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Intercultural Communication & Inclusive Leadership in the Built Environment

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With a focus on cultivating culturally aware thoughts and actions, learn strategies and practices that promote inclusion, reduce bias, improve equity, and create lasting culture change within firms, organizations, and communities. Explore how to foster inclusive leadership and improve cultural competence in architecture both internally within workplaces and externally within the built environment. This course is particularly beneficial for working to address the challenges faced by individuals with nondominant identities—including but not limited to women, immigrants, people with disabilities, single individuals, LGBTQIA+ individuals, and individuals from diverse age groups, educational backgrounds, races, ethnicities, religions, and socioeconomic classes.

Course expires 6/26/2027

Learning Objectives


Learn systems-level tools to identify and disrupt barriers to building and retaining inclusive teams.


Explore strategies for leading, collaborating, and managing across differing perspectives to create inclusive work environments and equitable solutions in the built environment.


Develop the capacity to receive and believe in client, colleague, and user experiences across perspectives to create more equitable designs and a more inclusive design process.


Establish ongoing practices of rigorous self-awareness to achieve your equity, diversity, and inclusion goals.