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Home > News > February 2006 > 22-Feb-2006

Diversity training resource launched

Skill Boosters, in association with occupational psychology practice Pearn Kandola, have launched a video training package entitled 'The diversity challenge: maximising the potential of our diverse workforce'.

Professor Binna Kandola, senior partner of Pearn Kandola, said: "Organisations need to think about whether they have the right policies in place in order for people of all kinds to be accepted, to flourish and to perform to the best of their capability.

"Ultimately though, it is down to all of us as individuals to be prepared to be open to new influences, to challenge behaviour we feel is inappropriate and to be prepared to listen when we are the ones being challenged.

"This new DVD/VHS resource and accompanying trainer's notes/self-study guide shows what we need to do in order to create organisations which not only enable people to be treated equally and with respect, but that also succeed."

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