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  1. Scenario one
    1. Response
    2. Potential impact of responding
    3. Potential impact
  2. Scenario two
    1. Response
    2. Potential impact of not hiring
    3. Potential impact of hiring
  3. Scenario three
    1. Response
    2. Potential impact of responding
    3. Potential impact of not responding

Managing diversity-related interactions could sometimes seem awkward or uncomfortable to a person who has never encountered these kinds of situations before, according to Ghillyer (2018). This case study will analyze three different scenarios depicting diversity-related interactions and the various approaches a manager could take to effectively respond to the situations in each of these scenarios (Ghillyer, 2018).

We will then analyze the potential impacts of these responses in each scenario. Finally, as per Ghillyer (2018), recommendations will be made as to how a manager can respond effectively in diversity-related interactions to benefit all employees in the workplace with the most positive impact.

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