Keep The Edge With Our Diversity Resources
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–Information to Implement Diversity and Inclusion Strategies
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Articles on Diversity and Inclusion
Different Doesn't Need To Be Divisive
Our race, ethnicity, and religion may differ, but we are all united by common values and goals.
Are Stereotypes and Prejudice Sabotaging Your Organization?
Unconscious negative assumptions about others that are brought to a work unit, can create divisiveness, conflict and obstacles to communication and cooperation.
Does Your Organization Welcome Diversity?
Productivity and competitive advantage are the rewards for businesses that actively include rather than exclude people of different backgrounds.
Experiential Activities for Diversity Training
Dealing with diversity is an 'inside job'.
Language: Intercultural Detonator
Survey results show language differences are the most inflammatory aspect of working in a multi-cultural office.
Showing Newcomers The Ropes
Working in multicultural workplaces, we are constantly faced with the need to help newcomers adapt.
When The Golden Rule Doesn’t Work
Sometimes “Do Unto Others” is not the best way to manage a multicultural staff.
So You Think You Need Diversity Training
Trends or fads aside, the truth is that with the enormous demographic changes afoot, diversity training is often a crucial need which competes for scarce organizational resources.
What Did You Say?
Communicating with those whose English is limited.
The ABC's Of Culture
A blueprint for cooperation in a diverse environment.
Team Building To Break Down Barriers
Effective team building happens by design.
What's Your Diversity Quotient?
Find out how adaptable you are to a pluralistic environment.
Make Meetings Work
A staff meeting held in a culturally diverse environment is NOT business as usual. In fact, meetings can be the arena where the difference in cultural programming show themselves most clearly...or confusingly, as the case may be.