Diversity trainings for your corporate success

Diversity Campus Trainings

The Diversity Campus represents innovative trainings for the intersectionality of diversity. Whether it’s about intercultural sensitization, unconscious biases or inclusive leadership: The Diversity Campus supports your organization on its way towards a holistic HR management and provides multilayered know-how and potentials rich in perspectives.

All of our trainings are clearly results-driven and support organizations as well as their employees and managers to understand diversity as opportunity – and to learn how apparent differences can be transformed into factors of success.

Simply tap into our vast experience in sharing and teaching diversity competencies as is most suitable for your organization. We also customize our e-learnings to your organization and your target group of learners.

Learn more on the Diversity Campus’ trainings and training methods here.

Our Diversity Trainings

Diversity Basics

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From Puzzling Differences to Common Perspectives.

Knowledge alone does not change attitudes or behavior. This training thus offers numerous exercises to become aware of your own privileges and to challenge the source of potential prejudices. To give room to similarities and differences and to create a respectful work environment.

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  • Theory of social identity (in- & out-group)
  • Perspectives and privileges
  • Dimensions of diversity: opportunities and challenges
  • Dealing with diversity competently

Equal Treatment Instead of Discrimination

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Legal Certainty for Your Organization. Fairness for All.

Discrimination is prohibited by law in many areas. Reality shows why this is necessary: According to a recent survey, every fifth person identifies the work environment as area of discrimination. And thus unveils it as important field of action. With this training you’ll become well-informed and competent concerning equal treatment and anti-discrimination.

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Content

  • What is discrimination? Facts, forms, factors
  • Legal framework and practical cases
  • Recognize discrimination and respond correctly
  • Actively ensuring equal treatment (prevention)

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

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Respond Rapidly and Appropriately. Prevent Incidences.

As many as three quarters of Austrian women have been sexually harassed. Managers have to know strategies and approved courses of action to handle sexual harassment in the workplace in a professional manner. After this training, you’re on the safe side legally and are thus capable of creating an appropriate working atmosphere in your organization.

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Content

  • What is sexual harassment?
  • Forms, backgrounds and case studies
  • Legal framework for victims, offenders and organizations
  • Acting appropriately and preventing sexual harassment

Unconscious Bias

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Unconscious Bias in an Organizational Context

Hardly anyone wants to consciously discriminate. And yet, women are more rarely found in management positions and people with a different skin color have more trouble finding a job. With this training you will lean how unconscious biases are created in your brain and how they can affect your organizational success.

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Content

  • What are unconscious biases? Backgrounds and examples
  • How are unconscious biases and distorted perceptions created?
  • Where is a conscious handling of unconscious bias in the organizational context required?
  • Recommendations for process interventions

Non-Discriminatory Recruitment

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Ensure Equal Treatment. Score with Diversity in Your Team.

Numerous studies clearly demonstrate structural discrimination during the recruitment process: People have different opportunities regardless of their qualifications. Modern recruiting needs targeted sensitization for the dimensions of diversity so you can consciously build diverse teams with different success factors.

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  • Gaining knowledge for the legal framework using practical cases
  • Unconscious bias: disruptive tendencies in recruitment
  • Sensitizing for the dimensions of diversity
  • Tools and recommendations for a fair recruitment process  

Women Empowerment

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Real Equality Instead of “Children vs. Career”

Despite partially compulsory women quotas, the women who adjust to the male dominated frameworks (such as great flexibility instead of time for the family, “tough” behavior, etc.) tend to be more successful in their career. Learn how you can promote real equal treatment in your organization instead of perpetuating old habits.

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  • Social norms as obstacles in equal treatment
  • Vision: gender-neutral frameworks
  • Recommended actions for gender-neutral recruitment, wage and advancement processes
  • Steps and ways towards effective advancement of women

Intercultural Competence

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Overcome Boundaries. Use Differences.

Almost a quarter of the Austrian population has a “migrant background”. This training offers knowledge about cultural characteristics of different communities as well as specific tools and recommended actions to improve cooperation with people of different cultural backgrounds in the long run.

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  • Developing knowledge about cultural influences and behaviors
  • Reducing prejudices and stereotypes
  • Sensitizing towards culture-specific communication norms
  • Improving communication skills when working with diverse teams

Four Generations Under One Roof

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Different Attitudes. Common Goals.

We need understanding between generations to successfully work together – now more than ever. In this training you will be confronted with the generations’ different expectations and discover possibilities to fulfil them as well as help strengthen the bridge between the generations. This will also help you to score in the war for talents.

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Content

  • Insights into the living environments of different generations
  • Recognizing and acknowledging different expectations
  • Examples of conscious teamwork among different generations
  • Labor law related aspects of creative work models

Inclusive Leadership

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Competently Lead Diverse Teams to Success.

Managers with an inclusive approach create an environment in which people feel appreciated for who they are. By taking individual differences into consideration, managers can draw more creativity and a higher innovative spirit from their teams. This training equips you with tools to enhance your inclusive leadership skills right away.

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Content

  • Recognizing culture-specific values and norms and deriving according actions
  • Looking at decision-making processes, actions and interactions from a diverse perspective
  • Dealing with expectations and conflicts
  • Getting to know situational leadership models and developing intercultural leadership skills
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Further diversity trainings

Your desired training is not (yet) available as e-learning? Or one aspect of diversity is currently pressing to you but not shown in this precise way on the Diversity Campus curriculum? We are looking forward to hearing your requests and ideas!

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