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Diversity Management Boot Camp – A Great Success!

Participants from a cross-section of organizations—ranging from the provincial government to small not-for-profits—enjoyed a challenging and productive day April 22 at our first Diversity Management Boot Camp. The workshop was designed ‘boot camp style’ to use tools and training provided to get straight to the heart of specific diversity challenges in their organizations. The afternoon’s ‘fun and games’ had a serious problem-solving purpose, using DTP’s 3 new interactive tools: The Bridges of Empathy Diversity Game™; CULTURAL INTELLIGENCE—The Game™; and What’s in the Zone?™. Who says grown-ups can’t learn with building blocks, popsicle stick men and poker chips!


Workshop Related Videos

View video – Know, Feel, Do workshop summary »

View video – Bridges, Zones and Cultural Intelligence workshop & games summary »

View video – words from workshop attendee Jerome Sylvan »


Participants’ Workshop Evaluation Comments, Diversity Management Boot Camp, April 22, 2010

‘This Boot Camp has left me very empowered. My thought pattern has been challenged. I have thoroughly enjoyed this workshop—very thoroughly constructed and presented.”

“Workshop served ton build your cultural competence through the use of tools…creative and impactful…delivery engaging and inclusive…thorough and well-researched data…”

“Excellent session, great approach…(got) straight to the issue.”

“My eyes were opened wide…content was great…assignments were challenging”.

“Very informative and engaging. Wished we had more time!”

“Sparked new ideas and thoughts…found the tools/games very useful.”

“Very Practical.”

“Well done! Good use of my time.”

“I recommend this training to everyone in all types of organizations. The tools are very useful”.

For further information on Diversity Management Boot Camp and/or to be notified of fall 2010 sessions click here.

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