Organizations, including government organizations, that value diversity are more productive and innovative. Other benefits of workplace diversity include higher employee morale and lower employee turnover. This training course takes a deeper look at what diversity is, and how to encourage diversity in the workplace.

Diversity is usually regarded as relating to race, gender, age, sexual orientation, and religion. But diversity also includes characteristics such as income, education, physical appearance, and political affiliation. Viewers are encouraged to understand their personal stereotypes and biases by reflecting on the influence of factors such as personal experiences, media, television shows, family, and friends. Personal biases can have a negative impact on interactions with others.

This course teaches employees why respect, inclusion, and finding common ground is so important in a diverse workplace. Viewers are shown how to develop these traits with others.

Take this course to learn about the benefits of a diverse workplace and how to interact more effectively within it.