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    • www.ReadySetPresent.com Page 1
    • www.ReadySetPresent.com ProgramObjectives the value of  Emphasize diversity.  Eliminate misconceptions of diversity and its effects.  Improve the management of diversity. Page 2
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comA Challenge (1 of2) Please Write a One Sentence Definition of: DIVERSITY Page 3
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comA Challenge (2 of2) Did any of the following words appear in your definition?  Different  Diverse  Individual  Minorities  Race  Unique  Unlike  Variety Characteristics Page 4
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comDefinition The ways we are different; the condition of having unique characteristics. The condition of being diverse: Variety; especially: the inclusion of diverse people (as people of different races or cultures) in a group or organization. Page 5
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comAspects ofDiversity ¶ Age ¶ Race ¶ Gender ¶ Ethnicity ¶ Sexual orientation ¶ Physical attributes Page 6
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comUnderstanding Diversity (1 of 3) Diversity is more than just tolerating differences. It is respecting, apprec- iating, and understanding the varying characteristics of individuals. Page 7
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comUnderstanding Diversity (2 of 3) Everyone is unique and no single person is a representative of a certain group. Stereotypes and other racial biases/prejudices are damaging to a business. Page 8
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comUnderstanding Diversity (3 of 3) Discrimination breeds narrow- mindedness, impairs employee morale, strains employee relationships and thus, damages productivity. Not to mention, it is illegal and costly in terms of litigation! Page 9
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comA Lack of Diversity (1 of 2) The stereotype of the US as a “melting pot” is misleading, because most minorities live in certain parts of the country. In many areas, for practical purposes, we in the United States are actually lacking real ethnic, racial, and religious diversity. Page 10
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comA Lack of Diversity (2 of 2) Instead, it seems that we have a few, small melting pots, located in gate- way metros where Blacks, Asians and Hispanics live in large numbers. In contrast, the Midwest and South are still pre-dominantly occupied by Whites, as are many suburban areas nationwide. Page 11
    • www.ReadySetPresent.comDiversityTraining  Covers many topics, the most influential being: AWARENESS... Page 12
    • www.ReadySetPresent.com About This Product: To download this entire Diversity PowerPoint presentation visit ReadySetPresent.comOver 100+ slides on topics such as: aspects of diversity, innovative diverse programs, workforce benefits, key goals of diversified corporations, how to efficiently manage your workforce, leadership characteristics important to tackling diversity, how to reword an issue, promoting safe communication outlets, 4 areas impacted by diversity management, how to: recruit, retain,benchmark, train and communicate, and more. Royalty Free - Use Them Over and Over Again. Please Visit: www.ReadySetPresent.com Page 13