Sensitivity Training for Employees


★★★★★ “I found this course to be very eye-opening. I never realized how many little things I do that can make someone feel uncomfortable or unwelcome. I’m going to definitely try to be more conscious of my words and actions from now on.” – Lim M.

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Sensitivity Training in the Workplace

Course Overview:

This course is designed to provide employees with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively deal with sensitivity issues in the workplace. The course will cover a variety of topics related to diversity, including but not limited to: race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation, and age. Through a combination of lecture, discussion, and hands-on activities, participants will learn about the different types of diversity and how to create a respectful and inclusive work environment.

Course Objectives:

By the end of this course, participants will be able to:

– Define diversity and its various dimensions

– Understand the importance of sensitivity in the workplace

– Recognize common stereotypes and prejudices

– Learn active listening and communication skills

– Develop strategies for dealing with difficult situations

Who Should Attend:

This course is designed for all employees. Whether you are new to the workforce or a seasoned veteran, this course will provide you with the tools you need to effectively deal with diversity in the workplace.

Course Outline:

Module 1: What is Diversity?

– Defining diversity

– The dimensions of diversity

– Why is diversity important?

Module 2: Stereotypes and Prejudices

– What are stereotypes and prejudices?

– How do they impact the workplace?

– Strategies for dealing with stereotypes and prejudices

Module 3: Communication and Active Listening Skills

– The importance of effective communication in the workplace

– Active listening skills

– Barriers to effective communication

Module 4: Dealing with Difficult Situations

– Conflict management strategies

– Dealing with difficult people

– Tips for creating a respectful and inclusive work environment

Why Sensitivity Training For Employees?

In our fast-paced, ever-changing world, it’s more important than ever for workplaces to provide sensitivity training for their employees. Whether it’s learning how to communicate with those of different cultures or better understanding the needs of customers with disabilities, sensitivity training can help create a more inclusive and welcoming environment for everyone.

At its best, sensitivity training can help employees feel more comfortable in their work environment and better equipped to deal with the diverse range of people they encounter on a daily basis. It can also help to reduce incidents of discrimination, harassment, and conflict in the workplace.

However, sensitivity training is not without its critics. Some argue that it can be ineffective, or even counterproductive, if not properly designed and implemented. Others argue that it’s simply a way for companies to avoid liability for discriminatory or harassing behavior.

Whether you’re a fan of sensitivity training or not, there’s no denying that it can be a valuable tool in creating a more inclusive workplace. If your company is considering implementing a sensitivity training program, here are a few things to keep in mind:

Sensitivity training should be tailored to your company’s needs. There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to sensitivity training, so it’s important to design a program that meets the specific needs of your workplace.

Sensitivity training should be ongoing. A one-time training session is not enough to effect lasting change. Sensitivity training should be an ongoing process that includes regular check-ins and opportunities for employees to give feedback.


Diversity: The inclusion of individuals with different racial, ethnic, religious, gender, sexual orientation, and age backgrounds in a group or organization.

Sensitivity: The quality of being aware of and responsive to the needs of others.

Stereotype: A fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing.

Prejudice: An unfavorable opinion or feeling formed beforehand or without knowledge, thought, or reason.


★★★★★  “I found this course to be very eye-opening. I never realized how many little things I do that can make someone feel uncomfortable or unwelcome. I’m going to definitely try to be more conscious of my words and actions from now on.” – Lim M.

★★★★ “This was an excellent course! It really made me think about the way I interact with people who are different from me. I’m going to make a conscious effort to be more inclusive in my workplace.” – Janine T.

★★★★★  “I thought this course was very helpful. It’s easy to get caught up in our own bubbles and not realize how we might be excluding others. This course has given me a lot to think about and I’m going to try to be more aware of my own bias.” – Alan B.