Played as a board game, with up to four teams playing at a time, it enables players:
- To learn about and test their knowledge of key diversity facts
- To consider and debate issues, challenges and scenarios
- To think about diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and more broadly
And since it is played as a team game, players can explore these topics this in a relaxed and enjoyable environment.
The Game has wide-ranging questions on Society, jobs, Demographics and Legislation, plus Test “mini-scenarios” and the added element of Chance cards. Written largely from a UK perspective, there are also questions which cover topics from a global or multinational angle.
This is a game for everyone, which can be played in any organisational setting, and with many potential applications, including:
- As part of D&I development for employees, HR practitioners and leaders
- For use at employee network events
- In team-building and away-day sessions
- In induction programmes
- In leadership team meetings
The Game can be produced in a variety of practical formats, including 'traditional boxed board game' and 'game in a tube' which features a robust roll-up playing surface and durable poster-tube outer case.
To see some sample questions, please click below:
Diversity Game Sample Question
What do clients say about the Diversity Game?
Ernst & Young have used the game as part of a D&I workshop for change agents.
“Core to the success of this workshop was an hour spent playing the Diversity Game. We found it was an innovative and engaging way to educate our people, in particular it showed them the depth and breadth of D&I’s scope. It was particularly helpful that we could customise some of the questions for EY.”
Director of Diversity and Inclusiveness
Cranfield School of Management say:
“The Diversity Board Game is an excellent learning tool which raises awareness of an often difficult topic in a non-threatening and participative way. It can be used in industry or academic settings to build knowledge of diversity demographics, legislation and opportunities, as well as bringing to life some of the underlying issues and assumptions which can be a barrier to change.”
Professor Susan Vinnicombe
OBE, Director International Centre for Women Leaders
Cranfield School of Management
If you would like to discuss how The Diversity Game could work in your organisation, please contact us.
We can also introduce you to an international version of this game.