TrainingBriefs® Addressing Misunderstandings
Perception of Reverse Discrimination
Building an inclusive work environment sometimes means confronting colleagues about their misconceptions and attitudes regarding diversity. It also means taking the time to have courageous conversations about the tough topics impacting the workplace. A diverse workforce does not mean your organization places more value on certain groups of people. What it means is your organization is committed to attracting and retaining quality employees from ALL cultural backgrounds, genders, ages, and points of view.
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- Understanding Diversity
- Fostering Inclusion, Equity & Belonging
- Understand the steps you can take to help build an inclusive work environment.
- Learn how to manage the complexity of a diverse work environment while being a successful employee.
- Understand that it's okay to confront colleagues about their misconceptions and attitudes regarding diversity.
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Trainer Comments: It's easy to see how the focus on diversity, equity and inclusion has caused some white men to believe they have fewer opportunities. But the fact is that laws on fairness and equity apply equally to everyone. Efforts on the part of organizations to expand their race, gender, and ethnic diversity can’t legally, unfairly disadvantage any group. White males are protected by these same laws and have the same rights as everyone else.
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