50 Activities for Diversity Training

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Human Resource Development Press, 1994 - Business & Economics - 313 pages
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Includes learning objectives, facilitator guidance, and reproducible materials. Training objectives: illustrate how cultural differences may impact behavior; increase awareness of the impact of culture; demonstrate skills for managing a culturally diverse workplace; address issues of gender in the workplace. Includes: icebreakers; participative exercises; role-plays; etc. Each 15 to 45 minutes.

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Jonamay Lambert is the founder and president of Lambert & Associates, Inc. and the coauthor of "50 Activities for Conflict Resolution and" Global Competence. She has extensive consulting experience in corporate, government, and educational institutions and has designed and implemented training programs in diversity, leadership, and change management for both Fortune 100 companies and smaller organizations alike. She sits on the board of directors for the Chicago Council on Urban Affairs. She lives in East Dundee, Illinois. Selma Myers is the author of "Team Building for Diverse Work Groups and co-author of "50 Activities for Conflict Resolution and" Global Competence. She has been an intercultural consultant for more than 15 years for small and large companies (including Fortune 500 companies), non-profit and educational institutions, government agencies, and professional associations. She lives in La Jolla, California.

Jonamay Lambert is the founder and president of Lambert & Associates, Inc. and the coauthor of "50 Activities for Conflict Resolution "and" Global Competence." She has extensive consulting experience in corporate, government, and educational institutions and has designed and implemented training programs in diversity, leadership, and change management for both Fortune 100 companies and smaller organizations alike. She sits on the board of directors for the Chicago Council on Urban Affairs. She lives in East Dundee, Illinois. Selma Myers is the author of "Team Building for Diverse Work Groups "and co-author of "50 Activities for Conflict Resolution "and" Global Competence." She has been an intercultural consultant for more than 15 years for small and large companies (including Fortune 500 companies), non-profit and educational institutions, government agencies, and professional associations. She lives in La Jolla, California.

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