Carnegie Mellon University

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Executive Education Programs

Join Carnegie Mellon and Tepper Executive Education for DEI&B training topics, classes, and workshops to help your employees grow and foster inclusion and equity in your organization.

What is DEI&B? Standing for Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging, a commitment to DEI&B in business is essential for success. Statistics show that companies which are more diverse — and that foster inclusiveness across race, gender, ethnicity, culture, and more within their organizations — are more profitable in the long run. DEI&B is a necessary foundation for business success in today's global market. 

Carnegie Mellon and Tepper Executive Education offer workshops, executive education programs, and trainings for both individuals and organizations looking to create or enhance their DEI&B knowledge and awareness. Explore our DEI&B executive education programs to get started.


DEI&B Programs for Individuals

Leadership & Negotiation Academy: Strategies for Advancing Women in Business

Craft your leadership brand while leveraging your unique strengths.

Learn how to advance women in business

Leading Change for Equitable, Inclusive, and Diverse Workplaces

This program gives leaders who are implementing DEI&B initiatives the tools and frameworks for selecting organization-appropriate interventions and successful implementation.

LEARN leadership for diverse workplaces

TALI: Emerging Leaders Program

For professionals with higher level aspirations of leadership.


TALI: Executive Leadership Academy

Preparing African American leaders for executive advancement.


Custom DEI&B Trainings and Executive Education

Let our team of program managers and faculty experts develop a custom DEI&B training solution geared toward your organization's unique needs and goals.

Example Program Topics

  • Leading Change
  • How to be an Ally
  • Understanding Social Identities
  • Identifying Blockers for Systemic Change
  • Organizational and Personal Strategies for Leading Change