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  1. Gender Diversity Consulting LLCDiversity Training for HR and Diversity Managers Sample Frequently Asked Questions

  2. Agenda of this Session • This session will review Frequently Asked Questions • Page numbers are on each slide • There will be a group activity after the PowerPoint presentation • Write down questions for the Q&A period at the end of this session

  3. What does “gender identity” mean? (p.1) • “Gender identity” is broadly defined by the Guidelines as “gendered identification, self-expression and appearance” corresponding to a deeply-felt psychological identification as male or female. • Gender identity may or may not correspond to a person’s sex assigned at birth. • Employees may not be subject to discrimination or harassment based on gender identity.

  4. What does “gender transition” mean? (p.2) • “Gender transition” refers to transition from male to female, or from female to male. • Those who transition feel strongly and persistently that their gender identity is different from their sex at birth, and wish to transition from one gender to the other. • This transition often takes a year or more.

  5. Is this the same as “Transsexual”? (p.2) • This medical term refers to one who desires to have sex reassignment surgery (sometimes called gender confirmation surgery). Its meaning is subject to debate • The recent term “transgender” is a broader term encompassing all gender variance • The Company/Agency’s guidelines do not use the terms transsexual or transgender.

  6. READY FOR A POP QUIZ?

  7. Question • Which of the following are elements of “Gender Transition” as defined in the Guidelines? • A. Strong and persistent wish to transition from one gender to the other • B. Expression of desire to dress in opposite sex clothing • C. Obtaining sex change surgery

  8. Question • Which of the following are elements of “Gender Transition” as defined in the Guidelines? • A. Strong and persistent wish to transition from one gender to the other • B. Expression of desire to dress in opposite sex clothing • C. Obtaining sex change surgery

  9. Question • Which of the following are elements of “gender identity” as defined by the Company/Agency? • A. Gendered identification • B. Gendered self-expression • C. Gendered appearance

  10. Question • Which of the following are elements of “gender identity” as defined by the Company/Agency? • A. Gendered identification • B. Gendered self-expression • C. Gendered appearance

  11. Group Activity • One person in the group should choose a FAQ and ask it aloud to the person on their right. • The person to their right should answer the question to the best of their ability without looking at the answer. Then have them read the written answer aloud. • Go around the group • While going around, write down questions or concerns you have about answering co-worker questions

  12. Group Activity II • One person in the group should role play an employee who requests a meeting with HR and reveals that he or she will start gender transition soon. • Another person should role play the HR person. • The other members of the group will evaluate the interaction to see what worked and what didn’t work from the point of the view of the Company’s/Agency’s policy objectives

  13. Next Topic… * * *

  14. END OF PART III Thank you for your work