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Diversity and Inclusion Interview Questions

To help you prepare for your next job interview, here are 30 interview questions and answer examples focused on Diversity and Inclusion.

Diversity and Inclusion was written by and updated on September 22nd, 2020. Learn more here.

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If you were to create a diversity and inclusion plan for your current company, what would be your priorities?

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If it were in your hands to create a diversity and inclusion plan, what would this plan encompass? This question is an excellent opportunity to explore your knowledge of diversity and inclusion related to a business or corporate environment. Hypothetically, if the call was entirely up to you, what would be your top priorities? If you are not familiar with diversity and inclusion plans and what they often include, take some time to research your favorite companies and peruse the D&I plans on their website. Larger organizations will almost always have this information on their website, typically found in the 'careers' section.

Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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30 Diversity and Inclusion Interview Questions & Answers

  • 1. If you were to create a diversity and inclusion plan for your current company, what would be your priorities?

      How to Answer

      If it were in your hands to create a diversity and inclusion plan, what would this plan encompass? This question is an excellent opportunity to explore your knowledge of diversity and inclusion related to a business or corporate environment. Hypothetically, if the call was entirely up to you, what would be your top priorities? If you are not familiar with diversity and inclusion plans and what they often include, take some time to research your favorite companies and peruse the D&I plans on their website. Larger organizations will almost always have this information on their website, typically found in the 'careers' section.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

      1st Answer Example

      "If I were to create a diversity and inclusion plan for my current company, I would make a few essential additions. I would include a more flexible schedule, paid leave options, and provide recognition of various religious and cultural holidays and celebrations that may not have wide recognition on the traditional calendar. I would hold mandated diversity training regularly and create mentorship plans so that our team members could mentor someone with characteristics different from their own. This approach would be a good start. Of course, it's important to mention that I would build a way to measure and assess the programs' impact."

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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      "First, I would like to survey all employees to gather a consensus on how to move forward. What topics and ideas our employees would like to see in the future. But without this information and conversations, I have had with many colleagues. Some top ideas would be the ability to have flexible schedules. Many employees have expressed this need because of their office dynamics. Employees get interrupts quite often and are trying to meet a deadline. If employees were able to work at home where many have expressed they have fewer interruptions. And another priority I would encourage is onsite daycare. So many members of our community are growing their families. But yet with the expense of child care. Many of our employees once again request flexibility in their schedule or an onsite daycare. This would help our employees and also our retention because some have expressed their need to stay at home due to the expense."

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      Marcie Wilmot

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      Marcie Wilmot Reviewed the Above Answer

      These sound like really solid suggestions that are based on conversations you've had with your colleagues. You've done a great job of expressing your ideas, which the interviewer will appreciate, and these sound like the type of initiatives that would really benefit many of your coworkers. Because a diversity and inclusion plan typically deals directly with the topics of diversity and inclusion, you might also want to mention implementing diversity and inclusion training if it seemed necessary. Ultimately, though, your priorities seem to revolve around helping as many people as possible succeed within your workplace, which is great.

  • 2. How do you define workplace diversity?

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      Before you can define workplace diversity, it's essential to know the different characteristics that construct this diversification. Diversity at work refers to many aspects including, but not limited to, a persons' race, ethnicity, culture, language, age, sexual orientation, gender, physical abilities, political beliefs, religion, and socioeconomic status. When a company employs a wide range of individuals, this is considered workplace diversity. Tell the interviewer how you view and define diversity in the workplace.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

      1st Answer Example

      "To me, workplace diversity means the employment of a range of individuals with varying traits, characteristics, and backgrounds. When a workplace is diverse, the organization will employ people of varying beliefs, experiences, genders, sexual orientation, race, culture, socioeconomic status, education, physical abilities, and more."

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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      "Workplace diversity is to respect others from many different backgrounds. Other colleagues can have a different educational background, race, sex, and even language. I respect everyone's experience and ideas."

