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Diversity Training is widely prevalent in the U.S. Whether it is legal awareness, cultural aw
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Diversity Training is widely prevalent in the U.S. Whether it is legal awareness, cultural awareness, or sensitivity training, many organizations require some form of diversity training. However, there is no clear evidence that diversity training works – it may even create animosity toward diverse groups. Some organizations see diversity training as necessary to “cover their assets” – to demonstrate they are doing their due diligence even if the trainings are not effective.
Discuss diversity training from a strategic perspective. Suggest 1-2 ways to make diversity trainings more effective (if you wish, you may frame your discussion within a particular organization or industry).
Respond to at least two of your classmates’ posts by 11:59 PM EST/EDT Sunday.
What are the strengths and/or opportunities in the ways their suggested diversity training could be made more effective?
What did they neglect to consider?
Do you agree with your peers’ suggestions? Why or why not?
How does the type of organization or industry impact the way diversity training is implemented?