Diversity Face to Face

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Overcoming Stereotypes and Micro-inequities

Diversity: Face to Face is an innovative and unique training program that explores four main aspects of diversity in the workplace—stereotypes, similarities, unity and benefits—by listening to the stories and thoughts of characters who actually live and work in a diverse world. Through their eyes, we learn why diversity is so important, and are given the definitions and tools to understand more deeply our own roles in diverse workplaces, from smaller organizations to larger corporations. Everyone plays an important part in the complex mosaic that is our diverse world.

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Includes 4 minutes opener/closer – Opening Lines: Facing Diversity

Key Learning Points

  • Stereotypes: Fully understand what stereotypes are and are not. Learn how stereotypes affect others and ourselves. Learn how to recognize them and stop negative behavior.
  • Similarities: What we have in common is often what brings us together. Learn how to search for what we share rather than focus on what we disagree on.
  • Unity: Becoming a member of the team is important. Unity is an important goal for any organization. Learn how to “come together” instead of excluding ourselves and others.
  • Benefits: Explore the benefits and rewards of a diverse organization in ways you may have never considered! The world has changed, and because of the global marketplace, diversity is even more important than ever.


Includes full length program plus OpeningLines: Facing Diversity (opener/closer), Leader’s Guide, Reproducible Participant Materials, PowerPoint Presentation on CD-ROM and 25 Pocket Reminder Cards

Length: 18 minutes plus 4 minute opener/closer

Available in French

Item #: DIV-18DVD

For more information or to order a video, e-mail diversity@diversityresources.com or call (800) 682-1261 .

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  • developing an effective cross-cultural leadership plan
  • finding out how to communicate effectively with other cultures
  • dealing effectively with differences in values and priorities
  • discovering how to build effective working relationships
  • understanding that awareness is a “two-way street”: all cultures need to adapt
  • learning how to bridge differences and create a balanced approach
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  • provide outside expertise: our real-life scenarios are backed by a who’s who of content experts
  • use visual learning: bring topics to life to achieve faster, more effective learning

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