourishes?
We partner with leaders, managers, faculty, staff, and administrators across Duke University and Duke University Health System to address questions like these and to help create a climate where people, with all of their differences and similarities, truly feel that they “belong at the table."
Ready for Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Training?
Request training with our Online Intake Form.
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Interested in learning more about or scheduling a training, educational, and team-building sessions in the area of diversity, intercultural and inclusion education?
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Diversity Education | Duke University Health System
The Duke University Health System (DUHS) Diversity Education for Staff course helps health care workers become aware of unconscious biases and stereotypes that may influence their ability to provide patient-centered care. Through this course, they recognize how diversity and inclusion, cultural competence, and implicit bias affect their view of patients and colleagues. This training has been developed using evidence-based research integrating The Joint Commission standards that directly affect patient safety and quality of care.
Learn more about the NEW "Duke Health: Empathy, Belonging and Cultural Education II" Curriculum.
Interested in learning more about or scheduling a DUH diversity educational session?
Email Pamela Bivens, Diversity & Inclusion Educator
Discrimination, Harassment, and Sexual Misconduct Education
The Office for Institutional Equity offers a tailored, one hour educational sessions about the Policy on Prohibited Discrimination, Harassment, and Related Misconduct and your responsibilities as a Duke administrator, supervisor, manager, director or chair.
In addition to important content, these sessions will utilize case scenarios to facilitate learning focused on the core components of the harassment policy, how to identify sexual harassment, best practices for responding to harassment concerns, reporting requirements, and resources to support you and your department in harassment prevention and compliance.
Retaliation for Supervisors and Managers
Duke is committed to encouraging and sustaining work and learning environments that are free from prohibited discrimination and harassment. Under Duke’s policies, employees are encouraged and have the right to seek support, use available resources, and report concerns. As such, our policies prohibit retaliation against employees for doing so. The Office for Institutional Equity offers a 1-hour session using examples and scenarios to help supervisors and managers identify retaliation and understand their responsibilities to avoid and respond to it.
Learn more or request one of these training sessions.