Diversity & Team Work

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To some diversity is more or less an expression of Good Will of Good Intensions. Times have changed and now it is a Business discipline to incorporate Diversity Training in the workplace. There is still an outside and an inside perspective on diversity. It is a reality. The double consciousness is tough but we learn how to work within it in management. The goal is to maintain professionalism and respect at all levels. Maintain an open mindset instead of a fixed mindset. Remain flexible.

Certain activities can help to lower barriers to cultural understanding. The goal is to develop great character strengths where each person is respected, valued and appreciated. When we all take ownership of our contribution and feel part of a community based organization it is then we will improve the quality of life for every stakeholder and raise the bottom line.

Research shows that companies with a more diverse workforce perform better financially.

Our objective is to clearly deliver the importance of Diversity in the Workplace. Discuss how it can improve morale and workplace productivity. Share best practices in improving diversity skillset.

AGENDA

Ice Breaker:

  • Introductions
  • Walk Together Walk Apart
  • Cultural Scavenger Hunt Bingo

Table Topic:

  • Recruitment
  • Retention
  • Inclusion
  • Strategic Use of Diversity

Best Practices:

  • Sensitivity Training Tips.
  • Power Point: Character Counts – 6 Pillars of Character
  • The 8 Keys of Excellence
  • Learning Team Video and Learning Team Charter

End State Goal Activity:

  • How has your knowledge of Diversity improved as a result of this workshop?
  • Role Playing: Team is set, does not want to allow a new member in. New member trying to get on the team.

 

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