July 2, 2016
There is nothing that human beings despise more on a primal level than forced integration with persons of a vastly different genetic background.
So these Harvard Jews are now like “whoa whoa whoa – you’re Jewing the goyim too hard and now it’s backfiring! You have to chill!”
Diversity might be a good thing, but forced training in tolerance not only fails in the business world, it backfires, according to a new Harvard study.
Managers sent to mandatory diversity training sessions often come away resenting the very groups they are being encouraged to accept, according to the study, entitled “Why Diversity Programs Fail,” and published in the latest edition of Harvard Business Review. It gets even worse when threats and punishments are imposed to ensure participation, the study found.
“People often respond to compulsory courses with anger and resistance,” wrote authors Frank Dobbin, a professor of sociology at Harvard and Alexandra Kalev, a professor of social sciences at Tel Aviv University. “Your organization will become less diverse, not more.”
The study looked at financial institutions, where in mandatory initiatives aimed at increasing diversity have not increased the number of white women and black men in managerial positions, the study claims. Five years after implementation of involuntary training, the proportion of minority managers either remained stagnant or declined — as much as 9 percent for black women.
“Mandatory diversity training sends exactly the message of control – and psychological research shows us time and time again [that] people resist control,” Kalev told FoxNews.com in an email.
The study’s findings did not surprise Bish, who said forced training could cause employees to “get defensive” and that people often “don’t react in a positive way to that training,” especially if higher-ups aren’t perceived as authentic in their diversity beliefs.
The study also has implications for college campuses, where mandatory diversity programs and voluntary courses have increasingly expanded from coast to coast.
In one of the more aggressive programs, the University of Toledo will implement elements of its Strategic Plan for Diversity and Inclusion, which will require all faculty and students to enroll in diversity training by the 2017 school year. The plan is proceeding even though two-thirds of students who had never had diversity training said they were opposed to it. Forcing those students to participate would be counterproductive, according to Kalev.
As in the business world, mandatory diversity training could cause members of the campus community to “disengage from the idea of diversity” and “develop negative attitudes toward minority students and faculty” she warned.
It applies to more than just universities.
It applies to the entire society. Everywhere, we are having this “diversity” forced down our throats against our will.
Even these stupid emoticons. I keep accidentally sending people Negroid faces. All it takes is a slip of the thumb and – BAM – Negroid face. This has not made me like Black people more, I can tell you that.
And thus, the backlash.