Intervention Methods and Diversity Competence Research Paper by hicaliber

Intervention Methods and Diversity Competence
This paper examines intervention methods used in organizations to promote gender diversity in the workplace.
# 93323 | 1,741 words | 5 sources | APA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 15, 2007 in Business (Administration) , Business (Human Resources) , Women Studies (General)

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This paper evaluates methods organizations can adopt to help promote greater gender diversity. These methods include conducting annual diversity surveys, providing team building seminars and encouraging team building efforts within the organization. Such efforts lay the groundwork for building a culture that promotes diversity and encourages women to excel at all levels of the organization. It also works to provide women the tools they need to succeed within the organization and within a group setting.

Intervention Methods and Diversity in the Organization
Direct Methods of Establishing Diversity Competence
Indirect Methods of Establishing Diversity Competence

Sample of Sources Used:

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