COURSE 14 - MODULE 2 - LM05 - DIVERSITY

  1. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    What is Diversity

    Definition:
    A composite of individual characteristics, experiences, and abilities consistent with the core values and the Air Force mission.
    DIVERSITY
  2. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    What is Diversity

    Definition:
    Inherent or socially defined personal characteristics, including age, race/ethnicity, religion, gender, socioeconomic status, family status, disability, and geographic origin.
    DEMOGRAPHIC DIVERSITY
  3. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    What is Diversity

    Definition:
    Differences in styles of work, thinking, learning, and personality.
    COGNITIVE/BEHAVIORAL DIVERSITY
  4. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    What is Diversity

    Definition:
    Intimate knowledge of, and experience with, foreign languages and cultures, inclusive of both citizen and non-citizen personnel, exchange officers, coalition partners, and foreign nationals with whom they interact as part of a globally engaged Air Force.
    GLOBAL DIVERSITY
  5. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    What is Diversity

    True/False:
    Every Airman has the right to have religious diversity.  They, also, have the right to disregard directives, instructions, and lawful orders that conflict with their beliefs.

    FALSE
  6. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Key Terms

    This term describes your ability to be receptive and responsive to the emotions, feelings, personality, temperaments, cultural differences and beliefs of the people around you.
    SOCIAL SENSITIVITY
  7. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Key Terms

    An alternate view of diversity in which people learn to respect the differences between people while highlighting their similarities.
    DIVERSIMILARITY
  8. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Key Terms

    ____________ is a leader behavior that focuses on dealing with people as individuals… considering their needs, abilities, and aspirations as you work together to further their development.
    TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP - INDIVIDUALIZED CONSIDERATION
  9. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Key Terms

    Extends from the Golden Rule of treat others as you would want to be treated.
    RAINBOW RULE
  10. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Five Priorities

    Under the priority Institutionalize diversity as necessary to mission success, we should develop structures and strategies to equip leaders with the ability to manage diversity so they can be accountable for, measure the results of, refine the approaches on, and analyze the basis of such data to build and institutionalize a culture of ___________.
    INCLUSION
  11. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Five Priorities

    ___________ represents a culture that connect each Airman to the organization.  It encourages collaboration, flexibility, and fairness.  It, also, leverages diversity throughout the organization so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their potential.
    INCLUSION
  12. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Five Priorities

    Under the priority Attract high-quality, talented, diverse individuals to consider service in the USAF, in uniform or as civilian employees, we act as __________ establishing relationships with key community leaders (school counselors, spiritual leaders, politicians, parents, etc.) in order to present the option of serving in the Air Force in under-recruited geographic areas or in areas where our organization isn’t highly visible (i.e., hometowns).
    PUBLIC SERVANTS
  13. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Five Priorities

    Under the priority RECRUIT high-quality, talented, and diverse individuals to serve with the USAF in uniform or as civilian employees, we should be _________________ by participating in outreach events (conferences, professional associations, non-profit groups, and other community organizations) focused on recruiting the best.  Volunteer to assist your local recruiters and encourage your Airmen to do the same.  Talk with others about the multitude of career opportunities available in the Air Force.
    STRATEGIC COMMUNICATORS
  14. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Five Priorities

    Under the priority DEVELOP a high-quality, talented, and diverse total force (active duty, Guard, Reserve, and civilians), as a ________________, we must create an effective life-cycle continuum that focuses on education, training, mentoring, and professional development to provide tools for personnel to navigate career progression while nurturing innovation, service and leadership.
    SUPERVISOR AND MENTOR
  15. REVISITING DIVERSITY

    Five Priorities

    As a senior enlisted leader in your organization, providing opportunities for growth to ALL people regardless of rank, position, affiliation (military/civilian) or your personal opinion falls under which priority?
    RETAIN A HIGH-QUALITY, TALENTED, AND DIVERSE TOTAL FORCE
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COURSE 14 - MODULE 2 - LM05 - DIVERSITY
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