Empowering individuals with skills and knowledge to engage with diversity grows business, creativity, teamwork, talent and leadership
It is the organization’s greatest resource. As the workplace and marketplace becomes more and more diverse knowing how to effectively engage with differences impacts every dimension of an organization. Developing the understanding and the skills to manage diversity and inclusion becomes critical and invaluable in contributing to the success and growth of an organization.
The Approach to Diversity Training - The approach to diversity training is working from the inside out. It is a five step process:
1) Self-awareness 2) Knowledge 3) Develop skill 4) Take action 5) Evaluate
Diversity training is an ongoing process that continues to empower individuals and benefit the organization. Individuals have countless way that they are different from each other. Fitting in and contributing to an organization that has its own culture and constant changes require adjustments.
All this diversity together provides continuous challenges and opportunities for understanding diversity and sharpening our diversity skills.
Workshops are innovative, engaging, focused, insightful, thought provoking and empowering.
Participants’ eyes are opened up to the power and value of embracing diversity and learn the skills needed to successfully engage with differences.
One module has proven over the last 20 years to be effective in developing self-awareness and empowering participants in addressing all kinds of diversity issues. This workshop cannot be seen or presented anywhere else.
Through this partnership we work together to promote equality, diversity and inclusion in schools, the workplace, and communities across America and around the world.
Check out the following public service announcement that can be viewed at World Unity Inc.’s site.
Check out the following video of 429 children from a school in New Hampshire singing a song,
“We All See the Stars,” by John Ciambriello inspired by the Sun poem. It was performed at the United Nations in 2015 and the students are even doing it in sign language.
Check out this video of children performing a dance inspired by the Sun poem,
“Dance in the Light,” choreographed by Shauna Daddabbo and performed by DivasMentoringdivas.