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We all want to be treated fairly. And we all want to be seen like we're being fair with others, right? So, the question is, how do we do that? The key is to have a common way to talk about and practice being fair. And that's what the F.A.I.R. tool does.
Diversity is a fact of life in our organizations. So, the question is, "how can we use our awareness of diversity to be more effective?" Being culturally competent means having the ability to recognize and respond to our similarities and differences; and make better decisions based on that understanding.
The point of understanding the impact of diversity and being culturally competent by using the F.A.I.R.™ approach isn't just to ensure we'll all be nice to each other. Our organizations are in business to accomplish a task. And that takes the cooperation of employees and customers.
When the holiday season comes around, many people - by default - wish others a "Merry Christmas." But for people who don’t celebrate Christmas, this can feel disrespectful... and even rude. A key component of being respectful includes using appropriate holiday greetings during the holiday season.
Cultural differences can impact how people perceive situations such as a visit to the doctor. For some cultures, this is seen as something an individual does, for other cultures, they see it as an important event which a good number of family members need to attend.
Cultural Competency is having the ability to recognize and respond to our similarities and differences - and make better decisions based on that understanding. This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to inform and encourage discussion on understanding diversity & inclusion within the workplace.
Having the ability to recognize and respond to our similarities and differences - and make better decisions based on that understanding are the baseline benefits of cultural competency. This thought-provoking, powerful short video uses impactful imagery, video and music to inform and encourage discussion on understanding diversity & inclusion within the healthcare environment.
Cultural competency means you recognize and respond to the differences and similarities that make up our workforce and customer base, and use this understanding to communicate more effectively and to make better decisions. Your commitment to building cultural competency begins with a plan!
A fun way to present and learn key cultural competency terms and definitions.
Article Summary: The similarities and differences in our workplace can strengthen the overall effectiveness of our organization when we develop cultural competence.
The Cultural Competence Matrix shows the stages we move through in developing cultural competence.
These easy-to-use cards provide a cultural competency awareness model (F.R.E.D.) and questions to address common diversity, inclusion and respect issues in the health care environment. These cards are great for a quick training reminder or conversation starter.
When it comes to religion, the words you use are important and play an integral part of conversation with fellow colleagues. To ensure teamwork and communication in the workplace run as smoothly as possible, using the correct words and terms is very important.
Build inclusion and cultural competency in the workplace. An introduction to the F.A.I.R. in action model.
These Foam Balls are great reminders of how to to "be F.A.I.R." (Feedback, Assistance, Inclusion, Respect)." They are great takeaways for anyone participating in the Being F.A.I.R. training session.
Being an outsider can happen to any of us at any time. It can happen based on occupation, tenure, age, gender… the list goes on and on. When there are race or cultural differences the points of connection may not be easy, reactions may be more intense, and misunderstandings are more likely to occur. Inclusion is all about intentional acts that build connections and strengthen relationships.
As well know well, diversity is all about relationships. The similarities and differences that exist among employees, customers, and suppliers are what create diversity in the workplace. When we talk about diversity, one of the most important things to understand is that it's about culture. Culture is a way of living, thinking, doing being and believing. It has to do with things like dress, customs, language, and beliefs.
People often have different religious practices based upon their faith. Some of these practices include wearing something like a crucifix. For others, it means wearing a piece of attire such as a hijab. Today’s inclusive and respectful workplace culture means that the ability to practice your religion is open to you.
Impact of joking and casual remarks in the workplace - based on perceived stereotypes.
Great teamwork starts with people feeling they are important… and that their experience, skills and ideas matter! However, when someone is an “Only One" it can be harder for them to feel like they are part of the group... feel like they are included! Are you an ‘only one’ on your team?
Need a quick primer on the power and impact of workplace diversity? This short video provides a great overview of the basics of diversity and cultural competence. Diversity just shows up. It walks in your door through the hiring process… who's out there in the applicant pool… that's what’s available for you to hire. Whether your a manager, supervisor, team leader or even executive, this quick diversity resource provides key insight into the power of diversity!
