Diversity & Multiculturalism - Communicating Across Cultures, Borders - or Your Own Office!

Diversity & Multiculturalism - Communicating Across Cultures, Borders - or Your Own Office!
Date and time
All day, March 29, 2017
Description

Every organization has its own challenges in regards to managing communications and interactions with diverse groups. A first step is learning to appreciate and understand the wealth of diversity that your staff and organization interact with on a day-to-day basis. The purpose of this course is to define diversity, to gain an appreciation for the factors that create boundaries and to develop strategies for building bridges to the diversity that can create opportunities for your business or organization.

After completion of the course, participant should be able to:

Define diversity
Describe the timeline and significance of the events in the American Civil Rights movement
Interpret the difference among awareness, compliance and advocacy
Apply and synthesize the influence of the UN's Declaration of Universal Human Rights and specific legislation, case law and best practices on business practices
Describe a business' obligation to human rights
Define generational diversity and describe characteristics of the 4 working generations
Develop strategies for cultivating a culture of inclusiveness
Implement best practices for communication in a diverse workplace and global marketplace
Other custom needs developed in concert with the organization

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Admission
$209
Open to public, alumni, current students, faculty, future students, staff
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