MOOC for Managers

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The OPENWORK MOOC for managers consists of the following four modules:​

  • Module 1: Defining Inclusion and Diversity in the Workplace: why managers have to achieve D&I in their teams, defining key concepts of D&I​
  • Module 2: From Unconscious to Conscious Bias: what is unconscious and conscious bias, what influences bias, types of biases and how to overcome them ​
  • Module 3: Becoming Emotional Literate Manager: key competence such as inclusive leadership, Emotional Intelligence, effective communication, coaching skills​
  • Module 4: How to Manage diverse teams: best practices in the field of managing inclusive and diverse teams



Dimitra Zervaki

Dimitra Zervaki acting as Entrepreneur and Business/Executive/Personal Coach, consults, trains and manages brands so as to find their Vantage Angle, their ideal action viewpoint. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in the Science of Agriculture and a Master’s in Business Administration (Executive MBA). She is a Certified Project Manager (Project Management Professional-PMP), as well as Trainer (Train the Trainer Certification) and as Trainer for Adults of Non-formal Education (EOPPEP). She has more than 20 years of professional experience in the organization & strategic development of organizations/enterprises and start-ups, in developing and managing Projects/Programmes, in the organization, educational material development and facilitation of Vocational Education & Adult Training Courses in the fields of Business Administration, Business Development, Project Management, DEI at the workplace, Soft/Social Skills Development, Agri-Entrepreneurship and in the field of Information Technology, Digital Marketing and Train the Trainers using also e-learning environments. She has taken part in national and international congresses, workshops, events as speaker/trainer and as a part of the organizing committee. She speaks English, German, French and Arabic.

Dimitrios Moschos

Dimitrios Moschos holds a BA in International and European Studies and a MA in East European Studies. He has been a fellow of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) at the Higher School of Economics, where he completed an advanced academic module on International Business, and he has a long work experience in various cultural contexts. Mr. Moschos has worked as internationalisation coordinator in higher education institutions in Germany and has been a tutor and researcher at a Greek-Israeli Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence. As a freelance consultant, he has assisted UNDP parliamentary development projects across the globe.


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