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      Marcie Wilmot

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      Marcie Wilmot Reviewed the Above Answer

      Great answer! While it's clear you have a good understanding of workplace diversity, consider adding some more details. Please see below for an example response:

      "As I understand it, workplace diversity refers to how a company or organization puts in place a workforce that is filled with people of different genders, races, religions, ethnicities, ages, and education levels, among other attributes. To me, this goes hand in hand with respecting everyone else no matter their background. I enjoy when my colleagues are different from me in terms of their education, race, sex, and even language because there's so much I can learn from them and their perspectives. I respect everyone else's experience and ideas, and I look forward to working for an organization like yours that values and celebrates diversity."

  • 3. What strategies have you deployed to address diversity issues in the workplace?

      How to Answer

      There are many strategies available today to address diversity issues in the workplace. Significant diversity issues that a company can face may include a lack of acceptance or respect between employees, gender equality, little accommodation for varying beliefs, lack of accommodation for physical disabilities, and generational gaps.

      The interviewer would like to know if you have ever deployed strategies to address any diversity issues in the workplace. If you are a leader in an organization, you may have more experience in this area; however, any employee can take actions - big or small - to improve company diversity efforts. Some ideas include improving how discrimination or harassment complaints are handled or using hiring and screening technology that reduce unconscious bias.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

      1st Answer Example

      "As the leader of a mid-level organization, I must be conscious of potential biases occurring in the workplace. This year I led our company in a new technology implementation meant to reduce bias in the talent screening, hiring, and evaluation processes. As a result, our hiring process has become fair to genders, races, religions, and other social categories. The process is not perfect; however, we have seen a significant increase in diversity hires and a boost in overall company morale."

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

      Community Answer

      "I have not deployed a strategy but I would recommend software that removes the name of the person in the resume so people can not unconsciously assume the race or gender of the applicant which can affect if they get hired."

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      Amanda Knight

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      If you have not established strategies to address diversity issues in the workplace, you can hypothetically discuss strategies you think would be beneficial such as deploying staff training, collaborating to create effective corporate D&I guidelines, or giving regular opportunities for employees to increase the quality and quantity of conversations about diversity occurring in the workplace.

  • 4. What does inclusion mean to you?

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      Simply put, inclusion means that everyone, regardless of their abilities, needs, or background, is treated fairly and equally. In the workplace, this means achieving an environment that presents an equal opportunity for all. Inclusion is a necessary component of any diversity effort because, without inclusion efforts, a Diversity & Inclusion program will fall flat. Discuss what inclusion means to you and why you believe it's a critical component to every workplace environment.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 5. Have you ever encountered a situation where a colleague was not accepting another colleague due to their gender or sexual orientation?

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      The interviewer wants you to recount a time when you dealt with gender or sexual discrimination in the workplace. When responding to a question like this, it's best to give a specific story-based example rather than responding with a generalization. You can form your response using the STAR framework, an acronym for Situation, Task, Action, Result. This framework will allow you to keep your reply well-organized so that the interviewer can follow along with your story.

      If you have not experienced this situation in the past, you can speak hypothetically, being sure to address how you would handle the issue and how you plan to support your co-workers regardless of their gender or orientation.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 6. Have you ever experienced or witnessed a lack of inclusion in the workplace? If so, how did you address the situation?

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      Inclusion is different from diversity, and it's essential to be prepared to make the distinction. Diversity refers to 'what' the company is doing to create a diverse workplace, and inclusion is 'how' the company is developing a culture that is safe for all. The interviewer wants you to recount a time when you experienced first hand or witnessed a lack of inclusion in the workplace. This question is not the opportunity to speak poorly of an employer or co-worker but instead spotlight how you address a workplace imbalance.

      When responding to a question like this, it's best to give a specific story-based example rather than responding with a generalization. You can form your response using the STAR framework, an acronym for Situation, Task, Action, Result. This framework will allow you to keep your reply well-organized so that the interviewer can follow along with your story.

