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I have been in the diversity-training field for over 25 years and everybody talks about best practices but I feel too many of my colleagues really make it more complicated than it really needs to be and here at DTG we have always tried to make diversity issues and the related training easier to comprehend and embrace. The prerequisite reading for this article is an article I recently wrote entitled – “Diversity Worst Practices.” These are proven practices executed in hundreds of organizations with tens of thousands of workshop participants over the past 25 years of my career. Remember I do a fair amount of rescue diversity training where I am brought in after another diversity trainer blew the place apart. What I have learned about making diversity-training stick follows. My top 11 list coming at you!