The Diversity Training Handbook: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Changing Attitudes

The Diversity Training Handbook: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Changing Attitudes

by JohnJones (Author), PhilClements (Author)

Synopsis

Praise and Reviews `This timely new book provides a practical and sensible approach to dealing with issues of diversity.` `A good reference manual for anyone who has to deal with the sensitive issues or racism, homophobia and entrenched attitudes.` Nine to Five `This book gives clear guidelines on dealing with this sensitive matter and provides advice on dealing with issues including stereotyping, prejudice, racism, sexism, homophobia and disability.` Voluntary Voice In recent years, particularly in the aftermath of the Stephen Lawrence inquiry and the revised Race Relations Act, all organizations have had to become more aware of diversity issues and the need to understand and, if necessary, change underlying attitudes. This timely new book provides a practical and sensible approach to dealing with this sensitive but vital issue. Providing clear guidelines, the book provides advice for dealing with a wide variety of issues including: stereotyping; prejudice; racism; sexism; homophobia; disability; etc. With information on designing diversity training and advice on appropriate techniques to help bring about attitudinal change the book offers proven practical advice.

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More Information

Format: Paperback
Pages: 192
Publisher: Kogan Page
Published: 28 Jun 2002

ISBN 10: 0749437227
ISBN 13: 9780749437220

Media Reviews
This timely new title provides a practical approach to dealing with issues such as stereotyping, prejudice, racism and sexism in the workplace. -Publishing News, October 2005
Author Bio
Phil Clements Dr Phil Clements is a trainer with many years` experience of working with issues of diversity and is the co-author of The Equal Opportunities Handbook and The Diversity Training Handbook (both published by Kogan Page).