Diversity: Just What Is It And Why Does It Keep Changing? delivers key diversity insights through five characters that are as diverse as the knowledge they help to impart. This book widens readers’ understandings of diversity by breaking down misconstrued ideas surrounding differences. After reading this book, readers will be in a better place to appreciate and accept people for what they bring to this melting pot called earth.
Diversity: Just What Is It And Why Does It Keep Changing? is not riddled with statistics; on the other hand, it is written to enhance readers understandings of diversity in unspoken areas such as diversity in the church, diversity of social and economic differences, diversity in workforce differences such valuing age, racial and ethnic differences, hair differences, educational attainment, and how diversity has played a role in the understanding of environmental differences. This book can serve as a conduit to enhancing organizational development, and workforce development planning. Mentors and managers can utilize this book to broaden individual and team awareness of how thoughts can possible turn into actions, and thus, help or cripple a business.
Diversity: Just What Is It And Why Does It Keep Changing? bursts fortha diverse group of animals, given human like qualities, whom provides readers clear and concise understandings of the forever evolving diversity understandings. This book details a wide range of diversity concerns relating to how individual levels of understanding will affect the manner in which they relate to others in terms of intra-racial and inter-racial understanding, hair and clothing differences, religious diversification, gender, age, sex variations, social status, economic conditions, educational attainment, and sexual orientation.
The diverse animals, a Walter Wombat, Alexander Alligator Gar, Natalie Gnat, Bertha Bison, and a Bookman Buzzard represent different racial and ethnic groups. As they explore the understanding of celebrating differences, they unearth negative unconscious thoughts and behaviors of their own and learn to re-think such ideas and behaviors, plus accept people for what they bring to this melting pot called earth.