Are you preparing to facilitate a Diversity and Inclusion workshop or discussion?
“I Am, But I Am Not” is an inclusion team activity that breaks down misconceptions and stereotypes by allowing individuals to report on how they identify themselves. Another benefit is that the exercise allows them to address the stereotypes behind these identifying factors.
This icebreaker can be facilitated in person or virtually, making it adaptable to many situations.
“I am a social person, but I am not an extrovert.”
“I am in my 50’s, but I’m not technologically challenged.”
“I am from New York, but I am not a Giants fan.”
Diana Gurwicz is a Certified Master Facilitator with over 20 years of experience in consulting, facilitating, coaching, and teaching. Diana has helped leaders in all stages of their careers develop strategic plans, restructure their organizations, leverage effective communication strategies, launch products, and lead technology roll-outs. Diana obtained her B.S. in Engineering Physics from Cornell University and her MBA from the Wharton School of Finance and Economics. Diana lives in New Jersey with her 2 teenage children and her dog and donates her time to various community initiatives, including teaching the stock market to middle school children and helping high school students fulfill their dreams in the college application process.
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