What’s Missing from the Conversation: The Growth Mindset in Cultural Competency by   Rosetta Lee  on 8/31/2015 6:24 PM - See more at: http://www.nais.org/Independent-Ideas/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=467&_cldee=dmFodWphQGdkcy5vcmc=#sthash.7eqin56l.dpuf

What’s Missing from the Conversation: The Growth Mindset in Cultural Competency by Rosetta Lee on 8/31/2015 6:24 PM - See more at: http://www.nais.org/Independent-Ideas/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=467&_cldee=dmFodWphQGdkcy5vcmc=#sthash.7eqin56l.dpuf

The Search for Justice.  i have seen and loved that cartoon many times before, because it helps shift perspective. Some of us might have been clamouring loudly for Equality  when in actual fact what we are needing to champion is

The Search for Justice. i have seen and loved that cartoon many times before, because it helps shift perspective. Some of us might have been clamouring loudly for Equality when in actual fact what we are needing to champion is

super-diversity  we are all defined by so many different things we share such importand personal aspects with people who might seem "other" us at first

super-diversity we are all defined by so many different things we share such importand personal aspects with people who might seem "other" us at first

Managing diversity is a responsibility of a manager and the first step towards harmony in the workplace. Treating each associate with respect and equity is how you comply with this standard. In addition, understanding culture differences and backgrounds without uniformity will show your employees that you truly care about them as individuals.

Managing diversity is a responsibility of a manager and the first step towards harmony in the workplace. Treating each associate with respect and equity is how you comply with this standard. In addition, understanding culture differences and backgrounds without uniformity will show your employees that you truly care about them as individuals.

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