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Sensitivity training

Sensitivity training is a form of individual counseling geared toward increasing self-awareness and sensitivity to others. It aims to assist key employees in developing their leadership skills surrounding issues of diversity and harassment prevention.

Sensitivity Training is a method for increasing employees’ insights into their own Behavior by candid discussions in groups led by special trainers.

Sensitivity training is a technique for trying to improve interpersonal communication and the quality of relationships in small groups. The orientation of this technique is that of humanistic psychology and it is based on the methods and experience of group therapy. Group leaders try to facilitate open and honest discussion of feelings within the group. The hope is that any newfound sensitivity to one’s dealings with other people will carry over to other areas of life.

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