Cross Culture Diversity and Multiculture
Cross-Culture & Diversity Workplace Workshop
A society today may be considered a “Mosaic” or “Patch work” or “Melting Pot.” demographic population. With the world becoming more mobile and transplanted, many nations are experiencing diverse population with people from all parts of the world are crossing borders in search of work or a better way of living.
Diversity has taken on new importance in the workplace. In this seminar or workshop, participants will be able to examine stereotypes and use strategies for removing barriers in order to encourage your nation’s diversity in the workplace and even through their community. Moreso, will workin an interactive team to examine THEIR country or region multicultural people to present.
The Cross Culture, Diversity, and Multicultural Workshop highlights what diversity is all aboutso participants can utilizing varied background skills in the global workforce to enhance the workplace by employing skills, communication with strength, and sound reasoning. Videos of “One size does not fit all” will be shown.
Explain the definition, terms and history of diversity
Describe the meaning of stereotypes and biases, how they develop, and the reasons for your own perspectives
Describe and analyze the importance of a managerial understanding of cross culture and diversity in today’s unpredictable global marketplace.
Explain how diversity enhances the workplace.
Articulate the management challenges created by our changing cultural landscape.
List strategies for removing barriers to encouraging diversity for yourself, in the workplace, and in the social community
Use active listening skills to receive messages in a diverse population, employ effective questioning techniques, and communicate with strength
Identify ways to encourage diversity in the workplace, and prevent and discourage discrimination
Explain how the skill-set of mangers is influenced by increasingly diverse workforces, customers and clients, and surrounding communities.
Understand and respond to personal complaints, and develop a support system to manage the resolution process
List the steps a manager should take to record personal or professional complaint, analyze the situation, develop a support system to manage the process, and take appropriate resolution action