Diversity Equity & Inclusion Hiring, Recruiting, & Sourcing
What you'll learn
- Tools for creating a more inclusive and equitable hiring process
- A deeper understanding of how bias impacts hiring decisions and ways to disrupt it
- Common pitfalls to avoid, which may prevent you from designing an equitable and inclusive hiring practice
- Guidance on assessing your organization’s current hiring practices
- There are no specific skills, experiences, or other requirements necessary for this course, however we do recommend having a foundational understanding of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI)
- Learners may also find it helpful to have a general understanding of hiring, recruiting, and sourcing, however this isn't required
The pipeline is not the problem. A diverse talent pool exists. Now is the time for you to develop new skills and identify new tools to help you both attract, hire, and retain that talent.
If you are currently involved in hiring, interviewing, recruiting, and/or sourcing talent, then this course is for you. This course is designed to not only provide you with guidance for how best to source and recruit a diverse workforce, but to also:
Teach you how to identify and mitigate both individual and systemic hiring-related biases at each stage of the hiring process
Help you create an inclusive and equitable hiring process from start to finish
Challenge you to reflect on your current sourcing, recruiting, and hiring practices, and identify how best to apply your new learnings from this course
Please keep in mind that while sourcing and hiring a diverse mix of people should be a priority for your organization, equally as important is ensuring that you are establishing both an equitable and inclusive workplace for existing and future employees. If you haven’t already, we encourage you to check out our DEI 201 course, which is designed to guide you through how to develop a holistic DEI strategy that goes beyond just recruiting and sourcing, but also takes into consideration leadership engagement, budgeting, data & metrics, and more.
Note: This course has been updated as of January 2023 and now includes a downloadable e-book at the end of the course!
Who this course is for:
- Hiring Managers
- Talent Sourcers
- Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI) Professionals / Practitioners
- Talent Acquisition Professionals
- Recruiting Coordinators
- Human Resources (HR) Professionals
Adriele Parker is a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) thought partner with over 13 years of combined experience in DEI strategy, recruiting, learning and development, career development, and coaching. She specializes in agile DEI strategy development & implementation, inclusive leadership development, employee resource groups (ERGs), and inclusive team dynamics.
Adriele began her career in university career development, through which she gained exposure to tech recruiting. In 2015, she joined the internal recruiting team of a global tech startup, where she was formally introduced to and began working in the DEI space. There, she worked closely with stakeholders across the organization to establish DEI data pipelines, develop more inclusive hiring strategies and procedures, and build out a number of programs to promote DEI across the company.
Adriele joined GLG (Gerson Lehrman Group) as a DEI associate and within a few short months was promoted to global manager of DEI. During her time with GLG, she built out and implemented the company’s first D&I strategy, partnering with executive leaders in the Americas, EMEA, and APAC.
In 2019, Adriele was a senior project manager at Pivotal Software (now VMware) where she collaborated with others to develop and implement DEI initiatives using agile methodologies, managed ERGs, and coached internal DEI leaders and allies on best practices.
Adriele holds a BFA from New York University and an MA from the City University of New York.
Outside of DEI, Adriele is passionate about family & friends, her pup (@rouxthelilpoo), supporting other Black women, cooking (please send recipes!), investing, and upcycling clothing.
Caren Young is the Founder and President of The Professional Adult, a consultancy focusing on building solutions, people, and teams through training, coaching, workshops, and strategic development while integrating diversity, equity, and inclusion into all facets of our work lives. Using her background in Advertising, Product Management, and People Management, Caren is able to drive data-driven solutions while honoring all of the intersections that are brought into the workplace. Here at The Professional Adult, I work with both organizations and individuals and am excited to help you get to the next level!