Identify specific behaviors or attitudes to change. Understand relevant aspects of diversity for your organization. Determine the knowledge, skills, and abilities to impart.
Identify workforce demographics. Understand employees' experiences and perspectives. Survey employees to identify areas of concern or lack of knowledge.
Address various aspects of diversity (race, gender, etc.). Use real-life examples, case studies, and scenarios. Highlight laws and regulations on discrimination and harassment.
Classroom-style training for in-depth discussions. Online training for flexibility and scalability. Blended learning combining advantages of both.
Encourage employees to share their experiences. Respect diverse viewpoints. Manage conflicts and disagreements with diplomacy.