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New Program: Diversity & Inclusion

Realizing the Potential of Sustained Diversity through Genuine Inclusion

 

The tangible benefits of diversity in the workplace are now well-established. Yet diversity can only deliver on its full potential when it exists in a genuinely inclusive environment. 

Diversity and Inclusion: Cultural Awareness and Competency helps us understand the hidden biases that can keep us from achieving inclusivity and equity within our organizations. 

Diversity & Inclusion: Cultural Awareness & Competency

A new program to help organizations realize tangible benefits from diversity-focused efforts

Develop the tools for the self-awareness and cultural competency needed for your organization to perform at its highest level.

The benefits of diversity in the workplace include faster problem-solving, better decision-making, increased innovation, employee engagement, and better financial performance. Diversity, however, can only deliver on its full potential when it exists in a genuinely inclusive environment. An organizational culture that does not make talented, diverse employees feel valued and supported is certain to lose them, increasing the cost of turnover and lowering morale and productivity.

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What You'll Learn


  • Recognize conscious or unconscious (implicit) biases and implement ways to mitigate the negative effects they may have on others.
  • Be more culturally aware and recognize and appreciate the nuances of culture and background in our organizations and personal life.
  • Utilize skills to communicate with empathy, manage conflict effectively, prevent misunderstanding, build trust and psychological safety, and create stronger relationships.

Why You Want To Learn It


In addition to being the right thing to do, the tangible benefits of diversity in the workplace are now well-established. Among them are faster problem-solving, better decision-making, increased innovation, employee engagement, and better financial performance.

Still, many organizations are finding the retention of diverse talent challenging. Developing a more inclusive culture may be the missing element.

How It Will Help You


Understanding the mindset and skills that provide the foundation for successful training in support of sustained diversity can help organizations ensure their diversity-focused efforts have the positive effect they intend.

Reflecting on recent DEI-related research and sharing Dale Carnegie Training’s model and strategies for developing a genuinely inclusive environment that supports sustained diversity

In addition to being the right thing to do, the tangible benefits of diversity in the workplace are now well-established. Yet diversity can only deliver on its full potential when it exists in a genuinely inclusive environment. Without it, organizations are certain to find retention of diverse talent challenging.

Achieving Inclusion through Cultural Awareness

 

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Struggling with our own biases is part of what it means to be human, but research suggests that increasing our cultural awareness and cultural competency can help us contribute to a genuinely inclusive environment that supports sustained diversity.

5 Common DEI misconceptions that are ruining the workplace and hurting your organization

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Myth #1 Diversity, equity, and inclusion only benefit minority groups. 

Reality: Although minorities stand to gain the most immediate results of successful diversity programs, DEI actually benefits everyone, especially those working in an organization or team of people. Organizations with higher rates of diversity, for example, enjoy better employee engagement and less turnover. Those are two key metrics of more satisfied employees, which in itself results in higher productivity and profitability. On top of that, a diverse workforce leads to less groupthink, which is a serious inhibitor of innovation and performance.

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Achieving Inclusion through Cultural Awareness and Cultural Competency

Struggling with our own biases is part of what it means to be human, but research suggests that increasing our cultural awareness and cultural competency can help us contribute to a genuinely inclusive environment that supports sustained diversity.

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Our trainers have over 30 years of experience working with companies to transform cultures and drive long-term results.

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About Dale Carnegie Utah

A rich history and a proven, innovative process has connected Dale Carnegie training to people around the world seeking real transformation and impactful results.

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CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco


Brittany Schmid

877-452-3253

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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Washington, DC


Carla Doyle

301-770-2444 ext. 22

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FLORIDA

Miami


Scott Garvis

954-961-2209

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GEORGIA

Atlanta


Allyn Walker

404-634-8100

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MICHIGAN

Detroit


Mark Will

248-380-7000

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MINNESOTA

Minneapolis, St. Paul


Matt Norman

952-548-5600

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MISSOURI

St. Louis


Elizabeth Haberberger

314.439.8090

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NEW YORK

Long Island


Lesley Friedman

631-813-2970

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NEW YORK

New York City


Mark Pisani

212-750-4455

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NEW YORK

Rochester, Buffalo


Doug Escher

585-328-4980

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OHIO

Cleveland


John Rodgers

216-223-7733

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PENNSYLVANIA

Pittsburgh


John Rodgers

412-471-3500

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PENNSYLVANIA

Philadelphia


Katie Iorio

610-783-6500

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TENNESSEE

Nashville, Chattanooga, Knoxville


Allyn Walker

404-634-8100

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TENNESSEE

Memphis


Daren Howard

901-861-8288

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TEXAS

Austin, Houston, San Antonio


David Wright

512-349-7000

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