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In the past year we’ve seen increasing demand for diversity training and many organizations are struggling with disruptions to their standard diversity training programs. In order to stay on track, it’s crucial that organizations do not lose focus of their long-term strategies. Finding alternative methods to incorporate diversity training is more important than ever.
Globally, organizations are beginning to utilize virtual means of training and knowledge sharing. While your team may not be physically within the walls of your office, it’s important to remember that learning can continue. We decided to consult one of TTA’s learning experts, Judy Kaye, to find out more about delivering Diversity and Sexual Harassment Prevention training virtually. Judy is a diversity practitioner with over 25 years of experience in a wide range of industries and notable experience as a lawyer. She has designed and conducted hundreds of interactive workshops on diversity and inclusion, prevention of discrimination and harassment at work and school, effective communication, and culturally competent patient care.
In our conversation, Judy shared that conducting virtual Diversity and Sexual Harassment Prevention courses can be extremely advantageous. She was kind enough to share a list of the many advantages below:
Opportunities to connect virtually rather than in person are all around us, and we might find out that they are better. Download our eBook, Implicit Bias and Diversity Training in the Workplace to learn more.
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