Viewpoint Diversity is perhaps one of the least talked about, most important type of diversity that exists. It is the recognition that nobody’s world view is complete, and that no one market of identity actually defines the way we see the world around us. By striving to understand ourselves and others, our strengths and biases and our basic inherent fallibility, we can begin to have the difficult conversations that surround the topics of other important kinds of diversity, belonging, and inclusion. For this reason, a training or a talk about viewpoint diversity is a perfect starting point for people looking to begin the essential dialogue of bringing together people in corporations, communities, campuses, and classrooms.