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Guy Farmer's Blog – April 2009 Archive (2)

Empathy and Diversity

One of the key skills that people building diversity programs can benefit from is empathy. This often-used but seldom-understood term is the underpinning of much of the practice of inclusion. It consists of a basic question, "What am I doing today to ensure that I fully understand how another person experiences the world?"



We have a limitless capability to understand others but it requires discipline and putting our own experience of the world on the shelf and stand back an enjoy… Continue

Added by Guy Farmer on April 23, 2009 at 1:56pm — No Comments

Change and Diversity

So much of diversity and change has to do with restructuring the way we do things in the workplace to include new ideas and approaches. It's natural for people to become apprehensive when changes occur in the workplace. This could be a new copy machine, a new procedure, a different mission, a change of leadership or changes in the composition of the workforce.



As with anything new, people have a remarkable ability to adapt to any changes. Here are some questions you can ask yourself… Continue

Added by Guy Farmer on April 23, 2009 at 1:53pm — 1 Comment

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