Despite good intentions, diversity training can backfire

12/9/2009 | Fistful of Talent

Diversity training often doesn't work, and when poorly done, it can have negative effects, Fran Melmed writes. To achieve real change, companies should make the training voluntary, broaden the definition of "diversity" and increase flexibility to deal with different work styles, she writes.

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