A colorful and insightful reminder card that provides a simple model (F.A.I.R.) for understanding the importance of building and using cultural competency in our every day interactions. These cards can be printed and distributed for a quick reminder (post-training), performance management (just-in-time reinforcement) or a powerful conversation starter.
Sometimes people don’t recognize when and how racial bias is expressed in our society and in day-to-day interactions. Most of us have seen or experienced racial bias in the form of microaggressions, which are subtle, sometimes indirect, and often unintentional behaviors that communicate hostile, derogatory or negative racial messages or assumptions. Although these things may not be intended as racist, they can come across that way.
No one likes tension or conflict in the workplace. But with such a diverse workforce, differences are bound to surface. These easy-to-use cards provide an easy-to-remember model (B.E.A.T.) along with thought-provoking questions as a framework for recognizing and responding to situations involving race and other diversity dynamics. These cards are great for a quick reminder, reinforcement or as a conversation generator.
With the current focus on racial inequity and injustice, organizations - now more than ever - need to understand how racism and other key diversity dynamics impact their efforts to build a more diverse, equitable and inclusive workplace and culture. This new program focuses on the diversity dimension of race. By deepening awareness and understanding of race and racism, participants develop knowledge and skills that support and contribute to your organization’s overall diversity, equity and inclusion goals.
It's a given... the workplace is going to be more diverse. So your employees, managers and executive team need to know it’s important that they use cultural competency skills to interact and communicate respectfully. The bottom line: By better understanding others, YOU can make a world of difference in your organization.
An impactful diversity awareness program designed to help employees understand what diversity really is and when it matters most in the workplace. This program introduces the F.A.I.R.™ Approach as a practical way to improve an organization’s cultural competency. The approach can be used as a tool to build more positive, productive relationships at work that will help employees make better decisions that impact the overall productivity of the organization.
Creating and maintaining a respectful work environment begins with managers. Success depends on their ability to recognize, respond to and resolve issues between employees. The focus is on the legal and organizational responsibilities managers have in establishing a respectful and inclusive working environment.
The workplace is much more diverse. So your employees, managers and executive team need to know it’s important that they use cultural competency skills to interact and communicate respectfully with patients and their families. The bottom line: By better understanding your patients, YOU can make a world of difference in their lives and within your organization.
An introductory diversity awareness program designed to help employees understand what diversity really is and when it matters most in the workplace. This program introduces the "F.A.I.R. approach" as a practical way to improve an organization’s cultural competency. The approach can be used as a tool to build more positive, productive relationships at work that will help employees make better decisions that impact the overall productivity of the organization.
This version of M.E.E.T.: Breaking New Ground™ focuses on how unconscious biases, micro-inequities and non-inclusive behavior through our words and actions can lead to serious conflict in the workplace. This short tackles inappropriate expressions, joking in the workplace and cross-cultural miscommunication.
This version of M.E.E.T.: Breaking New Ground™ focuses on how unconscious biases, micro-inequities and non-inclusive behavior through our thoughts (and even actions) can lead to serious conflict in the workplace. This program tackles hidden biases, inappropriate assumptions, diversity moments, sexual orientation and differences in organizational culture.
Recognizing that diversity and inclusion go beyond race, gender, ethnicity, etc. They can and often do involve differences in organizational culture, including work styles and schedules, geographic and time-zone differences, occupations, and working on virtual teams.
Diversity in today's workplace is a given... and the value of that diversity allows organizations to draw on a fuller range of experiences - allowing them to think more creatively and avoid biased decision-making. But what if that diversity is causing tension? What if inclusion and equity are slow on the uptake? Treating others with respect is paramount to a successful and inclusive workplace.
Based on the best-selling M.E.E.T. on Common Ground™, this program will provide your employees with the tools they need to understand and manage their behavior as it relates to others in the workplace. This powerful program uses highly relevant and realistic video scenarios involving common situations, such as inappropriate expressions and jokes, unconscious biases and gossip.
Promote personal responsibility for creating respectful work environments. This program approaches sensitive issues without shame, blame or negative stereotyping and will show your employees where respect for differences makes common sense. Put into practice, this program can help improve the communication and relationships in your workplace.