A Workplace Diversity Training and Management Model: Using Dimensions of Diversity as a Central Strategy for Inclusion
This presentation highlights an innovative model for diversity training and management that redefines dimensions of diversity and incorporates a non-threatening and inclusive approach for managing diversity on a personal level.
||Dimensions of Diversity, Diversity Training, Diversity Management, Diversity Strategies, Cultural Awareness, Work Culture
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 3, pp.171-180.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound).
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 878.438KB).
Dr Felicia P. Wiltz is currently an Assistant Professor and Assistant Chair in the Department of Sociology at Suffolk University, where she teaches courses in Work, Race, Welfare, Immigration and Research Methods. Her research is in the area of Welfare Reform and Work, Racial and Gender Inequalities in the Workplace and within the Healthcare System. She has been trained as a diversity trainer and has conducted diversity trainings within a university setting.
Patricia Venter was the initiator of the Cultural Awareness Train-the-Trainer Program. She has several years experience in managing and facilitating diversity education initiatives and developing programs to enhance cross-cultural awareness.
Professor Porter coordinates the Cooperative Education Program for Biology and Biochemistry majors and serves as the Liaison to the Disability Resource Center. She is also a diversity trainer.
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