Abstract:The Diversity Training Activity Book: 50 Activities for Promoting Communication and Understanding at Work, AMACOM, a division of American Management Association (2009) This section contains a detailed review of a new large-size workbook book for diversity training. The book covers both fundamentals and new trends in the field. Today many corporations are focused on topics such as "cultural awareness" and "global diversity" as they fight to recover market share or regain leadership in world markets coming out of the worst recession since the Great Depression. And this book provides for these new trends without sacrificing fundamental principles of inclusion. As the only diversity book published by AMACOM (which publishes only one a year on its list), this workbook stands out as a good resource for the diversity and/or training professional.
Document Type: Miscellaneous
Publication date: June 1, 2009
The Diversity Factor (TDF) is a highly regarded source of information in the fields of diversity, inclusion and organizational development (OD). Published since 1992, this e-journal brings in-depth insights and information to readers around the globe. It keeps executives, academics and those in the field of diversity training and education informed about what is really happening in the business sector, as well as in education, government, nonprofits, the arts, media and communities. TDF provides both theory and practical information for its readers—valuable, usable knowledge aimed at helping companies and institutions create a new awareness of the complexity of diversity today and develop the solutions and skills needed to develop a more productive, inclusive, and profitable workforce for today's highly competitive global business environment.
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