      If you have not experienced this situation in the past, you can speak hypothetically, being sure to address how you would handle the issue and how you plan to support your co-workers in achieving equality in the workplace.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 7. In your opinion, how can a company best embrace diversity?

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      A company that embraces diversity will see many benefits. The company gains new perspectives, better methods for problem-solving, and increased creativity. Also, employee engagement increases, resulting in less turnover. When it comes to profits, a company can see an increase in sales because its reputation improves, and its employees feel more attached to the company mission. The interviewer wants you to discuss ideas on how a company can strengthen its focus on workplace diversity.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 8. Have you ever attended formal diversity and inclusion training?

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      There are many available programs, courses, and workshops dedicated to diversity and inclusion. Many of these programs are in-house, some are offered by post-secondary educational entities, some through professional coaches, and others offered online. Udemy, Coursera, edX, and even Microsoft provide highly valuable D&I training options.

      If you have never attended diversity and inclusion training, take the initiative to do so on your own time. This addition to your knowledge base will be valuable as you search for new employment. If you have formal D&I training, give the interviewer an outline of the program you attended. Discuss what you learned, and highlight how this training will benefit the company, should they choose to hire you.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 9. What are the most common mistakes you see in a company's Diversity & Inclusion plan?

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      Many companies will have a well-organized Diversity & Inclusion plan (often referred to as D&I). However, having a plan is not the fix-all for addressing diversity and inclusion issues in the workplace. Talk to the interviewer about some common mistakes you have seen in a company's D&I plan and include some positive thoughts regarding potential solutions. If you have not recognized any issues with the D&I plans of previous organizations, here are a few common missteps that you may find:

      - Treating D&I solely as a Human Resources issue versus a company-wide responsibility
      - Creating a firm plan but falling short with training or putting the plan into action
      - Having a one-sided approach expected to fit everyone
      - Focusing on diversity (the 'what) but not inclusion (the 'how')
      - Limiting the demographics included in the D&I program
      - Leaving it up to employees to drive the D&I plan
      - Rarely revising the D&I plan for tweaks and improvements

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 10. Why do you believe it is important to embrace diversity and support inclusion efforts in this role?

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      No matter your job function, it's vital that you come ready to embrace and support the diversity and inclusion efforts of your employer. The interviewer wants to know why you believe this to be important and how you put this belief into action. A company that embraces diversity and inclusion efforts creates a cohesive work environment with higher morale, better productivity, and less turnover. Discuss with the interviewer why you stand by D&I endeavors and what you will specifically do in this role to support the hiring company's D&I plan.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 11. How do you feel about workplace diversity today, and how have your views changed over the years?

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      Diversity has been a part of the corporate conversation for many years; however, the conversation has changed significantly over time. Today, corporations consider many more groups when building their Diversity & Inclusion plan. The interviewer would like to know how your views have evolved over the years, and where you stand today on diversity and inclusion topics and efforts.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 12. We have a steadfast commitment to our company's diversity and inclusion plan. What does our D&I plan mean to you?

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      Before attending your interview, take the time to research the hiring company's D&I plan. Typically, an organization will have its D&I plan available to read on its website. Take some time to review the company's mission and vision regarding embracing equality in the workplace. Discuss why their approach is attractive to you.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 13. Do you have any questions or concerns about working among a diverse population?

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      To a conscious hiring organization, culture fit is an incredibly important part of the decision making process. The interviewers will want to be clear that your values align with that of their company. They want to see that you will bring value to their diversity and inclusion plan and wholeheartedly support their efforts. Be prepared to ask any questions regarding the company's diversity plan. If you have concerns about working among a diverse population, be aware of your phrasing and be sure to present your query respectfully.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 14. If hired into this role, how will you support our anti-discrimination policies?

