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Diversity Training

By  Cris Wildermuth, Susan D. Gray

Diversity Training

Traditionally, diversity education initiatives inevitably involve the catchphrase celebrate diversity. Although the authors appreciate this approach, this book offers a fresh perspective called conversity, defined as a process that brings people together through an active search for common ground.

Like all the other books in the Trainer's Workshop series, Diversity Training provides you with all the tools and resources you need to conduct effective diversity training in your organization. It includes guidance on how to build a case for improving diversity relations, along with ammunition to use when separating myth from fact in your debates. In addition, you will find a complete guide to planning and facilitating a leadership kickoff session, with a fully scripted presentation with PowerPoint slides.


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Cris Wildermuth
Cris Wildermuth, a native of Brazil, has had a varied career spanning more than 15 years in management, training, and education. Early in her career, she adapted Xerox's sales training programs to the Brazilian culture and facilitated marketing and management programs for Brazilian and multinational corporations. After immigrating to the United States in 1992, she completed a master's degree in training and development at Bowling Green State University in Ohio and is working on a doctorate there now.
Susan D. Gray
For more than 20 years, Susan D. Gray has been helping organizations, teams, and individuals define and achieve their desired goals. With a keen sensitivity to underlying human resource issues that are barriers to organizational effectiveness and team development, she focuses on elevating respectful interactions among all individuals in an organization and promoting team development at all levels. She has designed and delivered a range of human resource development interventions in both the public and private sectors.


Book Details

ISBN: 9781562863722

Pages: 208

Publisher: ASTD Press

Pub Date: January 2005

Formats: Paperback, PDF

Product Code: 110501

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