To be successful in a multicultural workplace, we must be able to collaborate with a wide range of people. And, as our workplaces become more and more global, conflicts in approaches are more prevalent. Thus, understanding differences in styles is paramount, as is making constructive efforts to bridge significant gaps in these various styles.
The Center for Public Health Practice (CPHP) and Center for Intercultural Leadership (CIL) are excited to present "Get Global Ready: Thriving in an Intercultural Workplace," a workshop with Jason Patent, PhD, Director of CIL, and Breidi Truscott Roberts, MA, Intercultural Training Specialist for CIL. Join us to learn how to improve your ability to work effectively with clients from various nationalities as well as on teams in a multicultural workplace.
Learn more here: http://sph.berkeley.edu/professional-development/get-global-ready-workshop
- Understand the impact of culture on team interactions
- Determine one's own preferred work style and get to know others' styles
- Identify strategies for bridging and leveraging differences to create healthier organizational cultures
- Improve in switching between direct and indirect communication styles
- Develop one action item to apply at work
Workshop participants will also:
*Gain access to an online assessment called GlobeSmart (3-month access included)
*Receive a personalized profile of their preferred work style
Register here: http://tinyurl.com/GetGlobalReady