You will be able to focus on interpersonal skills, behavior, and environment, to see how they promote diversity-positive interactions, as well as learn causes for discriminatory practices and create an action plan for increasing workplace acceptance and harmony. Uncover and discard beliefs and attitudes that foster or block progress. By discovering your strengths as well as liabilities, you can build on the positive and move toward minimizing the negative. As a result, you will gain greater personal and professional satisfaction.
Format—Diversity - Building a Thriving Business Environment is an 8-hour class for up to 20 people.
I received informal comments, verbally and through email, from members that they really enjoyed the session. All rated the speaker and impact Good to Excellent.Debbie Ryan Burke, Program ChairWestchester Human Resources Management Association (WHRMA)