Profiting from a Diverse Workforce
Solid Strategies for Creating Cohesive Teams
"Your program provided our staff with both valuable and practical tools that have enabled all of us to work more cohesively within the organization. More important, Profiting from a Diverse Workforce taught all participants to capitalize on the varied backgrounds, work styles, and personalities that form the core of Chicago Youth Centers."
Laticia Palm, Director of
Personnel, Chicago Youth
This timely, hands-on workshop encourages participants to develop management strategies that demonstrate respect and sensitivity for team members. Participants use stimulating role-playing situations and group activities to grasp the broad implications and benefits of a diverse workforce. Nontraditional leadership, individual differences, cultural backgrounds of coworkers, and prejudices that affect workplace performance are among the critical topics addressed during this energizing workshop.
Participants in Profiting from a Diverse Workforce will apply many powerful tools to identify and overcome potential barriers that hinder productivity and cohesiveness in a diverse workplace. Equally important, participants will become more effective and empathetic listeners in their quest to build a more courteous, comfortable, and productive workplace. Participants will ultimately acquire a number of approaches to build and enhance teams whose outstanding trademarks are mutual respect, shared goals, and individual expression
Who Should Attend
Executives, managers, supervisors, department heads, hospitality professionals, government officials, airline personnel, attorneys, information technology professionals, manufacturing personnel, and teams facing new challenges in diversity
This workshop can be adapted to suit the needs and interests of either management or support groups. Programs can be further tailored in response to your organization's specific challenges.
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