Jérôme Boateng during Audi: envoy for tolerance

Posted on 14. May, 2019 by in Audi Canada

Change aged ways of thinking, open adult for new encounters and consciously live farrago as a success factor: That’s a idea of an interactive Audi Diversity Course, which, after Neckarsulm, will now revisit a company’s headquarters. In team-work with a Schwabach Institute for Diversity Management and underneath a sign “100% Me,” a vehicle manufacturer will be sensitizing several thousand apprentices, employees and managers, partially in a witty way, until a finish of May. On Monday, veteran soccer actor Jérôme Boateng from FC Bayern Munich attended a course. For many years, a 30-year-old diver has been committed to a different and equal society. Boateng reported honestly to Audi employees about his knowledge of influence and stereotypes. On and off a personification field, he believes there is usually one approach to mangle down such barriers: “Approach any other and take time to benefit a second impression,” says Boateng. Denise Mathieu, Head of Diversity Management during AUDI AG, pronounced in a corner contention with a employees: “Many employees during Audi are committed to farrago and act accordingly. We wish to resolutely anchor this opinion in a corporate enlightenment and to emanate a operative sourroundings in that everybody can minister one hundred percent of his or her singular abilities.”

Audi will be presenting serve examples and ideas for farrago on Tuesday, May 28: For a third time, a association will attend in a national “Diversity Day”. In a purpose as a signatory to a “Charter for Diversity,” Audi plans, among other things, to reason workshops, networking events and a corner social-media debate underneath a streamer #FlagforDiversity.

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