“I Don’t Have a Problem with Diversity” and Nine More Things You Should Consider Never Saying Again
Saturday, March 06, 2010 from 9:30 AM – 10:30 AM (CT)
Most of us have good intentions, but diversity isn’t always easy to talk about. So we often say things that we think — from our own perspective — would be appropriate or even be heard as a compliment.
With no shame and no blame, this session highlights ten common phrases that create unintentional barriers between individuals trying to work together or communicate effectively with one another. You’ll learn how perceptions may differ . . . and why . . . so you can make an informed choice about terms and phrases you use when communicating cross-culturally.