Diversity Management The Diversity Wheel Sweet TLC Ltd
discrimination The Diversity Wheel adapted from M Loden 1996 Core to a person
stereotypes  discrimination The Diversity Wheel adapted from M Loden 1996 Core to a person Still core but can change
integration participation:  vocal & influence  income first   language type of education life events culture/ heritage env...
integration participation:  vocal & influence  income first   language type of education life events culture/ heritage env...
<ul><ul><li>Thank You </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Sweet TLC Ltd </li></ul><ul><li>www.sweet-tlc.co.uk </li></ul>
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Diversity Wheel - a useful tool for managers + trainers

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The Wheel shows the combinations of all of the dimensions that influence our values, beliefs, behaviours, experiences and expectations.
A useful tool to assist others in understanding the complexities of what makes us all different.

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  • The Diversity Wheel ~ for use by trainers developing individuals around diversity and equality.
  • The Diversity Wheel Ethnicity and Age are core to a person. They can not be changed. …………………………………… . You can also use this diagram when training on Conflict Management: When there is conflict – one way of looking at its level of seriousness is to assess what is being challenged within the individuals concerned and within yourself as a manager. Assess whether it is: core and unalterable e.g. Age; Core but alterable by the individual with difficulty (e.g. Religion, Political Belief/Stance), or, Life experiences which people can change and adapt to e.g. Education, Role in Family. The identified outside factors which bring about inequalities may also be a factor and play a role in “where a person is coming from”.
  • The Diversity Wheel …………………………………………………… . You can also use this diagram when training on Conflict Management: When there is conflict – one way of looking at its level of seriousness is to assess what is being challenged within the individuals concerned and within yourself as a manager. Assess whether it is: core and unalterable e.g. Age; Core but alterable by the individual with difficulty (e.g. Religion, Political Belief/Stance), or, Life experiences which people can change and adapt to e.g. Education, Role in Family. The identified outside factors which bring about inequalities may also be a factor and play a role in “where a person is coming from”.
  • The Diversity Wheel …………………………………………………… . You can also use this diagram when training on Conflict Management: When there is conflict – one way of looking at its level of seriousness is to assess what is being challenged within the individuals concerned and within yourself as a manager. Assess whether it is: core and unalterable e.g. Age; Core but alterable by the individual with difficulty (e.g. Religion, Political Belief/Stance), or, Life experiences which people can change and adapt to e.g. Education, Role in Family. The identified outside factors which bring about inequalities may also be a factor and play a role in “where a person is coming from”.
  • The Diversity Wheel The center of the wheel represents internal dimensions that are usually most permanent or visible. The outside of the wheel represents dimensions that are acquired and change over the course of a lifetime. The combinations of all of these dimensions influence our values, beliefs, behaviors, experiences and expectations and make us all unique as individuals. …………………………………………………… . You can also use this diagram when training on Conflict Management: When there is conflict – one way of looking at its level of seriousness is to assess what is being challenged within the individuals concerned and within yourself as a manager. Assess whether it is: core and unalterable e.g. Age; Core but alterable by the individual with difficulty (e.g. Religion, Political Belief/Stance), or, Life experiences which people can change and adapt to e.g. Education, Role in Family. The identified outside factors which bring about inequalities may also be a factor and play a role in “where a person is coming from”.
  • Diversity Wheel - a useful tool for managers + trainers

    1. 1. Diversity Management The Diversity Wheel Sweet TLC Ltd
    2. 2. discrimination The Diversity Wheel adapted from M Loden 1996 Core to a person
    3. 3. stereotypes discrimination The Diversity Wheel adapted from M Loden 1996 Core to a person Still core but can change
    4. 4. integration participation: vocal & influence income first language type of education life events culture/ heritage environment community status entitlement to public funds role/ position at work caring responsibilities skills role in family number of children qualifications social class health where you live standard of living stereotypes discrimination The Diversity Wheel adapted from M Loden 1996 Core to a person Still core but can change Life experiences that make us different
    5. 5. integration participation: vocal & influence income first language type of education life events culture/ heritage environment community status entitlement to public funds role/ position at work caring responsibilities skills role in family number of children qualifications social class health where you live standard of living stereotypes discrimination The Diversity Wheel adapted from M Loden 1996 harassment prejudices Core to a person Still core but can change Life experiences that make us different Factors that make society unequal
    6. 6. <ul><ul><li>Thank You </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Sweet TLC Ltd </li></ul><ul><li>www.sweet-tlc.co.uk </li></ul>

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