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      An anti-discrimination policy is a policy put into place by a company to protects its employees from discrimination based on multiple factors. A robust anti-discrimination policy will cover various characteristics such as age, gender identity, race, ethnicity, nationality, religion, medical history, physical abilities, sexual orientation, and more. An anti-discrimination policy should also protect employees from various forms of harassment, including sexual harassment. The interviewer wants to see that you will openly and actively support their policies. Talk about the efforts that you plan to make, should you be hired.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 15. What challenges do you believe you'll face when it comes to upholding anti-discrimination policies in this role?

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      The interviewer wants to see that, if hired, you can uphold and support their anti-discrimination policies. If you foresee any challenges, you must be honest about any roadblocks you may experience. It is acceptable to be vulnerable about your shortcomings; however, in today's age, the hiring authorities want to see your desire to embrace anti-discrimination efforts.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 16. Have you ever reached out to a colleague you felt was experiencing workplace discrimination?

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      There are many obvious signs of discrimination in the workplace and many more subtle signs. The more obvious signs are unequal pay, limited promotions, and demeaning communication. The more subtle signals of discrimination can include undue references to age, gender, race, and other microaggressions. Other less obvious signs of workplace discrimination could also include bias interview questions or unfair disciplinary action.

      When responding to a question like this, it's best to give a specific story-based example rather than responding with a generalization. You can form your response using the STAR framework, an acronym for Situation, Task, Action, Result. This framework will allow you to keep your reply well-organized so that the interviewer can follow along with your story.

      If you have not experienced this situation in the past, you can speak hypothetically, being sure to address how you would handle the issue and how you plan to support your co-workers should you witness such a situation.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 17. As a manager or leader, how would you approach an equity problem in the workplace?

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      There is a range of equity problems that you might face in the workplace. Equity refers to equal access and equal opportunities for everyone regardless of gender, sexual orientation, race, language, physical abilities, and many other characteristics. The interviewer wants to know how you approach equity problems and what you would do if you witnessed a lack of equity in the workplace. Show that you are conscious of equity and that you realize the difference between equity and equality.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 18. How would you help a co-worker to increase the value they place on workplace inclusion?

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      Not everyone is empathetic to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The interviewer wants to know how you would handle a situation with a colleague who did not place as much value on inclusion as they could. What action steps would you take to help someone increase their awareness of the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace?

      There are many ways to support further the idea of workplace inclusion, such as building awareness of unconscious bias or asking your co-workers to assess and review their assumptions of others. If you have experienced this scenario, tell a brief story outlining the situation and the actions that you took.

      If you have not experienced this situation in the past, you can speak hypothetically, being sure to address how you would handle the issue and how you plan to support your co-workers in boosting their workplace inclusion efforts.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 19. How has your education and experience prepared you to succeed in our diverse work community?

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      As a working professional, you should be ready to take your education, life, and career experiences to help you succeed in a diverse workplace environment. Discuss your exposure to the topic of diversity in the workplace, show that you have a solid understanding of the depth of diversity and inclusion in business environments, and assure the interviewer that you will succeed in their diverse work community.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 20. How have you demonstrated an active commitment to diversity and inclusion in your most recent role?

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      The interviewer would like to hear the tangible and measurable ways you demonstrate your commitment to diversity and inclusion. Think about the efforts you have made in your current position. Perhaps you have worked to help educate your co-workers on equality. Maybe you have eagerly attended cultural training or diversity workshops or, you openly celebrate the strengths of those different from you. Discuss the ways that you show an active commitment to diversity and inclusion at work while spotlighting the fact that you will wholeheartedly support the hiring company's efforts, should you be hired.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 21. Have you ever mistakenly said something offensive to a colleague? If so, how did you mend the relationship? What did you learn?

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      Saying something unintentionally offensive at work is a terrible feeling and an act that can be very challenging to repair. Your approach to this question should include honesty and a significant focus on the positive action you took once you realized your error. Show the interviewer that you are accountable for your actions and that you take the time to repair workplace relationships when necessary.

      When responding to a behavioral or situational-based question, it's best to give a specific story-based example rather than responding with a generalization.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 22. To what extent do you think a company should encourage diversity programs?

