The Diversity Training Handbook; A Practical Guide to Understanding and Changing Attitudes
by Phil Clements & John Jones - £24.95 Kogan Page Ltd (2008) paperback
ISBN 13: 9780749450687 | ISBN 10: 0749450681
Diversity issues and the need to understand and, if necessary, change underlying attitudes have become increasingly important for organizations in the aftermath of domestic and global events. This timely new edition of The Diversity Training Handbook provides a practical approach to dealing with this sensitive but vital issue. Providing clear guidelines, the book offers advice for dealing with a wide variety of issues, and covers:
Including new information and case studies on how to implement a Race Equality Impact Assessment, The Diversity Training Handbook also provides guidance on designing diversity training as well as advice on appropriate techniques to help bring about attitudinal change.
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