Diversity Training Program YourFirstName YourLastName Your University March 28, 2011 This diversity training program is divided into four distinct parts. Each part comprises a training module which corresponds to: religion; gender; ethnicity; and culture. Because of the shared issues, ethnicity and culture foci can be combined into one training module. Religious Diversity Discussion Groups Management can conduct discussion groups within workgroups, teams, departments, or divisions. Discussion groups should be divided into groups with less than 10 discussants. Discussion group leaders can be chosen by management, or they can volunteer. The topics of discussion would center on the sharing of religious perspectives. Discussion guides can be...The end:
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