Diversity Challenges: What Would You Do?
It is one thing to ‘understand’ what diversity is, but it’s quite another to ‘live it’ by hiring, supervising and managing the human complexities of a diverse workforce.
Diversity Challenges: What Would You Do? is an engaging training program designed to stimulate classroom discussion of two challenging, open-ended scenarios.
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Put your team to work solving these situations:
The Interview - You interview a candidate who has all the right, hard-to-find skills you need for the job, but he is clearly uncomfortable with your diverse team. The hiring decision is yours. What would you do?
Do I Have to Work With Him? - You teamed up two skilled employees for a big project. Now one wants a new partner claiming she is uncomfortable with their differences. As the deadline approaches, what would you do?
Each scene has two parts:
The Situation shares the storyline and the interesting human dynamics affecting the characters. Then, the video stops and asks the question, “What would you do?”
The Debriefing provides additional insight by allowing participants to hear each of the character’s inner self-talk. This self-talk sheds light on their inner feelings, motivations and backgrounds.
The excellent support materials will help you stimulate and keep control of the discussion.
Enhance your diversity and management development training with
Diversity Challenges: What Would You Do? - Because the right answer is not always clear-cut.
By the end of this program, participants will be able to:
- Define key terms - diversity, culture and cultural archives
- Identify their personal cultural archives
- Examine their personal archives and how they affect communication and workplace relationships
- Recognize how differing cultural archives affect communication, relationships and ultimately productivity in the workplace.
- DVD, VHS
- Length: 16 min.
- Genre: Dramatization
For more information or to order a video, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 413-253-7837 or 413-237-0971.