Dimensions of Diversity Quiz

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Organizations only focus on employees' physical health in the holistic well-being approach.

False

Flexible work arrangements aim to ensure work-life integration by catering to employees' diverse needs.

True

Cultural competence involves fostering an understanding of diverse cultures and perspectives to better serve international travelers.

True

Organizations do not provide any resources or support to maintain a healthy work-life balance for their employees.

False

Continuous learning about diversity, equity, and inclusion topics does not involve unlearning biases or behaviors.

False

New staff members at the resort are not required to learn about the local culture of the island and the traditions of indigenous communities.

False

Customer-Centric Leadership in the hospitality and tourism industry does not prioritize training employees to be customer-focused.

False

Sustainable and Responsible Tourism Leadership does not involve promoting sustainable practices that preserve the environment.

False

Collaborative Leadership in the tourism sector does not involve building partnerships with local communities and government agencies.

False

Adaptive Leadership in the hospitality and tourism industry is not necessary due to the industry's stability.

False

Inclusive Leadership focuses solely on diverse hiring practices without encouraging all employees to participate and lead.

False

Allyship does not play a role in supporting and advocating for colleagues from underrepresented groups in organizations.

False

Primary dimensions in the Griggs Model refer to characteristics that are more malleable and can change over time.

False

Secondary dimensions interact with primary dimensions to create a simpler understanding of diversity.

False

The Griggs Model was developed by Roosevelt Thomas Jr. and Verna Myers.

True

The Griggs Model categorizes diversity dimensions only into primary categories.

False

Primary dimensions are considered inherent traits that don't significantly influence a person's life experiences and perspectives.

False

Secondary dimensions are typically less visible compared to primary dimensions in the Griggs Model.

False

Cultural Sensitivity can increase the chances of cultural misunderstandings or offenses in interactions with guests.

False

A diverse and inclusive workplace often results in lower employee satisfaction.

False

The UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity was adopted by UNESCO in December 2001.

False

One of the types of diversity issues mentioned is Gender Equality.

False

Implicit Bias is not considered an issue in workplace diversity.

False

One of the key points of the UNESCO Universal Declaration is Cultural Heritage Preservation.

True

Cultural diversity in the hospitality industry only benefits employee engagement.

False

Primary dimensions interact with secondary dimensions to create a more complex understanding of diversity.

True

Exclusion, Denial, and Suppression are examples of responses to diversity described in the text.

True

Embracing cultural diversity in hiring limits access to a broader talent pool.

False

Diverse teams are usually less innovative compared to teams with less diversity.

False

Cross-Cultural Communication is not emphasized as a crucial skill in the hospitality industry.

False

Test your knowledge on primary and secondary dimensions of diversity, and how they impact individuals and organizations. Understand the visible and less changeable aspects of a person's identity.

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