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      Today, most companies have a diversity plan of some sort. Many of these programs are highly detailed, involved, and robust, while others have minimal detail or follow-through. The interviewer wants to know how involved you believe a company should be in generating a diverse workplace.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 23. How do you currently serve diverse groups in your personal or professional life?

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      The hiring company wants to see that you are keen on collaborating for societal change, justice, and equality. Just like an interviewer asking about your volunteer experience, this question addresses the efforts you put forward in immersing yourself in diverse groups. Provide a specific example of how you currently help people different from you, either at work or in your personal life.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 24. What experience do you have relating to people with a background different from yours?

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      When you build relationships with people of a different background from yours, you must be open-minded, ready to listen, eager to learn, and open to new situations. Everybody has a powerful and unique story to tell regarding their background, culture, experiences, and beliefs. Talk to the interviewer about the exposure that you bring relating to others with a narrative different from your own. The hiring authorities will want to see your open-mindedness and desire to grow in acceptance of those different from you.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 25. What have you done this year to further your knowledge and understanding of diversity?

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      The interviewer wants to discuss your interest in expanding your understanding of diversity and inclusion. Show that you go beyond saying the right words and that you have taken action to grow your knowledge and empathy toward people with characteristics different from your own. If you have not recently pursued a broader understanding of diversity, some excellent resources can be found on Coursera, Udemy, edX, and Microsoft online.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 26. In which areas of diversity do you have more to learn? How do you plan to grow?

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      Some of the most common areas of desired growth among working professionals include unconscious bias, gender equality, creating diverse teams through broader talent attraction strategies, and effective leadership in varied environments. The interviewer would like to know where they can best support you in meeting their diversity and inclusion efforts and expectations. In a sense, this question is asking, 'what is your greatest weakness' when it comes to the topic of diversity and inclusion. Be honest in your response and spend the bulk of your reply addressing the actions you are taking to improve and grow.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 27. Do you have experience recruiting a diverse workforce?

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      Many companies have effective multi-stage strategies for recruiting a diverse workforce. An organization with a strategic diversity plan actively seeks to employ individuals with a wide range of characteristics. These characteristics could include cultural background, ethnicity, race, political views, religion, gender, sexual orientation, and much more. Going far beyond diversity hires, the interviewer will also want to know if you have experience building an inclusive workplace culture. Building a diverse team truly means something when you simultaneously create a culture of equality and inclusivity.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 28. How do you demonstrate sensitivity to others?

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      Respect and sensitivity towards others are common topics in the corporate landscape. If you have ever heard of an executive mandated to take 'sensitivity training,' you may be aware that sensitivity towards others is a common issue for leaders and employees. Show the interviewer that you are a professional individual who acts and reacts with correct behavioral and emotional responses in the workplace. The interviewer would like to know specifics on your approach to demonstrating sensitivity to others.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 29. How would you introduce diversity to a team member with limited cultural experiences?

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      The interviewer wants to know precisely how you would help a team member increase their understanding of diversity and inclusion. Discuss how you would approach promoting diversity in the workplace if you encountered a colleague who would benefit from gaining a broader life perspective.

      If this situation has happened to you in the past, tell your real-life experience. Share the actions that you took to make a difference. If you have not encountered this experience before, give the interviewer an overview of how you would approach this hypothetical situation.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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  • 30. What is the difference between diversity and inclusion?

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      There is an essential difference between diversity and inclusion, and the interviewer would like to know that you are aware of the critical distinction. Diversity is often explained as 'what the company is doing' to attract a range of workplace talent. Inclusion is the 'how' referring to what the company is doing to embrace this diversity plan. As you can see, using this distinction, diversity efforts mean much less when inclusion efforts do not occur in tandem. For instance, a company can hire a female executive; however, if she does not have an equal voice, this diversity hire is simply lip-service. Discuss what you know to be the difference between diversity and inclusion.

      Written by Rachelle Enns on September 22nd, 2020

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